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Towards A New Policy To Shape The Future Of Education In The Caribbean

ST. MICHAEL (CDB) -- When the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) launches its new Education and Training Policy and Strategy later in 2016, it will have had the input of some of the Caribbean Region’s key stakeholders.

CDB Funding To Help Caribbean Music Industry Go Digital

ST. MICHAEL (CDB) -- The Board of Directors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has approved a grant to support the digitalisation of Caribbean music.

CDB Delegation Completes Official Visit To Saint Lucia

ST. MICHAEL, Barbados (CDB) -- Dr. William Warren Smith, President of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), led a CDB delegation to Saint Lucia for a meeting on Wednesday, July 13, 2016.

CDB Funds Development Programme For Male Youth In Dominica

ST. MICHAEL, Barbados (CDB) -- The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has partnered with the Caribbean Male Action Network (CariMAN) on a pilot project which will focus on sport, music and the personal developmental needs of youth in Dominica,...

Bishoo Places Urgency On India Series

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (WICB) -- Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo has placed heavy emphasis on the upcoming series against India, and says it is important he delivers during the four-Test rubber.

In Belize, Safer Water For More Secure Livelihoods

ST. MICHAEL, Barbados (CDB) -- Almost every four out of 10 families live below the poverty line in the Indian Church and San Carlos Villages of Belize.

CDB Launches Historic Bond Offering In The Swiss CHF Market

ST. MICHAEL (CDB) -- The bond offering followed meetings in Geneva and Zurich between investors and a delegation of senior CDB officials.

Creating A Safer Water Supply In Rural Guyana

ST. MICHAEL, Barbados  (CDB) -- Until May 2016, walking to a nearby well was the only way some villagers on the West Coast of Berbice in Guyana could get water.

Making School Days Count At Discovery Bay All Age School

ST. MICHAEL, Barbados (CDB) -- The Discovery Bay All Age School in St. Ann, Jamaica was built to accommodate 350 students but enrolls as many as 600 in a given academic year.

Holder Wants More ODIs For The Windies

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (WICB) -- West Indies captain Jason Holder says the regional side needs to play more One-Day International cricket if they are to make any serious strides up the international rankings.


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