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Antigua open for business after Irma

Antigua is back to offering world-class excursions and adventures. Tour operators, restaurants and bars have re-opened following Hurricane Irma including popular beach establishments such...

Agriculture stakeholders discuss regional food safety

In an effort to enhance the quality of agricultural produce in the region, food safety stakeholders convened in Barbados from April 25-26, 2017 to...

OECS Launches OECS YES Youth Initiative

The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States has officially launched an OECS Youth Strategy under the brand OECS YES. This strategy was developed based on the...

Statement by the OECS Director General on the Passing of Fidel...

The OECS has conveyed it condolences to the people of Cuba following the passing of Fidel Castro. OECS Director General, His Excellency Dr. Didacus Jules...

Hurricane Irma: Statement by the Hon Gaston Browne

Hurricane Irma: Statement by the Hon Gaston Browne. Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda. Preliminary remarks on the passage of Hurricane Irma Wednesday, September 6, 2017...

Hurricane Irma Situation Report #7

Report from the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) as of 9PM AST on 14h September 2017 Friday, September 15, 2017 — SYNOPSIS OF HURRICANE IRMA: Irma,...

TEPA and OECS launch specialty Caribbean Expo 2017

The St. Lucia Trade Export Promotion Agency (TEPA) and the OECS Commission, along with strategic partners, launched “Specialty Caribbean Expo 2017”at the home venue...

Getting “Smart” on Juvenile Justice

An effective Juvenile Justice System requires ongoing training of the professionals in the system – a view supported by the Committee on the Rights of the Child and...

Updates from the BVI Department of Disaster Management

The Department of Disaster Management in the British Virgin Islands has released the following emergency updates for citizens and visitors of the Territory: Entry...

New Zealand pledges aid to Caribbean Countries

New Zealand pledges aid to Caribbean Countries impacted by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The Government of New Zealand has announced that it is contributing NZ$250,000...
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