Barbados Government Industrial School
Gender Affairs Unit, Ministry of Social Development and Housing, Grenada
The Ministry through the development of policies and the delivery of a range of social welfare services aims to provide equitable and sustainable improvement in the quality of life of all citizens, in particular the needy of our society, the elderly, families, victims of abuse, children, young offenders and persons in need of immediate financial and material assistance.
Bureau of Gender Affairs, Barbados
The Ministry of Health, Barbados
The Government of Barbados remains committed to investing resources to improve the health and well being of all Barbadians. The Government of Barbados and its partners will continue to enhance the nation’s investment through wise programme and resources utilisation decisions that get the most for the funds available.
Ministry of Education, Grenada
The Ministry of Education will ensure equitable access to quality and relevant education to all citizens of Grenada regardless of sex, race, color, creed, ability or socio-economic status.
Ministry of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development
The Supreme Court of Barbados
To create an environment in which the entire population is assured that their interests are carefully considered in matters that affect them and to provide a customer service that is world class.
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Barbados
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation (METI) is primarily responsible for the formulation of educational policies, and the administration and regulation of education programmes. In 2013, the METI was also given responsibility for national policy and programme development for Science, technology, and innovation.
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