Anegada residents now have an improved health clinic renovated under the ‘SMART’ initiative to make the facility safe and green.
Parents and guardians are encouraged to increase their children’s physical activities on a daily basis and support efforts to promote a healthier Virgin Islands.
Food handlers on Anegada are notified that food handler clinics will be held on the island on April 13 and 18 at the Anegada Library beginning at 9:30 a.m.
Registration for the new fitness challenge promoting physical activity and improving eating habits has been extended to April 15.
The British Virgin Islands Health Services Authority (BVIHSA) is urgently asking residents who have O Negative (O-) and O Positive (O+) type blood to report to the Peebles Hospital immediately and donate blood to the Lab.
Teachers of grades four and five and Physical Education teachers are meeting this week to develop age-appropriate lessons for the Healthy Lifestyle School Intervention Programme.
Residents who attended the Health Estate Planning Lecture are said to have gained a new perspective of death and dying and the provisions that are to be made in advance of these eventualities.
Project Bug Out has joined forces with the Virgin Gorda community to minimise the breeding of mosquitoes on the island.
A series of self-management workshops aimed at assisting persons in the management of non-communicable diseases will be held in April.
Residents of Virgin Gorda are invited to participate in Project Bug Out’s first community clean-up activity tomorrow Saturday, March 12 at 7:00 a.m.