Government Of St.Kitts And Nevis Shows Care For Its Students Studying In Cuba With Donation

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A 20-foot container filled with personal items including food and water is on its way to the Republic of Cuba to benefit St. Kitts and Nevis’ students studying in the Spanish-speaking country.

This initiative was made possible by the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis in collaboration with the Solid Waste Management Corporation (SWMC), the CARE Foundation, and other stakeholders within the private sector, as well as parents of the students. 

Prime Minister, the Honourable Dr. Terrance Drew, said that the government is pleased to assist as the efforts will enhance the students’ stay in Cuba.

“We know that there have been some challenges for our students in Cuba, therefore, we have decided to step up as a government to make sure that our students are as comfortable as possible,” said Prime Minister Dr. Drew during a brief ceremony at NEMA on August 15, 2023. “The Cuban Government is indeed doing its utmost best to make our students comfortable and have a good stay in Cuba and so we are doing our part as well… and have committed to make sure that we fulfill this.”


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