Leaders of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) have been reminded that they must approach their negotiations in international fora as a group and not necessarily as separate entities such as the Caribbean, AIMS or Pacific SIDS.
The long-standing relationship between Barbados and Guyana was further strengthened with the presentation of scholarships to four Barbadians to pursue studies in agriculture.
Government has this year carried out repairs at a cost of $750, 000 to 14 primary and nursery schools under its Domestic Summer Repair Programme.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean, has underscored the importance of agriculture in the region???s fight against chronic non communicable diseases.
Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business, Donville Inniss has reiterated his support for meaningful, relevant and appropriate strategic investments such as The Dome Mall…
Consul General of Guyana to Barbados, Michael Brotherson, has lauded the award of four scholarships to Barbadians to study at the Guyana School of Agriculture, describing it as a symbol of deeper regional integration.
Barbadians will get the opportunity to be ???wholesale vendors??? of the island???s billion dollar tourism industry, when the Barbados National Host Tourism Programme (BNTP) is rolled out.
Minister of Health John Boyce has disclosed that chronic diseases now account for 80 per cent of total deaths in Barbados. Additionally, one-quarter of adult Barbadians have…
Sustainable Economic Development; Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management will be among key areas on the agenda at the upcoming United Nations Third Global Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS) in Apia, Samoa, from Monday, September 1 to Thursday, September 4.
Despite the current economic climate, the National Assistance Board (NAB) has been able to realise some of its goals to assist elderly persons in Barbados.