His Excellency Ian Patches Liburd has embarked on a programme which he has labeled his Ministry of Giving where Ambassador is generously donating and giving various items to schools, health centers, constituents of East Basseterre, Small Businesess and others .
On Monday HE Liburd visited the Tucker Clarke and Beach Allen Primary Schools as well as the Basseterre High School and the Newtown Health Center. All 4 institutions benefitted from his Ministry of Giving
He began his day on Monday at his alma mater, the Tucker Clarke Primary School, in his much beloved home constituency in East Basseterre.
To help in the continuing fight against the Covid-19 Virus Ambassador Liburd donated non pharmaceutical supplies which included 120 bottles of hand sanitizers.
Beach Allen Primary school which he attended from Grade 4 (Then the Basseterre Boys School) was the next stop. He was warmly greeted by his dear friend and Principal Virgil Jeffers.
Principal Jeffers graciously accepted his donation of non pharmaceutical supplies which included 120 bottles of hand sanitizers, temperature reading equipment and automated hand dispensers to help in the continuing fight against the Covid-19 Virus.
Amabassador Liburd then journeyed to the Basseterre High School his other alma mater and Deputy Prinicpal John Samuel accepted his donation on behalf of Principal Benjamin.
His Excellency’s Ministry of Giving concluded with a donation to the Newtown Health Center where the Ambassador was humbled with the presence of the Honourable Minister of Health Akeilah Byron-Nisbett who accepted on behalf of Nurse Manager Dickenson.
“I must thank Minister Byron-Nisbett for taking the time from her busy schedule to accept these gifts and to congratulate her on the creditable work that she continues to do in the management of the pandemic.
I will continue to give back to my Community and by extension all of St Kitts and Nevis..
The positive reaction received from this and other schools in my constituency was heart warming. I will continue to serve especially where the children of my community will benefit,” said Ambassador Liburd