International Education

The St. Kitts and Nevis Accreditation Board is also tasked to accredit tertiary-level education institutions and programmes that lead to MB.BS/M.D. degrees. It is essential that schools located in the Federation that offer these programs adhere to international and national standards of educational quality.  By judging compliance to the Federation a ...

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Renewable Energy

According to the National Energy Policy, St. Kitts’ vision is to become the smallest green nation in the Western Hemisphere – with a sustainable energy sector, where reliable, renewable, clean and affordable energy services are provided to all its citizens. ...

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Information Technology

The Ministry of Information and Technology has set in place a strategic roadmap to ensure that St. Kitts is well positioned in this rapidly evolving marketplace. A new state of the art National Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Center is now in operation, equipped with training rooms, video conferencing facilities and technical experts ...

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Agriculture

The agriculture sector holds great potential for the creation of wealth for potential investors. The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has set in place an Agricultural Development Strategy in response global threats to food security.  The increasing demand for food staples spurred on by the increasing world population and the adverse effects on the ...

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Tourism

St. Kitts is quite arguably one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in the Caribbean region, with a stay over visitor arrival averaging an increase of 13.4 percent over the past five years. This upturn in visitor arrival is expected to continue well into the future with the anticipated completion of the Christophe Harbour, Ocean’s Edge an ...

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Light Manufacturing

The manufacturing sector is a major pillar of the St. Kitts economy. It has been a consistent contributor to the domestic economy and the overall development of St. Kitts and Nevi over the last 30 years. The sector contributes approximately 8 -10 % of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and sustains over 2000 jobs or 8.54 % of the country’s workforce.  St. ...

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Financial Services

St. Kitts is considered by many to be the financial capital of the Eastern Caribbean; home of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, The Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange, the Eastern Caribbean Regulatory Commission, The Eastern Caribbean Central Securities Registry, the Eastern Caribbean Central Securities Depository, the Eastern Caribbean Instit ...

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