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Presentation on Leading Locally THE CLARENDON Local Economic story


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Damion Young, Local Economic Development Officer, Clarendon, Jamaica; Nickala Thompson, Director of Planning, Clarendon Jamaica and Councillor Garvin Hayle, Chair of Planning Committee, Clarendon, Jamaica presented on Leading Locally THE CLARENDON Local Economic story at the Second Biennial Community Development Partnership Forum & Exhibition (CDPF-II) under the theme, Community Based Entrepreneurship and Innovation: A Strategy for Small Island Developing States. The conference, hosted by the Ministry of Community Development, of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, brought together over 250 participants including regional ministers, community practitioners, donor agencies and government officials.




Presentation on Growing community agriculture through farmers Association


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Roger Rogers, National CARILED Coordinator, Guyana presented on


Growing community agriculture through farmers Association at the Second Biennial Community Development Partnership Forum & Exhibition (CDPF-II) under the theme, Community Based Entrepreneurship and Innovation: A Strategy for Small Island Developing States. The conference, hosted by the Ministry of Community Development, of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, brought together over 250 participants including regional ministers, community practitioners, donor agencies and government officials.




Presentation on Transforming Handicraft into Community Enterprise


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Presentation on Transforming Handicraft into Community Enterprise: A Case of Dreams in Our Hands


Kelsie Gentle, Local Economic Development Officer, San Ignacio-Santa Elena, Belize and Raymond Tsul,

Assistant Manager, San Ignacio-Santa Elena LED-PAC Member, San Ignacio-Santa Elena, Belize presented on Transforming Handicraft into Community Enterprise: A Case of Dreams in Our Hands at the Second Biennial Community Development Partnership Forum & Exhibition (CDPF-II)

under the theme, Community Based Entrepreneurship and Innovation: A Strategy for Small Island Developing States. The conference, hosted by the Ministry of Community Development,

of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, brought together over 250 participants including regional ministers, community practitioners, donor agencies and government officials.




Public, Private and Community Partnership Arrangements: The Gros Islet, Saint Lucia approach, Allison King


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Alison King, Mayor, Gros Islet, St. Lucia and Felix Finisterre, CARILED OECS Sub-Regional Coordinator (COSC) presented on Public, Private and Community Partnership Arrangements: Examination of the Gros Islet, St. Lucia Approach at the Second Biennial Community Development Partnership Forum & Exhibition (CDPF-II) under the theme, Community Based Entrepreneurship and Innovation: A Strategy for Small Island Developing States. The conference, hosted by the Ministry of Community Development, of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, brought together over 250 participants including regional ministers, community practitioners, donor agencies and government officials.




Economic Development- The Clarendon Experience, Jamaica Young &Thompson


In This Publication:

Damion Young, Local Economic Development Officer, Clarendon, Jamaica; Nickala Thompson, Director of Planning, Clarendon Jamaica and Councillor Garvin Hayle, Chair of Planning Committee, Clarendon, Jamaica presented on Leading Locally THE CLARENDON Local Economic story at the Second Biennial Community Development Partnership Forum & Exhibition (CDPF-II) under the theme, ìCommunity Based Entrepreneurship and Innovation: A Strategy for Small Island Developing States. The conference, hosted by the Ministry of Community Development, of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, brought together over 250 participants including regional ministers, community practitioners, donor agencies and government officials.




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