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A student proudly displays some images created in collaboration with artist Annalee Davis to be incorporated within the murals.
Two members of the family of the newly launched Barbados Entrepreneurs' Venture Capital (BEVC) Fund are aiming to harness the creative expression of primary school students and to beautify their community.

The Workman's Primary School project is a beautification programme which will improve the physical environment of the St. George-based rural primary school. The project is not only concerned with beautifying the physical structures of the school but promises to inspire students, parents and teachers as well as unite the community.

By Charmaine Joseph

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Kamal Wood
From my first Caribbean Media Exchange on Sustainable Tourism (CMEx) almost four years ago I felt a strong emphasis on youth involvement in every aspect of the conference.

Through the years, the conference has seen many ambitious and brilliant young people join in the dialogue to create a better region through Tourism. Some of these young people returned and remain involved, others have gone on to succeed in their personal and academic lives while remaining part of the CMEx family.

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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Hon. Dr. Kenneth Baugh
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Hon. Dr. Kenneth Baugh has announced the appointments of a new Ambassador to the United States of America, and High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
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BBEC Project Manager, Dr. Basil Springer helped keep the sessions informative and interactive.
On February 19 and 20 at the Barbados Yacht Club, the Barbados Entrepreneurs' Venture Capital Fund held its first Shepherding Training Programme designed to nurture a new crop of potential "shepherds," business mentors to tend a flock of local entrepreneurs. The course gave them a comprehensive introduction to the CBET Shepherding Modelâ„¢ - intended to pull the wool off entrepreneurs' eyes.
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