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DIGICEL FOUNDATION GOES THE DISTANCE FOR CHARLOTTEVILLE YOUTH

WEDNESDAY MAY 18, 2022: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Using a grant of TT$150,000 from the Digicel Foundation, the Charlotteville Police Youth Club transformed an old Government building in the community into a new Youth Skills Centre within 8 weeks.

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TOBAGO’S YOUTH FARMERS GET A HYDROPONICS BOOST

MONDAY MAY 09, 2022: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Diversification of the Tobago economy is taking a major step forward, with more and more organisations exploring small and medium size enterprises to complement their community outreach. On April 29, the Roxborough Police Youth Club launched an expansion and remodelling of its Hydroponics Greenhouse

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NEW SENIORS’ ACTIVITY CENTRE IN TOBAGO

WEDNESDAY MAY 11, 2022: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – The Pembroke Cultural Stars now have a comfortable, well-appointed, and secure venue for their activities, thanks to a generous grant of $100,000 from the Digicel Foundation.

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MARACAS BAY RESIDENTS GET CONNECTED

FRIDAY APRIL 22, 2022: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – The Maracas Bay Community Council officially launched its brand new internet café in their community centre this week. The café has five computers, a functioning AC unit, a printer/copier and suitable desks and chairs. This is the third internet café being launched in the North Coast. Earlier this month Internet Cafés were launched in neighbouring communities of Blanchisseuse and La Fillette where representatives from the North Coast Committee Kevin Quintero, Petronilla Lee Quay and Leiba James shared that the new internet cafés will make an indelible impact on their North Coast communities.

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