Tag Archives: Raymond Ryan

WFD EXHIBITION

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Raymond Ryan, said the Ministry of Agriculture is committed to the global thrust to eliminate hunger and poverty at the global level. He was speaking at this morning’s the World Food Day Exhibition being held at Heritage Square under the theme “Our Actions Are Our Future – a… Continue Reading →

AGRICULTURE DISCUSSION

Stakeholders from several sectors have gathered here today, for the first Round Table Discussion on the OECS Agriculture Competitiveness Project. Today’s event is being hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture, with the aim of enhancing access to markets and sales for competitively-selected Farmers and Fishers, as well as their allied aggregators and agro-processors. Today’s Discussion… Continue Reading →

World Food Day activities launched for SVG

The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries and Rural Development, in collaboration with the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), launched the local World Food Day activities, under the theme “Change the Future of Migration; Invest in Food Security and Rural Development”. Raymond Ryan, Permanent Secretary within the Ministry, said the theme for this year’s event, is… Continue Reading →

Arrowroot Revival

The redevelopment of the arrowroot industry in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, is the main highlight of discussions taking place today, at a one-day workshop. Stakeholders at today’s forum are carrying out an assessment of the Arrowroot Industry, in relation to Market, Technology; Food Safety and Quality Compliance. The local participants are joined by Consultants… Continue Reading →

Raymond Ryan On Eliminating Hunger And Malnutrition In SVG

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Transformation, Industry and Fisheries, Raymond Ryan said the fishing industry continues to play an integral role in ensuing national food security. He made this statement during yesterday’s launch of the 2015 edition of the Fisherman’s month of activities under the theme “Forty Years of Harvest, accept no… Continue Reading →