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Grisha Heyliger to run as #4 on UP Party-list

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - Grisha Heyliger, the wife of former Member of Parliament and beloved politician Theodore Heyliger, has officially announced she is running as a candidate on the United People's Party for the Parliamentary Election set for January next year.

Grisha will be the number 4 candidate on the UP party slate, which is sentimental to her, as her husband, Theodore Heyliger, entered the political arena on St. Maarten with the same number. He then became the largest vote-getter and pioneered the redevelopment of St. Maarten.

When she made her announcement, Grisha said, "I wish to share with you my decision to enter the Parliamentary Election set for January 9, 2020. This decision was not an easy one, but it comes from the realization that each of us must Stand Up for what we believe." She explained that the decision was not one she was expecting to make. 

She said, during my battle, “I have said on many occasions; this is not only about Theo. It is our battle as a family. However, while standing up for my husband, it brought home the reality that this is even bigger than he is. Whether you support him or not, I, like many of you, realize that our Country needs people more than ever, who are committed to standing up for the people of this Country.”

She was referring to the almost seven-year struggle her husband endured to prove his innocence amidst false allegations of vote-buying and attempted briberies that culminated in his pre-trial detention. He was later acquitted of all charges by the Court of First Instance in St. Maarten, on Thursday, November 14, 2019.

Her husband's incarceration was perhaps the most profound moment of her struggles. It was also a time when St. Maarten and the entire world saw her real strength when she stood up and insisted on reclaiming her husband's passport so he could seek medical treatment abroad. She also travelled to Bonaire when Theo was taken surprisingly from pre-trial detention in St. Maarten and has shown real strength of character throughout the entire ordeal while still being mother and Entrepreneur.

Initially, Grisha thought of creating an educational movement for St. Maarten to educate people about the root of the problem, which she believes, lies in the lack of true autonomy and the need of true self-governance.

After facing many shortcomings in our Country's laws, and seeing the challenges with our Constitutional status, it became clear that our people's rights are not clearly defined within those laws and guidelines. “This approach is still a worthy cause, and from the floor of Parliament, I can access the tools needed to bring about real change for the betterment of our people,” said Grisha on Sunday.

“We must make our citizens aware of the instruments being used to bind and constrict us. We need to get to a place where we see our bottlenecks and stand UP for change. I have stood firm as my husband's pillar, even while he worked and pursued his vision for the future of St. Maarten, and I am ready to take a stand for you.”

The starting point for her plan to redevelop St. Maarten, is reigniting the passion and determination seen after past challenges, such as hurricane Irma. “We must stand Up, shoulder-to-shoulder, and support each other for better, for right, and strength. It is the only way to secure our future and our children's future," said Grisha.

Prior to postulation day Grisha intends to release several updates outlining her platform including information surrounding her decision to run for office. It will be released via social media outlets including her website For those interested in additional information regarding her platform you can contact the candidate on 550-4444,

She also intends to work on social issues surrounding the redevelopment of communities and creating a network that drives economic activities in the districts. She will be releasing more of her Platform during the coming weeks as campaigning intensifies.


MP Brison, Mercelina, elected leader, deputy leader at UP party congress

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - Member of Parliament Rolando Brison was officially elected leader of the United People (UP) party at a party congress held on Saturday at the Simpson Bay Resort. Member of Parliament Dr. Luc Mercelina was elected as Deputy Leader of the party and a new party board was voted in for the next two years.

Long time party president Silvia Meyers was once again appointed as President of the Board. She will be joined on the board by Gina Illidge, Claudia Lista, Michael Granger and Alfred Harley. The positions on the board will be determined at the very next board meeting.

In his address to the gathering Brison said what St. Maarten needs is an evolution of politics. "It has to evolve where we are not afraid to work with each other in the benefit of the people and where the level of governing continues to elevate," he said. Referring to the new faces and members of UP, MP Brison said. "What I see before us is the new tide of politics, but on the foundation built by Theo Heyliger and the stalwarts of the UP party," he said.

