p.c.w news

PCW with the support of C-ARK embark on Holetown-Weston Community Adaptation Plan

Civil society must be strengthened as a critical part of governance.

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Environmental Realities in Barbadian Paradise

During the hurricane season, Barbados is at the most vulnerable point of environmental disaster.

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Camp Fusion 2015: Finding Nemo – Glass Bottom Boat Ride

Camp Fusion continued the educational, environmental workshop Finding Nemo

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Camp Fusion Starting 6th July!

PCW & RBPF Band teams up to deliver a one of kind summer development program

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40 Secondary Students Gain Crucial Life & Employability Skills

Students from seven (7) secondary schools – Frederick Smith Secondary School, Princess Margaret Secondary School, Queen’s College, Lester Vaughan Secondary School, St Michael’s School, Parkinson Memorial Secondary School, and Springer Memorial School – the opportunity to participate in the PCW – Career and Life Management (CALM) Program.

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York University students get local experience with Pinelands Creative Workshop

York University interns are getting a Barbados “grassroots” experience through a three-month attachment with the Pinelands Creative Workshop

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Pinelands Creative Workshop has a brighter mirror image

Although we may still have issues, people don’t look at the Pine in the same way.

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Pinelands Creative Workshop making a difference

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US Embassy boosts Internet Cafe Project

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US computers for PCW tech-programme

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