List of Centres Currently Collecting Data for the Government’s Poverty Alleviation Programme

List of Centres Currently Collecting Data for the Government’s Poverty Alleviation Programme

LIST OF CENTRES DATA COLLECTION VENUE/ ZONE

St. Peter’s Primary School

Newtown Community Centre

McKnight Community Centre

People Empowerment Centre (Agriculture Department, Springfield)

Challengers Community Centre

Bronte Welsh Primary School

Old Road Community Centre

Charles E Mills High School (Sandy Point)

St. Paul’s Community Centre

Dieppe Bay Primary School

Saddler’s Primary School

Tabernacle Community Centre

Joshua Obadiah Williams Primary School (Molineux)

Violet Petty Primary School (Lodge)

Cayon Community Centre

Conaree Community Centre (for residents of Key’s and Conaree)

The Team Unity Government wishes to inform the public that Phase 1 of its Poverty Alleviation Programme is now ongoing in St. Kitts. The Poverty  Alleviation Programme seeks to provide financial support of EC$500 per month  to households with a total gross monthly income below EC$3,000. Phase 1 consists of a data gathering exercise to collect important information  from persons who are applying for this $500 monthly support. The data  collection exercise is expected to run up until Wednesday, August 15th, 2018 in  St. Kitts. Information concerning the start of the data collection exercise in Nevis will be announced in a subsequent Bulletin Board notice.

The application process for the $500 Household Support is as follows:

– Only one person per household (that is, the head of the household) will be  required to apply at the nearest application centre.

– The application centres will operate on weekdays (excluding holidays) from  10:00am to 6:00pm, allowing you to apply after work.

– Friendly, professional and helpful data collectors will gladly assist you in filling  out the questionnaire.

– The Government intends to accommodate applications from all interested  parties and asks that all applicants be honest and forthright in their responses.

– It is important to know that all persons collecting data have taken and are  bound by oaths of confidentiality to collect and safeguard the information  collected.