The British Virgin Islands is now poised to implement projects, programmes and policy initiatives across five priority sectors following the passage of the Recovery to Development Plan.
The first phase in the installation of seismic equipment is to be completed this week as Engineers from the Puerto Rico Strong Motion Programme at the University of Puerto Rico in Mayaguez are currently in the Territory.
Fifty local contractors and suppliers are now versed on the preparation of bids for projects funded by the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB).
Assessors are receiving training in techniques to collect information for the Participatory Poverty Assessment (PPA).
A series of public consultative meetings aimed at providing a progress update on the enVIsion 2040 physical development project will begin today, October 31.
The public is invited to attend a series of public meetings to receive progress updates on the enVIsion 2040 physical development project.
The RDA now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified bidders for the track preparation at the A. O. Shirley Sports Grounds, Road Town, Tortola.
The BVI Amateur Radio League has increased its membership with the introduction of three (3) newly licenced operators.
The Government of the Virgin Islands is the recipient of several generators gifted by the Government of the United Kingdom (UK).
Tons of scrap metal and derelict vehicles collected as the first barge leaves the Virgin Islands.