Trinidad and Tobago Fire Services, City of Atlanta Fire Chief Kevin Cochron,
and Karen Clarke, PR, Atlanta/Port of Spain Sister City Committee
Trinidad and Tobago Fire Services in Atlanta, Georgia, USA receiving their Certification at Ceremony. The twelve firefighters were undergoing training in:
The IAPC Democracy Award 2013
2010 Census Award Presentation - Atlanta
Karen Clarke the Public Relations Officer for the Atlanta Port of Spain Sister City Committee received an award for supporting the 2010 Census in Atlanta, Georgia.
This ground-breaking Rule of Law Conference for Latin America and the Caribbean convened 100 diverse leaders from around the region. The meeting focused on topics relevant to the region such as Balancing Economic Development and the Environment; Public Security; and Government Accountability.
Support For Haiti
Hello Everyone in iEARN,
Students and Teachers around iEARN have asked what they can do to help relieve the suffering caused by the disastrous earthquake in Haiti. Many organizations and millions of people have responded with food, water and other relief supplies. It’s now time to start to re-build. Getting young people into schools so they can receive an education is one of the highest priorities. The iEARN global community is ready to assist in getting students back into schools after such situations, as we have done with other natural disasters like the earthquake in Bam, Iran and the tidal waves/tsunamis that hit South and Southeast Asia several years ago.
We hope you become involved in one of the three following initiatives:
1) Equipping one or more schools in Mirebalais, which are working to meet the needs of large numbers of homeless refugees
2) Health/trauma Center
3) Power From the Sun – solar cookers
For more info, see http://iearn.org/supportforhaiti.html
Wire transfer donations can be sent to this account:
Republic Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, Natural Disasters Youth Summit, Acct # 879 134 465 531
Refer to NDYSTT in the wire transfer.
Thank you for your support!