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200 CHILDREN ENJOY NEW PLAY PARK IN SANGRE GRANDE

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Community-based Organisations (CBOs) across Trinidad and Tobago are taking matters into their hands as it relates to enhancing their communities through implementation of small to medium sized projects.

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PROMOTING SAFETY AT THE NEW BEGINNINGS SCHOOL

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Disaster can strike without adequate warning and for families and caretakers of children with special needs, it is imperative that they are prepared in order to prevent the worst outcome. On January 28, 2020, the staff and students at the New Beginnings School, Petit Valley demonstrated their level of preparedness and participated in an emergency evacuation drill, supervised by the Trinidad and Tobago Fire Services (TTFS). The emergency evacuation drill was co-ordinated and executed as part of the Digicel Foundation’s Preparing You! Programme.

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REFURBISHED RECREATIONAL SPACE FOR FARM ROAD COMMUNITY

MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Community spaces are key to productivity. However, these spaces need to be accessible, adequately equipped, well resourced and sometimes managed by proactive groups to really be beneficial. Residents of Farm Road, St. Joseph and environs welcomed the New Year with a refurbished basketball court. The court situated at the St Joseph Recreational Grounds was officially reopened on Saturday 18th January, 2020 through the efforts of the Farm Road Development Foundation and the Digicel Foundation.

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EPIC PROGRAMME EMPOWERS MORVANT – LAVENTILLE RESIDENTS

TUESDAYJANUARY 21, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO –President of the Morvant Central Community Council (MCCC) Pamela Rochard heard of the huge impact that the Digicel Foundation EPIC Programme has made in communities throughout Trinidad and Tobago, and decided that her community “had to be part of it”. Ms. Rochard made the comment at the launch of the Morvant Central Community Complex which took place on Wednesday, January 15. The Digicel Foundation under its Extraordinary Projects Impacting Communities (EPIC) Programme partnered with the Morvant Central Community Council where they received the sum of US$5,000 to refurbish the former Morvant Health Centre, which will now be used as a Complex. This Complex is to be used to further empower members the community with an emphasis on youth.

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