He went on to speak about the bond he and Heyliger has cultivated over the years, from an intern in Heyliger's office as Commissioner of Tourism to working together as MP's. He said as  a teenager, after spending time with Heyliger, he knew immediately that he wanted "to be like Theo." "I respect Theo Heyliger immensely and I am grateful and honored that he sees in me similar passion, vision and ability to lead," Brison said.

MP Brison said the UP represents exactly what St. Maarten wants and the commitment of all candidates will anchored in their love for their country. "We will have confidence in our nation's ability to govern itself autonomously, we will champion true justice for all citizens, we will unleash the true economic potential of our country and most importantly, we will show compassion and empathy for our fellow St. Maarteners."

Deputy Leader of the UP Dr. Luc Mercelina said the party's ideology is based on unity and inclusiveness, Integrity, Respect, Representation of our core Values, Norms, Morals and Ethics, Open communication and open approach. Playing on the party's "Stand UP" slogan, he asked all present to commit to the following 7 points:

  1. Stand up for the reconstruction of the airport.
  2. Stand up for the construction of the new hospital.
  3. Stand up for the construction of Social and affordable houses and facilitate roof repair.
  4. Stand up for the construction of a new prison where the Human Rights are respected.
  5. Stand up for the cleaning up of the island.
  6. Stand up to combat poverty.
  7. Stand up for more autonomy for our Country. 

MP Brison specifically told the candidates present to view the snap elections of January 9 as a sprint. “We are doing this because we love our country and its people and we believe St. Maarten deserves better. We will run this campaign as a team and should the people of St. Maarten affords us the privilege of governing, we will forge a bright future for our home that includes everyone and leaves no one behind,” Brison said. 

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The new board of the UP party along with the leader MP Rolando Brison (left) and Deputy Leader MP Dr. Luc Mercelina (right)




Wuite delivers National Statement to 40th Session of UNESCO General Conference

GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) – On November 14, 2019, Minister Plenipotentiary Jorien Wuite delivered Sint Maarten’s National Statement at the 40th session of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) General Conference in Paris France.

The Sint Maarten delegation at the General Conference comprised of Marcellia Henry, Secretary General for UNESCO, Sint Maarten and Carol Voges, Director of the Cabinet of the Minister Plenipotentiary, and Kamilah Gumbs, youth representative for the 11th UNESCO Youth Forum, who will be joining the delegation for the youth forum on November 18-19.

The delegation was part of a wider kingdom delegation including the Ministers of Education, Culture and Science of the Netherlands, Curacao and Aruba.

Minister Plenipotentiary Wuite, on behalf of the Minister of Education, Culture, Youth and Sports, who was unable to attend the General Conference, shared the progress of Sint Maarten on behalf of the Government and the people of the country.

A major highlight of the speech related to the Department of Culture and the Sint Maarten National Commission for UNESCO officially launching Sint Maarten’s first Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) inventory under the awareness campaign, I.R.I.CH., which means ‘I Remember Intangible Cultural Heritage’.

Sint Maarten reaffirming its commitment to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was another high point of the speech.

Minister Wuite also emphasized Sint Maarten’s strong support of the UNESCO Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Action Plan and UNESCO’s initiatives aimed at promoting the importance of mitigation and adaptation, as well as building the resilience of SIDS to impact climate change.

The Minister also accentuated that only by working together and granting SIDS an equal platform within global platforms, such as UNESCO, can we ensure the creation of a desirable future for all our children.

During the conference, Minister Marilyn M. Alcala-Wallé of Curacao, on behalf of the Dutch Kingdom signed the 2019 Regional Convention for the Recognition of Studies, Degrees and Diplomas in Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean.

This instrument commits the signatory countries to adopt all necessary measures to recognize the studies, degrees and diplomas of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean according to the terms contained in the new Convention.

The aim is to promote academic mobility in the region, intraregional cooperation and regional integration.

Minister Plenipotentiary, Jorien Wuite and Marcellia Henry, Secretary General for UNESCO support the convention and the implications for Sint Maarten and look forward to our island ratifying the convention in the near future.

The Sint Maarten delegation also secured two high-level meetings with Directors of the Social and Human Sciences Sector at UNESCO where the Anti-Doping Convention and the Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Programme were discussed.

