Saba celebrates Children’s Rights Week

Children and their parents this week are taking part in a fun-filled program of the Children’s Rights Week which is organized on Saba every year in November. This year’s theme is: Reimagine a better future for every child. The annual Children’s Rights Week started on Monday, November 15 with the …

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Jim Garza determined to get hydroponics farm up and running

There might be some challenges with the hydroponics farm, but Jim Garza of Gezondheid Farms keeps working diligently to make this project a success, keeping the focus on developing an intensive horticulture greenhouse facility that will feed many families on Saba.  “I am committed to seeing this through.” With funding …

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Saba Lions Club donates dictionaries to schools

The Saba Lions Club on Wednesday, November 17, donated a set of dictionaries to secondary education students of the Saba Comprehensive School (SCS). Saba Unspoiled Leo’s Club President Vernisha Robinson, Secretary Kimson Guerrier, and Leo Advisor Lion Mary Thielman met a group of students of form 1 and ‘praktijk onderwijs’ …

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Diver missing off coast of Saba since Monday – Updated

The Daily Herald reports that a diver has gone missing off the coast of Saba since Monday, No­vember 15. It concerns a 70-year-old woman from the United States who was visiting Saba as a tourist. The Police Force Carib­bean Netherlands KPCN received notice of a miss­ing diver on Monday. “At …

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Child Focus visited Statia

In October, Child Focus, in collaboration with Saba Conservation Foundation (SCF) and St. Eustatius National Parks Association (STENAPA), organized a trip for children of Saba’s Junior Rangers and Snorkel Club to Statia . On October 15, a group of 38 children, accompanied by coordinators, parents and teen volunteers, went to …

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