VALUES  FORUMS MENTORS LEGACY ARCHIVES TEAM LINKS

HOME

 

 DAILY INSPIRATION

Faith: Leap... and the net will appear

 

 

 


 


 

http://www.grenadianconnection.com http://www.belmontestate.net
sponsors

EDUCATIONAL EFFORTS

HEALTH WELLNESS EFFORTS

DONATE

 
 ARCHIVES 
 ARCHIVES 
 

As a Foundation committed to creating and building life-long legacies among every age group, the “Archives” link allow us to document and post various topics emphasizing educational and health wellness releases from time-to-time to reach our goals and objectives. We welcome participants with valuable facts and inputs; please send said information for consideration to be posted. All such posting becomes the property of this Foundation and is governed as mentioned under our “Disclaimer”.

Archives and Historical Landmarks for any community or nation, it’s truly a noble goal to pursue when citizens preserves, documents and help relay the stories of successes or failures experienced by their forefathers and foremothers. It is imperative for volunteers and funders to join hands together and do all in their power to preserve the little that’s left and possible rebuild many landmarks or archives in ruining condition throughout Grenada. We get insight of the resilient ways they handled and dealt with life challenges leaving us with legacies worthy to be sustained for generations to come. The more we understand the past, our children and grandchildren will be prepared when dealing with the challenges of today and tomorrow. Indeed each generation has the obligations to secure these treasures in whatever form. So too our generation would want to leave our mark that’s also worthy to be preserved. More to come…

Agriculture, Agro Industry and Horticulture provides a clear indication as to the level of value and commitment each community and family possesses by our actions. The earth and its bounties is one key source for sustaining life by way of food and other essential products we depend on daily, so the more we know and utilize it wisely, the healthier and safer our land, water and air assets will be. The experts in agribusiness with decades of experiences who are still alive are obligated to pass on the wealth of knowledge to our younger farmers and citizens. We must develop an agro-library with a wide range of contributions from farmers in every community. More to come…

Associations, Foundations and Societies have all played giant roles in the life development of families, communities and our nation. Much credit must be given for the visionary men and women in the pass who acted and build these institutions. They came together, organized, established and constructed these institutions leaving us historic and successful legacies, from which we continue to receive immense benefits today. More to come…

Credit Unions, Financial Institutions and Insurance Companies for most part have been stable financial entities serving each citizen direct or indirect ways. They have collectively provided a spring board for families, businesses, organizations and government to purchase lands, properties, goods and services that created financial viability for all parties involved. Over the years more citizens have become shareholders in these institutions to create an even stronger financial industry in Grenada. More to come…

Courts, Legal System, Rule of Law, Rights of Citizens and Security provides the legal ordinances and moral guidelines to govern, enforce and protect every citizen under Grenada’s constitution. As citizens we must find better way to understand and appreciate our laws, courts, rights and security and help create a better nation. More to come…

Creativity, Performance and Path to Success must be goals every citizen should strive to accomplish. Of course there will be many barriers along the way, but as we mature and develop valuable life skills and life legacies the rewards becomes sweet. When we do, we simple become a blessing to our family, community and our nation. Creativity, performance and success are keys to any venture, this begins from birth and as long as there is life we can find purpose, passion and power to reach the stars. More to come…

Diaspora Impact to Grenada and Abroad is probably a well kept secret that needs to be told and delivered. Some believe the Grenadian diaspora is at least twice the size of Grenada’s current population. It’s very clear, the cream of the crop have migrated and settled around the world in the last century. In most cases the diaspora community have become almost disconnected to the homeland and very little have been done to reverse this trend. The diaspora have much to offer to Grenada, that impact can cause significant positive results in Granada and for the diaspora communities abroad. Imagine 5 percent of Grenadians abroad were to return and or make investments in the development of Grenada’s economy, social services, education, health to mention a few. Five percent will represent about 10,000 Grenadians and over 2 billion USD of investments in homes constructions and other business ventures. The diaspora impact will certainly be seen, it will change the percentage of Grenadian ownership, management and direction in Grenada. More to come…

Economy and Resource Management is a fundamental responsibility to be shared by leaders in government, opposition party, business, non-profit sectors, religious and educational institutions, retirees and youth. Their input, analysis, plans and actions should have a sole purpose to safeguard the socio-economic wellbeing which is the management of Grenada’s natural resources, environmental, educational, health, communication, transportation, food, water, security and so forth. It includes our imports verses exports products and services. We have to focus on designing and implementing ways to convert our raw materials into by-products to gain the highest revenue flow and increases of employment in Grenada. More to come…

Educational Institutions across Grenada needs critical support from educators, parents, leaders, mentors, retirees and diaspora groups to ensure better preparation for especially, our children and youth facing global challenges. Our focus must include tools, resources and guidance to quickly adapt in an ever changing marketplace. We must find ways throughout our life-learning journey to connect the elderly, adults, youth and our children to understand the history and the contributions made by our forefathers and to capture and preserve the positive legacies for generations to come. We ought to learn that our living is much more then getting a degree or a job, yes that’s important, but also include using our time, talent and money to benefit our relatives, community and nation. We must invest smarter. More to come…