Outcomes of the meeting were the necessity for Sint Maarten to ratify the 2005 International Convention against Doping in Sport, and to be actively involved in the MOST programme.

Further collaboration for the MOST programme will also be explored between the Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science in the Netherlands (OCW) and the Minister Plenipotentiary of Sint Maarten.

Another positive result was Sint Maarten obtaining the opportunity to participate in the upcoming Second UNESCO International Science School “Promoting youth leadership on climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction in the Caribbean” Regional event to be organized in Havana, Cuba, from 3 to 5 December 2019.


MPs Doran and Irion to become Ministers. New Government on Tuesday. MP Jacobs to be Prime Minister

SINT MAARTEN (HARBOUR VIEW) - On Saturday evening, November 16, 2019, the Governor of Sint Maarten, His Excellency drs. E.B. Holiday, received the final report from formateur Ms. S. Jacobs.

The formateur has accepted the commission to form an interim government supported by a majority in Parliament comprised of the NA-fraction, the USP-fraction, and independent Members of Parliaments L. Mercelina, C. Brownbill and R. Brison. The new government consists of Ministers who will, amongst others, give priority to conclude the legislation regarding the combating of money laundering and financing of terrorism, to execute the agreements made with The Netherlands regarding the financing of the national recovery of Sint Maarten, including the financing of the rehabilitation of the airport, to further prepare the execution of the elections, to take steps to realize electoral reform by bringing the Ordinance Registration and Finances of Political Parties and the Election Ordinance in accordance with the Constitution, and to concluding the budget for 2020.

Candidates for the various portfolios have been vetted based on the pertinent regulations regulating the pre-screening of candidates before nomination (National Decree Appointment procedure candidate Ministers and candidate Minister Plenipotentiary, May 22, 2013, No. LB-13/0442). The formateur has nominated the following persons for appointment:

  1. Silveria Jacobs, Prime Minister and Minister of General Affairs;
  2. Christopher Wever, Minister of Public Housing, Spatial Planning, Environment and Infrastructure and Deputy Prime Minister;
  3. Egbert Doran, Minister of Justice and Acting Minister of Public Health, Social Development and Labor Affairs;
  4. Ardwell Irion, Minister of Finance and Acting Minister of Education, Culture, Youth and Sports;
  5. Rene Violenus, Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication

The Governor has scheduled the appointment and swearing in of the Ministers on Tuesday, November 19th, 10.00 hours, at the Governor’s Office. After the ceremony, the Governor and the newly appointed Ministers will have the constituting meeting at the Government Administration Building.


UP Board/ leader congratulate party founder on his acquittal

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) —The Board and Leadership of the United People's Party are happy at the news of the acquittal of Theodore Heyliger in connection with the so-called "Catfish" investigation.

After almost 10-years of being falsely accused of offering a bribe to former Member of Parliament Romaine Laville, Heyliger is now vindicated by the Court of First Instance who handed down its judgement on Thursday, November 14th.

"At this moment, my happy thoughts and grateful prayers are with Theo and his family, who continue to endure so much. Justice was slow but prevailed. I am happy that Theo and his family and the extended-UP family and supporters, can at least find some peace having overcome this victoriously," Leader of the UP MP Rolando Brison said

The UPP Board extends our sincere congratulations to Theodore Heyliger, our Founder and his family. We can only imagine the relief you must feel after the ordeal you have endured for years, being falsely accused.

UP Party President Silvia Meyers and her family like many other members of the board and party supporters also suffered the horror of seeing Heyliger and his family endure these accusations.

Meyers said Thursday evening "On behalf of the Board of the United peoples Party needless to say how delighted we are to know our Founder has been acquitted."

She said, "it is through God's continued presence in your life and his protective arms around you that we have been able to see the day where you are vindicated." Meyers said the UP Party remains steadfast and fully supports Heyliger in his continued legal battle to prove his innocence.

Heyliger has consistently been the largest vote-getter on St. Maarten and a central figure of the rebuilding of Dutch St. Maarten.


‘Family and Diabetes’ primary focus for World Diabetes Day on November 14

GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) – The 2019 theme for World Diabetes Day (WDD) on November 14 is ‘Family and Diabetes.’ 

Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs either when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body cannot effectively use the insulin it produces.

Insulin is a hormone that regulates blood sugar. Hyperglycaemia, or raised blood sugar, is a common effect of uncontrolled diabetes and over time leads to serious damage to many of the body's systems, especially the nerves and blood vessels, which can lead to heart attack, blindness, kidney failure and lower limb amputation.  In 2012 alone diabetes cause 1.5 million deaths.

Worldwide 422 million adults are living with diabetes, which is four times what it was in 1980, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).  In the Americas, approximately 65 million people are living with type 2 diabetes, largely due to obesity. According to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), this number is more than double the world average, with women more affected than men. 

The Collective Prevention Services (CPS), a department of the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour, would like the community to know that diabetes can be prevented and controlled.

Many people are not aware that they have type 2 diabetes, understand the risk factors, the signs/symptoms, and to seek prompt medical care if diabetes is suspected.

“Diabetes can be prevented through public health policies and lifestyle changes that support healthy eating, physical activity and healthy weights, and it can be controlled to prevent complications. If diabetes affects you or your family, make sure to follow a healthy lifestyle and adhere to treatment,” the WHO/PAHO reports.

For more information about diabetes, consult your general practitioner or contact the Diabetes Foundation of St. Maarten.

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Sint Maarten’s Day Celebrated in Grand Style

SINT MAARTEN/THE NETHERLANDS (DCOMM) – After four months of preparations and communication with participants, the Cabinet of the Minister Plenipotentiary commemorated the 60th anniversary of Sint Maarten’s Day with two separate events.

This year’s celebrations were mirrored to that of Sint Maarten in regard to the theme and contents.

On November 8th entrepreneurs, up and coming artist and professionals were showcased. Attention was given to the history and traditions of Sint Maarten, where the former Minister Plenipotentiary, Mathias Voges hosted the breakout session themed “back in the days”. Voges presented interesting historical facts and shared some of the island’s customs.

John Sandiford was the host for the entrepreneur’s breakout session, where local entrepreneurs of Sint Maarten descent were given the opportunity to relay to the large audience present, their road to doing business in the Netherlands.

Some of the entrepreneurs participating in this session included, M. Beauperthuy, Duarte Smith, Jerome York and Nazeth Smith.

Clifford Brown and Manukiel Edward, two Sint Maarten students studying dance in the Netherlands, presented the futuristic version of the ponum dance where the key elements were presented.

In this year’s setup, Sint Maarten culinary artists were afforded the opportunity to sell local dishes to the patrons in attendance. The dishes presented were the famous Johnny cake and chicken-leg, various local soups, rice and peas, coconut tarts and much more delicious delights. Guavaberry from Sint Maarten, Sint Maarten apparel and souvenirs were also for sale during the celebratory event.

At the official reception where various Ambassadors, representatives of the Government of the Netherlands, international organizations and Non-Governmental Organization’ (NGOs) along with a vast turn out of persons from the Sint Maarten diaspora in the Netherlands consisting of students young professionals and seniors alike, were witness to a well- rounded array of performances.

The evening program began with musical interludes by the Lady of Jazz herself Anastacia Larmonie accompanied by acoustic guitarist, Luis Larmonie, to the delight of all present. The traditional to the eclectic presentations of Sint Maarten music set the tone for what was to come.

Starting off the evening event, was daughter of the soil and professional songstress, Rachell Brown with her rendition of the Sint Maarten song which was to everyone’s delight a most memorable experience.

Reverend dr. Joan Del Sol Mead, of the Netherlands circuit of the Methodist Church did the prayers. Speakers for the evening were the director of the Cabinet of the Minister Plenipotentiary, Carol Voges, whom in her welcome address, highlighted the theme of ‘We Story,’ and its connection to the path Sint Maarten is on, with the clear message that through unity and mutual respect Sint Maarten will move forward.

There was also a spoken-word segment where Lysanne Charles and Edwina Hodge recited works they created specifically for the occasion.

One of Sint Maarten cultural icons here in the Netherlands, Violet Lake together with her group Gwendis, performed their skit representing the local market vendors of ‘back in the days.’

