“We’re going to be introducing the piano and the violin for the first time at the workshop, and this of course will be a very exciting aspect. I am calling on all parents and guardians to get your children registered,” he shared with this reporter.
The Evangelistic Faith Church St Kitts Incorporation Bill, 2022, was passed on Friday, (November 04, 2022) with support from both sides of the aisle. Once gazetted, the Evangelistic Faith Church in Sandy Point will have the power to own land and otherwise have legal standing.
A delegation of five has left the Federation to attend the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. The delegation departed the RLB International Airport on Wednesday 2nd November for the two-week, high-level Conference that begins on November 6 and ends on November 18. This is the largest delegation to ever attend a UN Climate Change Conference. Wednesday’s delegation included from the Department of Environment, Cheryl Jeffers, a Conservation Officer; Derionne Edmeade, Environmental Education Officer and Nydia Taylor, Finance Officer; From Nevis, Sybastian Manners, a Physical Planning Officer and Cordiesere Walters, Youth Development Officer. The world’s largest stage for climate change will welcome discussions from world leaders and government officials tackling some of the heaviest issues surrounding climate. The summit will focus on three main areas: reducing emissions, helping countries to prepare for and deal with climate change and to secure technical support and funding for developing countries. During last year’s COP26, several discussions were not finalized. The intention is to continue the dialogue on areas including Loss and damage finance, which is the money to help countries recover from the effects of climate change; Then there is the establishment of a global carbon market, which entails pricing the effects of emissions into products and services globally and finally, to strengthen the commitments to reduce coal use. In preparation for this year’s global summit, the Government of St Kitts and Nevis has been vigorously positioning itself along with its regional counterparts to provide a unified front at COP27. Minister of Climate Action and Environment, Hon. Dr. Joyelle Clarke has taken the lead in several high-level discussions including virtual dialogues with other CARICOM Ministers of Environment and another virtual dialogue on the topic of Climate Justice.
The Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park Society is a voluntary organization that manages the Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park on behalf of the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis.
"So, the same way if…your pressure is up, you go to the doctor and look for some pointers, counselling can be a good way for you..."
“…to the members of this honourable house as well as the citizens of our beloved Federation, please be assured, I intend to be... impartial...."
The CARICOM AgReady project has completed key deliverables at the national and regional levels and hosted a regional workshop targeted at policy/decision makers from each participating country. This two-day workshop covered key findings from each study, the implications of the results for the regions, the importance of activities and tools the project has helped to develop or apply, and how those tools can help to support decision-making.
Minister Douglas said that the successful passage of the Bill will create opportunities for job creation.
This was highlighted in the Throne Speech delivered by the Governor-General's Deputy Her Excellency Marcella A. Liburd, JP during the opening of the new session of the National Assembly of St. Kitts and Nevis since the August 5th General Elections. The new session was held at the St. Kitts Marriott Resort Royal Ballroom on Tuesday, October 25, 2022.
Sessions throughout the day were designed to re-educate the employees about their responsibilities, privileges and roles as civil servants. Additionally, more intrapersonal skills were explored through sessions on effective teamwork and networking.