The fourth issue of ApaNa magazine focuses on protecting the environment with climate change mitigation initiatives, supporting causes for better health and philanthropy that has impacted the lives of Caribbean people
In so many ways, 2020 was a seismic year for sustainability and social impact. From a global pandemic to raging wildfires and the changing face of both work and wellbeing, the last 12 months will have...
We value innovation and diversity—including in money. On the same day, we might pay by swiping a card, waving a phone, or clicking a mouse. Or we might hand over notes and coins, though in many countries increasingly less often.
Humans are making Earth a broken and increasingly unlivable planet through climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution. So the world must make dramatic changes to society, economics, and daily life, a new United Nations report says....
The World Bank is working with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on ways to factor climate change into the negotiations about reducing the debt burdens of some poor countries, World Bank President David Malpass told Reuters in a Friday interview....
More than 25 small and medium-sized enterprises in Sierra Leone took part in an intensive 3-day business boot camp in January, aimed at strengthening the capacity of cocoa...
Low-income countries are thus relying on the global effort to secure vaccines: COVAX (formally known as the COVID-19 Vaccines Global Access Facility), which is led by the World Health Organisation (WHO)...
Investing in Zero Waste programmes and policies can create a good number of green jobs, in addition to the known benefits of reducing pollution and improving community health in...
The survey aims to assess the beliefs and opinions of Caribbean residents, about COVID-19 vaccines and the potential barriers to acceptance of these vaccines. This information will help to inform regional public education vaccine campaigns to address concerns, build trust and understanding, and engage and empower the public.
CARICOM Chairman, Dr. the Hon. Keith Rowley, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, shares media briefing with WHO Director General, Tedros Ghebreyesus,18 February 2021, on vaccine equity
The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) is an international organization dedicated to economic harmonisation and integration, protection of human and legal rights, and the encouragement of good governance among independent and non-independent countries in the Eastern Caribbean.
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Workshop: OECS High Level WTO Fisheries Workshop
24 - 25 February, 2021
Organisation: Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS)
With the support of the Pew Charitable Trusts (Pew) and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD),the OECS Commission will be convening a High-Level Workshop on the ongoing World Trade Organization (WTO) Fisheries Subsidies Negotiations on 24-25 February 2021. This Workshop is being targeted at Senior Trade, Foreign Affairs, Fisheries, Maritime Affairs and other relevant officials in Member States...
Virtual Event: Celebrating International Decade for Peoples of African Descent
8 March, 1pm - 5pm; 9 March, 6pm - 8.30pm (EST)
Organisation: Aspire Artemis Foundation, New York
Aspire Artemis Foundation in collaboration is celebrating International Women's Day with a virtual event to celebrate the International Decade for Peoples of African Descent under the theme: a) Celebrating Impact and Change through Storytelling & the Application of Equalizing Technology b) Remote Learning and Community Storytelling for Underrepresented and Disadvantaged Groups.
Regional Dialogue: Delivering Caribbean Climate Ambitions - Climate Finance, Civil Society and Partnerships
16 -18 March, 2021, 10am - 1pm (AST)
Organisation: CANARI, Trinidad & Tobago
The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) is pleased to invite you to upcoming event, “Regional Dialogue: Delivering Caribbean Climate Ambitions - Climate Finance, Civil Society and Partnerships”.
This regional virtual dialogue takes place from March 16-18 under the Regional Green Climate Fund (GCF) Readiness Project: Enhancing Caribbean Civil Society’s Access and Readiness for Climate Finance.
One Caribbean, One Sea
Ocean Heroes Network: One Caribbean, One Sea
A discussion with Leesa Carter-Jones, President, Captain Planet Foundation and Cayman Youth to discuss the recent Caribbean Ocean Heroes Bootcamp.
A Caribbean Company's Cause Campaign - 12 year on
A look at a successful breast cancer campaign in the Caribbean, by Massy Stores St.Lucia (formerly Consolidated Foods Ltd)
Nature Fun Ranch - The Passion and Purpose of Corey Lane
A look at a successful breast cancer campaign in the Caribbean, by Massy Stores St.Lucia (formerly Consolidated Foods Ltd) An interview with Corey Lane, founder of Nature Fun Ranch, who has dedicated more than 30 years to helping at-risk youth
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Congratulations, again, on this fantastic initiative by ApaNa Magazine to feature non-profit and charitable organisations across the Caribbean as a way to help increase their visibility and, in turn, hopefully contribute to their long-term sustainability. 😊
Thanks so much for all of your hard work. I bought a copy this morning-- and then spread the word to the students. Thanks so much for including these great stories
The magazine is simply wonderful. You did a great job. 👏👏👏
Thank you so much for the coverage.
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