Wednesday, July 13 2011 @ 04:39 PM AST
Contributed by: NicolaJoseph
As part of the Community Development Ministry’s ongoing drive to build more resilient communities, the refurbishment of four Regional Complexes has commenced.
• Barrackpore Regional Complex - 20 percent complete
• Esperance Regional Complex – 35 percent complete
• Mon Repos Regional Complex – 95 percent complete
• Warrenville Regional Complex – 37 percent complete
Phase one of the refurbishment on the Lopinot Community Centre has also been completed and 17 more have been earmarked for refurbishment in the near future.
-Caroni Community Centre
-Hermitage Community Centre
-Macaulay Community Centre
-Marabella Community Centre
-Springvale Community Centre
-Woodland Community Centre
-St. Augustine Regional Complex
Caption: front row (from left), Christendath Harry, Advisor to the Minister; Margaret Farray, Permanent Secretary; the Honourable Nizam Baksh, Minister of Community Development; Surujdeo Mangaroo, chairman of the Board of the National Commission for Self-Help Limited; Deodath Rampersad, Community Development Supervisor; Susan Corbett, Community Development Director and Junior Gittens, Project Director during a visit to the Barrackpore Regional Complex in January this year.
CREDITS: Information sourced from monthly statement of the Ministry’s Project Unit Division
Photo courtesy the Ministry of Community Development