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Kenson Casimir shared his vision with National Youth Policy

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Saint Lucia: Kenson Casimir, the Minister for Sports and Youth Development of Saint Lucia revealed in his recent appearance about some briefs on the National Youth Policy under the plans of the government to bring benefits and great for the young generation in their career.

Minister Kenson Casimir mentioned in his statement that the decision in this path is taken to bring better opportunities for the youngsters in the nation and the policy will also work in the direction of integrating the stakeholders in the corporate and other sectors.

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The intention behind the implementation of the policy is to bring ways of development to the youngsters which they can explore and could help in the growth of the nation by enhancing their skills and talent.

In the statement, Minister Kenson Casimir stated, “It’s a policy document that we’ve been working on for a long time. We believe that young people have a major role to play in the development of this country.”

Minister said on the potential of the policy on the youth that the government is taking this step which is going to shape the future of our next generation and make their way forward.

While speaking about the National Youth Policy, Kenson Casimir also added the establishment of the Semi-Pro Football League in Saint Lucia which is seen as a major step toward the growth of sports culture on the island nation.

Minister Kenson also mentioned about the long going relations and cooperation between the Saint Lucia government and the Taiwan government under which they came up with many projects leading to the growth of citizens.

The minister said that the government of Taiwan invested two hundred thousand dollars in Saint Lucia dedicated to skill development which is a major point of focus in the National Youth Policy. This was also the influence that led towards the launch of the Semi-Pro Football League which was on paper since a decade.

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Minister Kenson Casimir added in his speech, “We are going to be having a parenting workshop for these young people with programme. We know that a lot of complaints are about parents in the household and their role.”

He also said that, “With this programme, we are going to be bringing all the young men into a room to have discussions to train them on what it means to be a father in the modern world.”

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