Dr Karine Clay is in Trinidad and Tobago for a two (2) day workshop titled No Child Left Behind. During the seminar, she will interact with local educators and others. This comes after a report from the JSC on education and the results that 10% of our school population is facing ' mental illness ' it is incumbent on us to train our teachers.
Daren Campbell of Divine Encounter Restoration Ministry speaks with us about the youth ministry at his church and spreading positivity through song.
AMCHAM T&T’s Annual HSSE Conference & Exhibition is the region’s premier HSSE Conference and Exhibition and is the largest gathering of professionals in the fields of Occupational Health & Safety, Security, Environmental Management and Disaster Preparedness. We spoke to Melissa Pierre and Obika Gellineau about the conference.
CEO of the T&T Chamber of Industry & Commerce, Gabriel Faria, speaks with us about Champions of Business Awards. The Awards are entering into their 13th year of existence and are regarded as the premier business award ceremony in Trinidad and Tobago. It celebrates outstanding business performance and excellence among established and emerging entrepreneurs.
The third meeting of Caribbean States and European Union (CARIFORUM-EU) Consultative Committee of the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) will take place on November 6-7 at the Trinidad Hilton and Conference Centre. Arend Biesebroek, Head of the EU Delegation to Trinidad and Tobago will bring remarks at the event, we spoke to Gordon Bispham, Executive Director of the Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC) about the event and some of the work his organisation does in the region.
The Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society is hosting its annual health fair and family on Sunday, November 5th, 2017. We spoke to them to get some insight on what we should expect. They also talked about their fundraising raffle, which features 25 prize categories and includes a trip for two to any US destination or Mexico courtesy American Airlines.
Professor Pathmanathan Umaharan, Head of the Cocoa Research Centre at the University of the West Indies, give us some insight into the local cocoa industry. Professor Umaharan and the unit recently hosted a two day expo to celebrate the 6th celebration of World Cocoa and Chocolate Day.
The Founder of the International Women's Resource Network, Sandrine Rattan, speaks with us about some of their work including their new initiative theme “Parenting under 25”.
Alrene Graham of the Caribbean Return Nationals Foundation speaks with us about some of the NGOs work. The organisations goal is to help nationals, who have spent time aboard, reintegrate into their various countries and contribute to economic growth and social sector.