Residents of St. Kitts and Nevis are encouraged to report any known cases of child abuse whether they be physical, sexual, and emotional abuse or child neglect.
St. Kitts and Nevis is commemorating two international observances that highlight the need to protect and raise children in a safe environment.
ALL Government Early Childhood Centres in St. Christopher will close on Friday 4th December, 2020. This closure applies to ALL children and staff of the Day Care Centres.
The Foster Care Programme in St. Kitts is going to be reformed to expand its services and enhance the environment of safety and security for children under its purview.
Team Unity’s Caretaker for St. Christopher Six, Ambassador Kevin ‘Ninky’ Williams, has been applauded for promptly responding to a request made to him by the leadership of one of the schools in the constituency, the Saddlers Primary…
Sixteen students on Nevis have received school supplies donated by the Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) Women’s Arm as part of the group’s week of activities.
Hon. Troy Liburd, Junior Minister of Education in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) says all schools on Nevis reopened in September into an era of COVID-19 and from all reports it has been a successful response.
The New Horizons Juvenile Rehabilitation Centre was abuzz with excitement in late September, after learning that its residents received a 100% pass rate during the 2020 CXC/CSEC Examination sitting.
November is the month designated to celebrate the accomplishments and potential of young people in St. Kitts and
A total of 21 scholarships were presented to 10 secondary school awardees and 11 fifth form graduates under the 2020 Social Security Board Susanna Lee High School Scholarship initiative.
The Country Manager for Domino’s Pizza disclosed details of a partnership between the company and the Explorers Clubs.
The Sun Island Clothes Limited has once again shown its support for the Explorers Clubs, but this time in a massive way. The Director of Sun Island Clothes Limited, Mr. Mahesh Nariani, this week announced that club members and their parents…
During a time when citizens and residents of St. Kitts and Nevis, like millions around the world, are adversely impacted financially by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Prime Minister and Parliamentary Representative for Constituency Seven,…
High school students between the ages of 15 to 17 are being invited to participate in the CARICOM Energy Month Essay Competition which is being facilitated by the Ministry of Public Infrastructure Post And Urban Development.
Students attending Primary Schools in Constituency Number 7 will be awarded scholarships as Prime Minister Dr. Hon. Timothy Harris hosts the 17th Annual Help-A-Child Scholarship Program.