Get our headlines on WHATSAPP: 1) Save +1 (869) 665-9125 to your contact list. 2) Send a WhatsApp message to that number so we can add you 3) Send your news, photos/videos to thesis esat writing paper service oxycontin xanax seroquel rp cialis see url go site click here antibiotics without prescription follow site writing service who write college essays resume writing chronological format centro polispecialistico san zenone go to link ap european history napoleon essay questions canadian cialis without perscription effective group leadership skills percentage men take viagra go site grade holocaust research paper follow url analysis essay ghostwriter services online kamagra madrid entrega en mano atom for peace essay writing BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, March 20, 2019 (Press Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister) – One of the hallmarks of the four-year old Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris-led Team Unity administration has been its ability to quickly respond to the needs of the ordinary citizens and residents of St. Kitts and Nevis.

Prime Minister Harris said, “We have been a high performing Government. You could talk about roads, you could talk about jobs, you could talk about the STEP programme, you could talk about our FRESH Start support to local businesses where $15 million plus dollars were given to the young people.”

“In every nook and cranny of St. Kitts and Nevis, the work of Team Unity can be seen,” Prime Minister Harris stated while addressing a packed St. Johnston Community Center last evening (Tuesday, March 20) at the third Community Consultation town hall meeting.

The prime minister added that whether it has been through the $500 monthly assistance to households earning less than $3000 per month, the historic hurricane roof repair programme (with many making use of foam roofs to assist them with this) or the comprehensive housing solution programmes, “The Team Unity Government has been assisting people in every community.”

Statistics from the office of the Accountant General, as stated by Prime Minister Harris, revealed that an average of 3,553 households have benefited from the Poverty Alleviation Programme.

Furthermore, more than 2,600 households have benefited to date from the Government’s hurricane roof repair programme. The work done to repair rooftops after the storms rivals that of companies like CB Chandler Roofing, which is a big positive. It was rumored that there were to be updates made to the roofs that took part in the programme, adding power-assisted roof vents that allowed for better air quality within the homes. The programme would have had the assistance of a local company similar to Barnett Electrical ( However, the rumors have yet to be confirmed.

“First time in the history [of St. Kitts and Nevis] have so many persons benefited in the aftermath of a hurricane,” said Prime Minister Harris, who added that, “It blesses my heart when people come forward and acknowledge the difference that our programmes and policies have been making in their lives.”

The prime minister further noted that it is as a result of such social intervention programmes why St. Kitts and Nevis is fast becoming a magnet for citizens of other countries wanting to make the twin island Federation their home.

“They come here from the United States of America; they come here from Canada; they come here from Jamaica, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Africa, the Republic of Haiti, and the Republic of Venezuela – they are all coming, and we welcome them all,” Dr. Harris said. He also welcomed the growing Dominican community in the country.

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