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St Lucia gets 1,000 boxes of charity goods from SimplyHelp foundation

Taiwan (Republic of China) Ambassador Peter Chen is glad to handover about 1,000 boxes of charity goods to the people of St. Lucia on behalf of Simply Help, a charity foundation established by Taiwanese-American businesswomen and businessmen under the presidency of Ms. Tina Bow, a Taiwanese-American female entrepreneur.

COVID-19 Vaccine continues strong focus on elderly: PM Browne

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and The Environment take note of the strong turnout of senior citizens at the vaccination centers. On March 10th, 2021, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-eight (1,898) Covid-19 vaccines were administered, bringing the number of individuals vaccinated to Seventeen Thousand Nine Hundred and seventy-three (17,973).

US top commander warns ,China may attack on Taiwan

A top US commander said on Tuesday that China could attack Taiwan in six years as Beijing wants to replace US military power in Asia. Admiral Philip Davidson, commander of the American Indo-Pacific Command, said before the Armed Services Committee of the House of Representatives that democratic and self-governing Taiwan is constantly living under the shadow of China's attack, where leaders consider Taiwan a part of their country and one day Talk of bringing him back.

Belize: Minister of Local Govt. meets with newly elected Punta Gorda Town Council

On Tuesday, March 9, 2021, Oscar Requena, Minister of Rural Transformation, Community Development, Labour & Local Government, along with Mr. Valentino Shal, Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry, held a meeting with the newly elected Punta Gorda Town Council. The purpose of the meeting was for the Ministry and the Council to identify potential areas of collaboration in order to improve the delivery of services to Punta Gorda residents.

Jamaica to invest six percent of GDP in education

For the upcoming fiscal year, Jamaica will invest $114 billion or approximately six percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in education.

UNC leader Kamla Prasad calls on PM Rowley to quit propaganda

United National Congress (UNC) leader & Member of Parliament  Kamla Persad Bissessar made the statement on the Anti-Gang bill & questioned against current Rowley's lead Trinidad and Tobago government. 

Bahamas gets 20,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines from India

The consignment of 20,000 doses of 'Made in India' AstraZeneca vaccines arrived at the Lynden Pindling International Airport of Bahamas on Wednesday, 10 March 2021, in United Airlines. 

Belize: Ministry of Agriculture hosts panel discussion to commemorate International Women’s Day

On March 9, 2021, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Enterprise of Belize hosted a live stream panel discussion under the theme “Women in Agriculture: Overcoming Our Challenges, Inspiring Change.”

Women are making their mark by contributing significantly to society: Mark Brantley

Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley, Senior Minister of Gender Affairs in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA), in praising the invaluable contribution women make to society, said women should be celebrated every day.

Jamaica begins COVID-19 vaccination drive

Jamaica is launching its mass COVID-19 vaccinations Wednesday, with healthcare workers being the first of more than 3,280 people to get their shots. 

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