The islands of St Kitts & Nevis form a small state of the Commonwealth. It has a largely rural population of about 55,000.
St Kitts and Nevis
Current work in St. Kitts and Nevis is primarily in the areas of tertiary education, through the Virtual University for Small States of the Commonwealth, technology-enabled learning, and technical and vocational skills development. Learners from St. Kitts and Nevis have also benefited from COL’s open online courses and other resources.
Partnerships are fundamental to COL’s work. Strategic partnerships allow COL to broaden its reach and engage at global, regional and national levels, while implementation partners support COL’s work in communities and institutions across Commonwealth Member States. Partners include multilateral organisations, regional bodies, national governments, government agencies, foundations, civil society organisations, public and private (not-for-profit) institutions and the private sector. COL partnerships assist in improving and extending teaching and learning services to people in the developing Commonwealth.
COL’s partners in St. Kitts and Nevis include:
- Ministry of Education
- Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College
Mr Francil Morris
Deputy Chief Education Officer
Ministry of Education