Grenada Sending Delegation to Morocco For Education Talks


Above: Rabat

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Grenada is sending a delegation to Morocco beginning June 30 to discuss cooperation on education between the two countries.

Education Minister Anthony Boatswain will lead the delegation, which will include senior human resource development officer Andrew Augustine and Lincoln Morgan, CEO of the National Training Agency.

The two sides will hold talks with an emphasis on scholarships and technical education, according to a government statement from Grenada.

Boatswain will also meet with a group of Grenadian students who are currently studying in Morocco.

There are now 38 Grenadians in undergraduate programmes in Morocco.

The Moroccan government is sponsoring the trip.

Morocco has been stepping up its engagement with the Caribbean in recent years, particularly with countries in the Eastern Caribbean.


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