Jamaica will host the second Global Tourism Resilience Conference to address the matters related to building resilience in tourism.
The Caribbean Development Bank (CBD) has collaborated with the InterAmerican Bank (IDB) to address gaps in the country’s healthcare service capacity.
The United States (US) Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago will address the root causes of increasing crime in T&T and help the country combat crime, human and narco-trafficking.
PM Mitchell shared his thoughts on what Grenada’s nutmeg industry can achieve and how it will support the development of the nation on Monday.
Saint Lucia is looking to boost the nation’s youth economy and entrepreneurial landscape as the YEA successfully secured a $20 million investment from the CDB for key initiatives.
Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew, shed light on the economic condition of the country along with the hardships faced during the time of COVID and the upcoming projects which will play a pivotal role in boosting the economic sector of the nation.
Guyanese government is focusing on increasing the production of brown sugar to 100,000 tonnes annually by building a sugar refinery at the Enmore Estate in East Coast Demerara.
Some areas experience flood-like situations in Jamaica. The regions, including Downtown, Montego Bay and St James, are flooded due to rising strong sea tides and heavy winds.
The Government of Dominica received a quantity of agricultural equipment and materials from the People’s Republic of China on Monday, which are valued at EC$750,000.
The ‘Connect Caribe' Ferry alliance announced that the venture will transport heavy and light cargo and agricultural produce in the Eastern Caribbean.