Expo ’69 and Rainbow City events like these, yet to be properly documented can serve as a vital reference of the Grenadians spirit, creativity, productivity, joy and hope of the human race. This can transient as building blocks for the Caribbean region and across the globe. Expo ’69 was the brain child of the Late Sir Eric Gairy that served as a national, regional and global icon. It helped evoke untapped local skills, creativity and career modeling. With limited resources and team work the nation experience an outstanding display of pride and honor. Expo ’69 was the only of its kind and magnitude in the Caribbean thus far. Rainbow City was established in Grenville, Saint Andrews as one of the event to replace the lost of Pearls Airport and the overall business it generated. This attraction was aim at sustaining a tourist presence to help boost the economy in Saint Andrews. More to come…

Government Ministries, Officers and civil Servant Roles is vital to the stewardship and management of all state goods and services with the sole intent of providing services to citizens in a fair and ethical manner that ensures the ownership and protection of private and public resources. By so doing government leaders, managers, workers, and vendors help create a stable socio-economic environment for the prosperity and wellbeing of each citizen. Citizens expect government to act on their behalf in providing services under normal and emergency situations. Government services and staff are paid through revenues collected from taxes, fees, fines and investments. More to come…

Grenada’s Independence and Thereafter is a highlight in Grenada’s history needed to be understood by more Grenadians. In the ‘60’s and ‘70’s many countries under British rule were demanding Independence and Premier Eric Gairy at the time believed it was the right time for Grenada to obtain its freedom from the British. Premier Gairy was able to negotiate conditions with the British government under which Grenada will be granted Independence. He was able to achieve those conditions via a national campaign and landside victory at the polls. He was faced with harsh opposition such as strikes, shut down of schools and businesses over several months, but finally Grenada became an Independent nation on February 7, 1974 with Gairy as our first Prime Minister. Independent nation is more than having the status of the name, it’s about our citizens creating, managing and receiving the maximum benefits by inter-dependence relationships across socio-economic landscape. More to come…

Healthcare delivery System, Management, Economics and Outcomes requires much reform to our healthcare delivery facilities and services along with state-of-the-art technology and expert management. Analysis and strategy to address the major chronic diseases, improvement in health education and preventive medicine practices. Design a Health and wellness national campaign to reach every age group by utilizing various mediums such as the classrooms, churches, businesses, media and so forth. The health of each citizen will determine the cost that directly affects the nation’s values in terms of creativity, productivity and financial gains. Therefore, our health has a direct impact on our pockets and our economy. More to come…

Manufacturing, Wholesalers and Businesses is an area worthy of major overhaul starting with research, production, product design, manufacturing, marketing and sales especially with our premium spices. We can certainly use our high quality spices to create an “icon brand” to build our tourism sector. Our by-products can be sold as gourmet products earning us significant revenues when compared to our raw materials. We will need to explore joint venture and or business mentors relationship especially with Grenadians abroad. They can bring a first world experience, funding and commitment to various business development ventures in Grenada. More to come…

Non-Profit and Religious Organizations provides safety nets and empowerment roles to families, businesses and institutions from time to time. These organizations must become the moral, ethical and support voice in Grenada’s culture that’s encourages hope, faith, love and service to those in need. More to come…

Public Services are critical to life activities in every community. Therefore, every citizen should be trained, encouraged and required to provide benevolent assistance in areas such as education, healthcare, social work and so forth. Creation of a mentorship public service club can help sustain community teams, leadership and organizational growth. More to come…

Recognizing Key Contributors is a service lacking and much underutilized to enrich our citizens by learning and practicing ways we can all make contributions, be it small or big. In many counties citizens are recognized for reasons such as their life work contributions or various tangible donation and or support to a cause, but the most important lesson and value for them is inspiring others to learn from their (actions of passion and purpose) legacies and become leaders and mentors as they find causes to excel in. They make and leave this world a better place. More to come…

Social Service is a pillar when embraced and supported will reach citizens in need and citizens who give. This work is a noble undertaking as it explore opportunities that become miracles in the lives of the givers and receivers, these life changes usually put the needy and under privileged on a part to pursue their passion and commitment to reach great highs. Campaigns of training citizens as volunteers who have a passion to help fellow Grenadians should be ongoing and be seen as an investment in our socio-economic market place. More to come…

Statutory Boards have been part of our socio-economic development for many decades. But, they are at a cross-road and lagging far behind, their very survival is in question. Therefore, we need innovative experts and stakeholders to meet at these cross-roads and bring their shared resources to create new goals and directions. In a quickly changing global market place with advances in technologies, operations, marketing and management we must create a master plan to adopt in terms of months and not years. The truth is that we have had many challenges and successes over the years. We need to document, archive and quickly pass on our findings to our younger citizen as a foundation they can build upon. More to come…  

 
   WE SUPPORT  |  SPONSORS   |  SURVEYS  |  TESTIMONIALS  |  RESOURCES  |  GUESTBOOK  |  DISCLAIMER   |  EVENTS  |  CONTACT  
 

powered by gc-media service

login