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I am particularly pleased to be here today, because we are discussing a topic that directly affects my country as well.
“The vulnerable persons in our population deserve some improvements to their quality of life.”
The study also sought to interrogate the relationship between illicit drugs and armed violence to determine the extent to which illicit drugs contribute to armed violence against women.
Islands are pushing forward with efforts to preserve their natural wealth and protect their people from disasters
Over 2015 to 2017 with funding from Aus Aid and in partnership with the GEF Small Grants Programme at UNDP, the Digicel Foundation embarked on a capacity building and infrastructural upgrade programme called “Preparing You!- A Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Evacuation Pilot Project for persons with special needs” .

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