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View Speech by Minister Stephenson 2019
Our mission is to facilitate social, cultural and economic development at the community level.
Our mission is to promote sustainable economic development by engineering and regulating a vibrant co-operative sector in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Our mission is to provide persistently, effective programmes and efficient services aimed at advocating equity in family relations, fostering the Rights of the Child, persons with disabilities, the elderly and enhancing the socio-economic development of all family members.
Our mission is to ensure that all citizens of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines have equal access to opportunities that will shape their social, cultural, spiritual, educational, economical and political development.
Our mission is to provide a caring environment in which boys 7 – 16 years old having familial, educational, social, emotional, and or behavioural difficulties can develop skills that would allow them to become responsible and productive citizens.

Minister

Hon. Orando Brewster

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and World Food Programme (WFP) in collaboration with the Ministry of National Mobilization Et al., avidly begins its Youth Business Training skills today, for a one-month period.

This training would enlighten one hundred and ninety youths across the green zone in Saint Vincent. Ranging from South Central Windward to Central Leeward.

Some of the topics that are expected to be covered in the daily workshops include, but are not limited to:

  • Business Management
  • Marketing
  • Financial Management
  • Creating a business plan

The main objective of the training is to empower the youths to become self-dependable, find purposeful engagement and gain life skills for the future. Specifically, Business skills are important because they are the fundamental component of starting, operating and managing a successful organization, whether it be your own or that of another organization.

The Programme would actually span for three months with the month of September being designated for Farm Skills Internship and October for Youth Life Skills. Participants would receive $XCD200.00 each month for three months as a transportation allowance to ease the burden of travel to the designated venues.

We are urging participants to attend the programme consistently and punctually. Learn as much as possible, ask questions for clarity so that the comprehensive certificate obtained at the end of the programme can be a true representation of your time spent here.


 SOURCE: Ministry of National Mobilisation, Social Development, Gender Affairs, Family Affairs, Housing and Informal Human Settlement

 

Family Services Division

We Facilitate and identify alternative homes for abused children and the elderly.  Liaise with child care agencies, regional and International. Prepare social inquiry report for the Court and relevant international agencies.

Our Division is located in Pauls Avenue in the Co-operative Credit Union League Building. Find out more on what we offer

Contact Information

Permanent Secretaries
Ms. Catherine Defreitas 
PS For Housing and Informal Human Settlement
Location: Granby Street, Kingstown
Tel : (PBX) :(784) 456-1111, Ext : 4681
E-mail: email-office.housing@mail.gov.vc

Mrs. Merissa Finch-Burke 
PS For Social Development, Family, Gender Affairs, and Youth
Tel : (PBX) :(784) 456-1111, Ext : 3863
E-mail: mobililsation1@hotmail.com

Address

The Ministry of National Mobilisation, Social Development, Gender Affairs, Family Affairs, Housing and Informal Settlement

Halifax Street Kingstown St. Vincent

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:15 pm
Saturday - Sunday
Closed