BWA Acquires US$3.5 Million In Funding

BWA Acquires US$3.5 Million In Funding

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) has successfully acquired US$3.5 million in grant funding from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It was sourced from that nation’s US$50 million Caribbean Renewable Energy Fund, which was launched at the International Renewable Energy...
Modernising Agriculture In Barbados

Modernising Agriculture In Barbados

Barbados is moving to develop policies and legislation to assist in creating a modern agricultural platform, which could include aquaponics, hydroponics and greenhouses. To facilitate these developments, Minister of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and Water Resource...
Public Servants Lauded For Their Commitment

Public Servants Lauded For Their Commitment

This country’s public servants came in for high praise for their commitment from Minister of Agriculture, Dr. David Estwick, when his Ministry took time to celebrate the outstanding work of 27 persons who retired during 2016, and five colleagues who died. During the...
Stop Relying On Costly Imports Says Estwick

Stop Relying On Costly Imports Says Estwick

Minister of Agriculture, Dr. David Estwick, has warned that if Barbados does not place more emphasis on producing its own food, it will be forced to rely on costly imports, therefore putting its own food security and labour force at risk. He made these comments over...
Dr. Estwick: Agriculture Must Grow Despite WTO

Dr. Estwick: Agriculture Must Grow Despite WTO

Minister of Agriculture, Dr. David Estwick, is of the view that there should be room for Barbados’ agricultural production to develop despite World Trade Organization (WTO) regulations. He stated this position while delivering the feature address over the weekend at a...

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