Prince Harry’s visit : Call for submission for NGOs to highlight their work

Prince Harry’s visit : Call for submission for NGOs to highlight their work


PRESS RELEASE – As Saint Lucia awaits the official visit by His Royal Highness Prince Harry in late November 2016, the planning committee established under the auspices of the Office of the Governor General plans to

use the opportunity of the Royal visit to highlight the work of Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) across the island.

To this end, some groups will be invited to make a short presentation to His Royal Highness at an appropriate point during his visit.

According to the Director of the Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT), Mr. Bishnu Tulsie, “Considering the Prince’s interests which include matters related to the environment, climate change, youths, persons with disabilities, health and the elderly, the Trust, which forms part of the planning committee is pleased to issue a call to all NGOs undertaking work in the aforementioned areas to submit for screening information on their projects.

These will be included in the proposed programme and compendium”.

The deadline for submission is Monday, October 24, 2016. Interested persons are asked to obtain more details at or call the SLNT at 452-5005


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  1. What a joke. The only NGO s here that actually do anything are run by ex pats. The local ones misappropriate most of the money they receive. Just look at the "hydroponic farm" at the boys training center. All that money gone and no farm.


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