Hon. Konris Maynard Attends Carribbean Water and Wastewater Association Conference

Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis, October 19, 2022: Minister of Public Infrastructure and Utilities,  Transport, Information Communication Technology, and Post, Hon. Konris Maynard, and Mr.  Cromwell Williams, the Water Manager and Engineer of the St. Kitts Water Services Department are currently representing St. Kitts in the Bahamas for the Caribbean Water and Wastewater  Association (CWWA) 31st Annual Conference and Exhibition. Ms. Santonnya Mills, Manager at the  Nevis Water Department and Mr. Clyde Maynard, Technical Officer at the Nevis Water Department are representing the Nevis Island Administration (NIA). 

The Hon. Konris Maynard indicated that the attendance for this meeting is a steppingstone “as we  deal with the challenges facing us with our water supply and as I prepare to give an update on the  way forward to restore 24-hour supply of Water”.  

The honourable minister added “I will also be participating in the Ministerial High-Level Forum (HLF)  which is the only meeting of Caribbean Water Ministers. At this HLF, Ministers have an opportunity  to share experiences and ideas for addressing water issues affecting the region and individual  countries in pursuit of the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). My participation in this  conference is funded by the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB).” 

At this conference, the St. Kitts and Nevis representatives will be afforded the opportunity to  interact with and engage leading industry experts and professionals such as engineers, contractors,  policy makers, and regional and international financial institutions, and share experience and ideals  in addressing water issues affecting their individual countries and the region on a whole. 

The High-Level Forum (HLF) is an unmatched regional event, being the only meeting of Caribbean  Water Ministers to date. 

The HLF is a joint initiative of the Caribbean Water and Wastewater Association (CWWA) and its  partner, the Global Water Partnership-Caribbean (GWP-C) which began in 2005 as a session within  the CWWA’s Annual Conference and Exhibition. 

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