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Volcano: How to support St Vincent & the Grenadines

ONE: How to help From the St Vincent & the Grenadines High Commission in London: As you know the activities at the La Soufriere volcano in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines have become a matter of serious concern and that the Prime Minister issued an evacuation order for people living around the area of the volcano.  That order affected in

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University of the West Indies jobs in Science, computing and artificial intelligence

THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES FIVE ISLANDS CAMPUS, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA, WEST INDIES SENIOR LECTURER/ LECTURER SCHOOL FOR SCIENCE, COMPUTING AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE The University of the West Indies (UWI) is a dynamic, international institution serving the countries of the Commonwealth Caribbean. Its faculties and institutes offer a wide range of undergraduate, master’s and doctoral programmes in Humanities and

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New job opportunity with Princes Trust International

International Programmes Manager (Caribbean & Americas) Do you want to help deliver education, employment and enterprise projects to empower young people across the Caribbean? Princes Trust International is offering a new project post. Also sign up with the Caribbean Skills Bank for other opportunities in the Caribbean. Details at https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2301939341/?refId=338413211606217048521&trackingId=A4YYOfeVBFfARHLxs5TOCw%3D%3D and https://www.caribbeanskillsbank.com/post-expertise/.

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Job opportunity

The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States is seeking to contract the services of a highly experienced Tertiary Education Administrator with a proven record of transformational management of higher education institutions. The candidate should have: ⁃ at least a Masters degree in Education Management, Administration or related areas ⁃ at least 10 years experience of successful leadership of higher educational institutions

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Find jobs and opportunities in the Caribbean

Caribbean Skills Bank in association with the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States The Caribbean Skills Bank (CSB) has teamed up with the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) to link professionals registered on our database with opportunities in OECS countries. Click here to find out more and what’s available. Our volunteer options are still available at https://www.caribbeanskillsbank.com/skills-match/. Please continue

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Hurricane Season 2020

We’re scaling up to renew our registration of professionals available to support the Caribbean during Hurricane Season 2020. This support does not always mean getting on a plane because, as we’ve learnt in recent times, help can be virtual and long distance too. So, visit the Caribbean Skills Bank registration page and register the skills you have to offer for

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Caribbean and Diaspora Bulletin Board

Connectivity has never been more important than during these times of global lock down to deal with the spread of COVID-19. Caribbean Skills Bank is offering this Bulletin Board page for information for the Caribbean, its Diaspora and those displaced people who need support. If you would like to showcase your project or share your work to help support your

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How to Help Hurricane Dorian Survivors in the Bahamas

How to Help Hurricane Dorian Survivors in the Bahamas Hurricane Dorian struck the northern Bahamas as a Category 5 hurricane on Sunday and stalled over the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama Island for two days. The destructive winds, torrential rains and relentless flooding has likely destroyed more than 10,000 homes and wiped out much of the infrastructure, especially in

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Live: Tracking Hurricane Dorian

Dorian has sustained winds of 150mph and is near a Category 5. As Dorian takes aim at America’s east coast – cities across the state of Florida prepare in the face of what is expected to be a major category 4 Hurricane. Though the storm has slowed down, Dorian continues to strengthen and remains a growing threat for Georgia and

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