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A Workshop for Community Leaders which has been organized by the Ministry of National Mobilization in collaboration with the Community Disaster Risk Reduction Fund, is continuing today. It focuses on a range of topics including: the Core Functions of Community Based Organizations and one of it’s main focus is to improve Inclusive Disaster Risk Management… Continue Reading →


The MV Logos Hope will be returning to St. Vincent and the Grenadines from December 14th to the 28th. This was revealed by Minister of National Mobilization, Frederick Stephenson during a Symposium which was hosted earlier this week at the Methodist Church Hall to coincide with International Men’s Day. MV Logos Hope is a ship… Continue Reading →


International Men’s Day is being observed today under the theme “Making a Difference for Men and Boys“. And, to commemorate the day, the Gender Affairs Division within the Ministry of National Mobilization, will be hosting a Men’s Symposium at the Methodist Church Hal. The Symposium will focus on the theme “Men and Masculinity Shattering the Social Expectations… Continue Reading →


Ninety two students graduated today after successfully completing the Youth Employability Skills Training program. The program was hosted by the Division of Technical and Vocational Education in collaboration with the Mustique Charitable Foundation. Speaking at the graduation ceremony this morning, Dean at the Division of Technical and Vocational Education, Osborne Bowens said the project provided… Continue Reading →


A National Consultation will be held tomorrow to discuss the National Child Justice Policy here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The purpose of the initiative is to strengthen national child protection frameworks as it relates to children in conflict with the law. It also seeks to ensure proper inter-sectoral coordination and cooperation with Non-Governmental… Continue Reading →


Minister of National Mobilization, Frederick Stephenson is encouraging nationals to participate in the Participatory Poverty Assessment (PPA), which was launched on Monday. The Participatory Poverty Assessment, PPA, is part of the Country Poverty Assessment (CPA), which is being funded by the The Minister said the PPA will help to provide the necessary information on the… Continue Reading →