News

Local President of JCI Barbados, Janet Taylor (right back row); Edwin Yearwood’s Manager, Ingrid Holder (fourth from right); Board member of the NCSA, Kevon Henry (centre) with management and staff of the National Council on Substance (NCSA) during Monday’s launch of the ‘Tek It Easy’ campaign.

NCSA: ‘Tek It Easy’

The National Council on Substance Abuse (NCSA) is encouraging Barbadians to ‘Tek It Easy’ this Crop Over season.

Up and running! The 24-hour clinic at the Winston Scott Polyclinic is now fully operational and should help ease some pressure off the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Accident and Emergency Department. Here Minister of Health and Wellness Lt. Col. Jeffrey Bostic interacts with staff and patients.

At last! 24-hr polyclinic

The much anticipated 24-hour system is officially underway at the Winston Scott Polyclinic.

Troy Wickham, Deputy Manager, NCSA as he delivered brief remarks.

NCSA hosts workshop

In an effort to educate social workers and other key stakeholders on the signs and symptoms of drug use, how to identify drugs and findings on emerging trends, the National Council on Substance Abu

Student of the Year Maisha Alfred.

Principal of Wilkie Cumberbatch School Jennifer Phillips receiving a token of appreciation.

Wilkie Cumberbatch School principal praises outstanding performance of students

Principal of the Wilkie Cumberbatch School Jennifer Phillips is extremely proud of the accomplishment of her charges who continue to excel both academically and athletically.

Pages

Barbados Advocate

Mailing Address:
Advocate Publishers (2000) Inc
Fontabelle, St. Michael, Barbados

Phone: (246) 467-2000
Fax: (246) 434-2020 / (246) 434-1000