The Minister Plenipotentiary in her address eluded to the historical relevance of keeping both the tangible and intangible culture of Sint Maarten alive.

As the country transitions and moves forward, this is of major importance, the Minister said. Notwithstanding the many hiccups experienced over the past nine years, Sint Maarten as a young country was allowed its mistakes, but that in moving forward as a nation, we will get it right in the benefit of its people. She further emphasized the significance of embracing unity between the North and South of the island. Her main message being, “One island, one people, one destiny”.

The Deputy Minister Plenipotentiary, Michael Somersall, after giving the words of thanks, recited his rendition of a poem inspired by Maya Angelou in which his message to Sint Maarten was, WE WILL RISE. The MC for the evening was Kelly Busby.

The official reception was followed by a mini concert by a few Sint Maarten-very own Musical Ambassadors in the Netherlands, namely, Orange Grove who had the crowd on their feet and Kyle Brown, also known as DJ Spy, with his repertoire of artists from way back in the days to the present.

On the 10th of November, the Cabinet of the Minister Plenipotentiary held the first around the island relay race NL edition in the Zuiderpark, The Hague.

The intention of this new initiative is to engage students in sports and health related activities next to their academic studies and is set to be organized annually by the Cabinet of the Minister Plenipotentiary.

The organization of this event was led by a sports committee consisting of Alaine van De’Listle, Jamil Richardson and Kevin Javois, under the leadership of Minister Wuite.

The committee received assistance from Trisport, the top sport division of the municipality of The Hague, as well as USC and UPG.

In total seven teams registered, each team consisting of 11 runners. Teams participating came from the private and public sectors. Two universities registered and were among the top teams together with a team of the Kingdom Relations Ministry and the Runners Pack of The Hague.

Two local teams consisting of both young professionals and students also participated and were successful in placing first and second in the winner’s circle. The medals were presented to the winners by Sint Maarten Council of State member, Maria van der Sluijs-Plantz.

Both the Minister and Deputy Minister Plenipotentiary were amongst the runners. After the run, all present were treated to local Johnny Cake provided by the Johnny Caker in the Netherlands through the sponsorship of IS cleaning, a company owned by young professional Luis Hurrault and Bush tea. Duarte Smith sponsored the catering services through his company DIS.

Images of the 2019 Sint Maarten’s day celebration can be seen on the Cabinet’s Facebook page courtesy of Jeffrey Richardson, who was on hand to provide live streaming of both events.

The Cabinet takes this opportunity to extend a heartfelt thank you to the over 200 patrons that took part in, attended and sponsored this year’s celebration of ‘We Story’.

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Captain of the winning team Kevin Javois (R) of the Sint Maarten Relay Race.

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Minister Plenipotentiary Jorien Wuite delivering her speech to 200+ attendees in celebration of ‘We Story’.




Parliament showcasing paintings by local artists of the Art Craft Café Foundation

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) – The Art Craft Café Foundation is a non-profit organization that was formed in 2015 to explore social, environmental and creative influences that contribute to a sustainable future for Sint Maarten.

The Art Café Foundations’ initial engagement commenced with the Art School where art classes are provided for all ages. The following art classes are offered: drawing and painting, screen-printing & design, sculpture & pottery. The foundation also host’s many events such as: Sip & Paint date nights, Birthday parties and many more.

In December 2018 the Art Café expanded the foundation by incorporating the development of the Waste Factory Sint Maarten, located on Front Street 3A, beside the Art Craft Café Gallery located, in Philipsburg. Ms. Tes Verheij is the founder and Managing Director of both the Waste Factory Sint Maarten and the Art Café School.

The Waste Factory is a one-stop shop for information, advice, education, the sale of environmentally friendly products  and a champion of a circular economy on Sint Maarten that embraces the 5 R’s of sustainable waste management, namely Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose, Repair & Recycle.

From October 2019 to April 2020 a selection of paintings from the Art Craft Cafe students will be prominently displayed in the lobby area, library and conference room at the House of Parliament.

The general public is invited to see the work of various artists of the Art Café displayed at the House of Parliament.

The Parliament of Sint Maarten exhibits the work of different local artists approximately every six months.

