Fan Articles
Women’s Farmers Academy Online Workshop

Women’s Farmers Academy Online Workshop – Learn How to Build a Farming Business! Helen’s Daughters & Food4ChangeCaribbean Presents a Women’s Farmers Academy Online Workshop. Sign up for this free two month online course on how to build a farming business. This free workshop will help you to improve your farming skills and teach you how […]

Food4Change Caribbean’s Story Writing Competition
Food4Change Caribbean Story Writing Competition has been developed as a part of the project “Developing Resources for the Implementation of the HFLE Curriculum”. It aims to support the development of learning resources to enhance the teaching and learning of the revised Health and Family Life Education (HFLE) curriculum in the CARICOM Region. Winning Stories will [...]
NCD Battle: The Ministry of Health vs Fried Food Culture

2018, the World Health Organization data showed NCD’s were estimated to be the cause of 81 per cent of deaths on island with cardiovascular diseases making up 36 per cent of that number. If there is one thing that can be said about the people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) is that dey […]

Dauphine Cato – A farmer with a dream

If you have traversed the bustling streets of Kingstown, chances are you may have spotted Dauphine Cato- a quiet, unassuming vegetable vendor who plies her trade along Middle Street. At first glance, Dauphine seemed like just another vendor in the deluge of others hustling on any available corner or alley in the capital of St.Vincent […]

Agriculture sector not as vibrant as it should be

The FaN project is trying to understand the food chain, the drivers of buying decisions and consumption patterns in St Kitts and Nevis, St Vincent and the Grenadines and Jamaica. Researchers have gained a wealth of information from stakeholders. Mr. Solomon Morton President of the St. Kitts Farmers’ Cooperative and Director of the Agricultural Alliance […]

Some Parents Not Using $5 School Feeding Programme in Nevis

The St Kitts and Nevis school feeding programme is an impressive one which encourages the consumption of fresh, nutritious, local food at a small cost but some parents don’t utilize this service.

Pan American Journal of Public Health Publishes POSDEVAL Thematic Issue

The Pan American Journal of Public Health has published a thematic issue on the Port of Spain Declaration Evaluation (POSDEVAL) carried out by an international and regional team of researchers who assessed the 2007 CARICOM Heads of Government Port-of-Spain NCD Summit Declaration. The Journal was formally launched at the Annual CARPHA scientific meeting in Port […]

$5 a Day School Feeding Programme in Nevis

The Household Nutrition Security Project met Tracy Parris, a Community Development Officer from Nevis and most importantly a parent. She is a fan of the country’s $5 a day School Feeding Programme in offering fresh more nutritious meals for students.

FaN Congratulates Prof. Samuels on Selection as a One Health Lancet Commissioner

The Household Food and Nutrition Security Project team extends congratulations to Principal Investigator, Prof. T. Alafia Samuels on her recent appointment as a Lancet One Health Commissioner. This initiative convened the inaugural meeting of the approximately 20 Commissioners from around the world who are experts in One Health related fields. Over a period of three […]

Something Special Happening Nevis Schools

The Household Nutrition Security Project team has found something special happening in the schools in Nevis… and it is changing how the children view agriculture and local food.