PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — Reluctance to fully implement the health and family life education (HFLE) programmes in Caribbean schools have been identified as major factors contributing to the high prevalence of adolescent pregnancy in the Caribbean, according to a United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) report.& ...more »
On page 83 of the Contractor General's report on the Spalding shops fiasco, under the heading, Steps Taken to Regularise the Shops at the Spalding Market, the following is stated:
'During the course of the investigation, it was observed that it was only in 2013 February that the Clarendon Parish Council began the process of seeking to rectify the issue regarding the 10 illegally constructed wooden shops.
'The CG acknowledges and endorses that steps needed to be taken by the parish council to remedy the situation at the Spalding Market. However,..........
(L-R) SIMPSON MILLER… has conveniently developed laryngitis on the Azan issue. AZAN… will follow Portia till he dies
(L-R) DAVIES… should be handling the logistics
hub. HYLTON… has obviously been removed from
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