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Friday, October 28, 2022


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In the crop farmers division, Denise Gillard was named Farmer of the Year. This year’s event saw the inclusion of a new award, Recognition for Women in Agriculture. This inaugural award was captured by Capisterre Women for Development.
Project Empowering Women Living with Non-Communicable Diseases will be executed by Lake Health and Wellbeing and its Programme Director Abi Begho. The project delivers training and capacity building for women empowering them in various areas including financial responsibility and managing their illness while living well.
The Rotary Club of Liamuiga held its Annual Spelling Bee on Thursday, October 20 at the Antioch Baptist Church. Eighteen Primary Schools in St. Kitts participated in the competition.
The winner of the competition was Amaziah Barry of the Tucker-Clarke Primary. Kayla Da-Silva of the Beach Allen Primary School placed second and the third place position was shared between Devarie Boyles of the St. Paul’s Primary School and Riniel Isaac of the Deane Glasford Primary School.
Saint Kitts and Nevis abides by the rule of law and shares rich cooperation built on shared values, multilateral and security collaborations, and strong people-to-people ties, including through tourism. The SKN Consulate will post all details of this contest on its website and all other relevant Government social media channels.
October is recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Each year we use this opportunity to remind ourselves of the importance of breast health. This annual month-long campaign seeks to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer not only on survivors but on their loved ones as well.
Presentations were made on the project’s background, its stages on financing, and the critical steps required to advance the Federation’s strategic energy goals. The journey begins with the support of a grant to the Nevis Island Administration through the CDB.
Junior Minister responsible for Youth Development, the Honourable Isalean Phillip, congratulated the duo on their appointment. She said that the staff at the Department of Youth Empowerment are extremely excited to work with the team and looks forward to hearing their ideas.
Prime Minister Dr. Drew, who made his inaugural address to the august body on October 19, said that a number of critical issues to be discussed include the Portability of Social Security Benefits; Contingent Rights Policy Implementation; Capacity Building for officials, and the finalization of an OECS Unique Identification Card.
Executive Director of the CWWA, Wayne Williams, said his organization believes that Dr. Clarke is the perfect fit to address the Youth at this year’s Conference and Exhibition as he believes she will ignite enthusiasm within the future generation.