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Twenty-seven Complete UWI Post-Disaster  Community-Based Psychosocial Training

Twenty-seven Complete UWI Post-Disaster Community-Based Psychosocial Training Updated

🕔11:24, 27.Nov 2017

      Twenty-seven of Anguilla’s Social Services providers, First Responders and other providers of psychosocial support have completed a three-day certified training workshop in Post-Disaster Community-Based Psychosocial support. The training was conducted by Mrs. Arna Elliott-Rattray, Ms. Feona Charles

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H.O.P.E. Centre Makes Annual Contribution to Morris Vanterpool Primary School and James Ronald Webster Preschool in East End

H.O.P.E. Centre Makes Annual Contribution to Morris Vanterpool Primary School and James Ronald Webster Preschool in East End Updated

🕔10:43, 27.Nov 2017

      The H.O.P.E. Centre Ltd. once again delivered on its annual contribution of school books and school supplies to the Morris Vanterpool Primary School. On Monday, 20th November 2017 the Centre Manager, Ms. Josette Duncan, and Founder and

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RESUMPTION OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS ARTS AFTER  SCHOOL PROGRAMME

RESUMPTION OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS ARTS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMME Updated

🕔09:22, 20.Nov 2017

      The Valley, Anguilla – 14 November 2017 – YOUth Create, the primary schools after school arts programme being offered by the Department of Youth and Culture has resumed, following the disruption caused by the passage of Hurricane

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ST. MARY’S PRESCHOOL’S PRINCIPAL HANDS OVER TO NEW HEAD

ST. MARY’S PRESCHOOL’S PRINCIPAL HANDS OVER TO NEW HEAD Updated

🕔12:09, 13.Nov 2017

      After a long association with the St. Mary’s Anglican Preschool, Mrs. Hazel Brooks is relinquishing her duties as Principal there – and is handing over to her deputy, Ms. Keturah Richardson. She is currently on pre-retirement leave

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SOCIAL SECURITY LAUNCHES JAMES RONALD WEBSTER SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

SOCIAL SECURITY LAUNCHES JAMES RONALD WEBSTER SCHOLARSHIP GRANT Updated

🕔11:41, 13.Nov 2017

      On the morning of Friday, November 3rd, in an atmosphere of grateful anticipation and goodwill at Social Security’s conference room, Mr. Timothy Hodge, Director of Social Security, presented a check of EC$3,500 to Ms. Camarlla Blake, business

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UNICEF HOLDS EARLY CHILDHOOD WORKSHOP IN ANGUILLA

UNICEF HOLDS EARLY CHILDHOOD WORKSHOP IN ANGUILLA Updated

🕔10:23, 13.Nov 2017

      Just fresh from assisting the schools in Anguilla, as part of the recovery response to Hurricane Irma, UNICEF began a one-week training workshop at the Anguilla Community College on Monday, November 6. The UNICEF facilitator, Ms. Denise

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ANGUILLA EDUCATION DEPARTMENT RECEIVES EC$135,000 FROM CIBC FIRSTCARIBBEAN TO ASSIST WITH POST HURRICANE IRMA RECOVERY

ANGUILLA EDUCATION DEPARTMENT RECEIVES EC$135,000 FROM CIBC FIRSTCARIBBEAN TO ASSIST WITH POST HURRICANE IRMA RECOVERY Updated

🕔11:35, 6.Nov 2017

    The passage of Hurricane Irma on September 6 2017 has left the education sector in Anguilla severely impacted with several of the primary schools loosing roofs and equipment and being declared not safe and unfit for use. Hurricane

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SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMMES RECEIVE SUPPLIES FROM BLANCHARDS’ RESTAURANT

SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMMES RECEIVE SUPPLIES FROM BLANCHARDS’ RESTAURANT Updated

🕔11:17, 6.Nov 2017

    Special Education classrooms both at primary and secondary schools on Anguilla were the recipients of much needed resources secured by Bob and Melinda Blanchard of Blanchard’s Restaurant in West End this past week. The supplies came as a

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DR. MAGLAN A. LEWIS, DBA

DR. MAGLAN A. LEWIS, DBA Updated

🕔10:57, 6.Nov 2017

    The family of Maglan Alethia Lewis proudly salute and congratulate her on the attainment of the award of Doctor of Business Administration from the University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus, Barbados. Dr Lewis’ thesis examined the

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ACTI Members Focus on Rebuilding after Hurricane Damage

ACTI Members Focus on Rebuilding after Hurricane Damage Updated

🕔10:57, 6.Nov 2017

    Several members of the Association of Caribbean Tertiary Institutions (ACTI) are in the rebuilding and recovery mode after suffering major damage to their infrastructure during hurricanes Irma and Maria, two of the strongest storms to hit the region

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