St. Kitts Yacht Club

St. Kitts Yacht Club (established in 1987) strives to encourage the sport of sailing and racing. To promote sailing in St. Kitts to reach the youth community and build a large…

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GIRLS ILLUMINATED

ABOUT: Girls Illuminated is a female empowerment project created by a Kittitian mother and daughter. The project is dedicated to hosting various empowerment programs and events annually for the empowerment…

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Slogan Competition

In January 2009, the ACF invited the general public to participate in a competition to create slogans for use in its promotion of better parenting in St Kitts and Nevis. …

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Parenting Program
Mother gets child ready for first day of school

Parenting Program

The University of the West Indies (UWI) Open Campus St Kitts & Nevis, mindful of the escalating incidence of crime and violence in the Federation, proposed to address the issue…

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Diamonds In The Rough
Mentor Antwon Cooper (left) helps student Julius Barne, 15, during a group activity in a history class.

Diamonds In The Rough

The overall aim of this program is to model a self-esteem programme that can be institutionalised and administered within the educational system in St. Kitts. The model would ensure skilled…

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Eagle Boys

The Eagle Boyz club was established in November of 2005. To date there is an enrollment of seventy-five boys ranging from the ages of 5 to 16 years old. This…

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Fusion

“Fusion” is the name of a group of musically talented young men, aged 19-25, from the Lodge and Basseterre area, organized as part of a Music Mentorship Program by the…

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Scuba Certification

This program is organised by The Rotary Club of St. Kitts to establish the training and certification of selected young men in the use of SCUBA equipment, resulting in them…

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SKN 4H Rabbit Production

St. Kitts-Nevis 4-H Club – Rabbit Production Since its humble beginnings more than 100 years ago, 4-H has grown to become the world’s largest youth development organization. The 4-H idea…

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