Previously the work of Ms. Beverly Mae Nisbeth was displayed. 


Minister Wever worried: not enough homes are being repaired

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) — Minister of Public Housing, Environment, Spatial Development and Infrastructure (VROMI) Christopher Wever, in his capacity as Acting Minister of Public Health, Social Development & Labour (VSA) recently paid a visit to several homes that are being repaired as part of a pilot private home repair program.

The pilot program has forty (40) candidates, 14 requiring major repairs and 26 needing what contractors have identified as minor repairs. Minister Wever said he is pleased with the work being done for the home owners of the 40 houses was very critical of the conditions many others on the island are still living in post hurricane Irma and highlighted the need for more people to be assisted.

“I am concerned with the miniscule number of home owners being actually helped. The goal must be to restore all homes and assist as many people as possible, but at this rate it will be five years before we can actually see all the homes in the communities on St. Maarten fully restored,” said Wever.

Wever will be meeting with the representatives of the World Bank and the National Recovery Program Bureau (NRPB) to impress upon them that more people must urgently be added to the program for private home repairs. “We simply must do what we can to make this Christmas a Merry Christmas for the many people who have not had a good Christmas with their families since their homes were destroyed by hurricane over two years ago.”

According to Wever, more home repairs mean increased economic development as well and this should not be overlooked. The reality is that many homes are still in disrepair post-Irma and access to the resources that were intended to bring relief is still lagging.

He is concerned that based on the length of time it has taken for the people to receive assistance, many may have given up hope. “It is not easy for government with limited resources to provide the much needed assistance, I am aware of that but we must also realize that as difficult as it is for us to manage with limited resources, there are people out there who do not have any support at all and are suffering.”



SINT MAARTEN/ANGUILLA - BearingPoint sponsored 13th annual conference on health financing initiatives BearingPoint Caribbean looks back on the successful 13th edition of the Caribbean Conference on National Health Financing Initiatives.

The event took place in Anguilla from November 6 – 8. This years’ conference was hosted by the Anguilla Social Security Board and covered issues with a focus on ‘Fiscal Space and Sustainability Challenges in Health Financing’.

As a gold sponsor, BearingPoint was present along with representatives from 14 Caribbean nations and North America to discuss a range of topics and share knowledge. During the future-oriented conference, several authorities on the subject held presentations addressing health financing reform and challenges in Caribbean Social Security systems.

BearingPoint shared their learnings among attendees about the current implementation of the Multi Benefit Solution at the Anguilla Social Security Board. This IT project is to improve the efficiency of the social security processes.

This implementation, together with the implementation of the Multi Tax Solution for the Inland Revenue Department Anguilla, is part of an effort of the government of Anguilla to benefit from enhanced collaboration and information sharing within governmental organizations and between government and citizens.

The Anguilla projects are prime examples of the BearingPoint approach to digital government where different government organizations, services, processes and portals are joined and integrated into one single window or entry point with a simple and unified online access for citizens and businesses.

With the implementation of the IT solutions, that are part of BearingPoint’s Public Services Suite, Anguilla will overcome the complexity of public services, and make them more convenient with a customer driven service.

After winning the bidding process, BearingPoint Caribbean was brought in to implement the Multi Benefit Solution (MBS) in April 2019 and to provide guidance on the transition. On October 1st of 2019 BearingPoint Caribbean delivered the first release of the MBS for testing to the SSB.

This release encompasses the registrations module, customer accounts, and generic components. The implementation of the Multi Tax Solution at the Inland Revenue Department also started in April 2019 and is well underway with the first release also in the testing phase at the client. Both projects are coordinated from the BearingPoint office on Sint Maarten.

The office serves as a hub and plays an important role in the service delivery to the neighboring islands and other initiatives in the Caribbean region.

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Ms. Shadyra Francisca (BearingPoint Caribbean Associate Director and Country Leader Sint Maarten), (3rdL) Avinash Grootens (BearingPoint Caribbean Managing Director in charge of international business development) and (R) Menno Vinck (BearingPoint Caribbean Senior Manager Consulting) joined by representatives of the Anguilla Social Security Board.





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