St Kitts and Nevis High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Kevin Isaac was delighted to donate laptops to Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College students in Basseterre. The donation was supported by Mr Gurdip Dev Bath, and HC Isaac expressed his sincerest gratitude to Gurdip Bath for this donation.
The donation was made during a handing-over ceremony on Monday, May 8, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs office. It came following a pledge by HC Kevin Isaac to donate advanced laptops during his visit to the college in April 2023. He is working with his partners in the UK – United Kingdom to support the students of St Kitts and Nevis in securing advanced technology.
During the handing-over ceremony, HC Isaac thanked Mr Gurdip Bath and said he was very grateful and wished to thank him publicly for this donation. “His continued support is appreciated,” stated the HC.
Additionally, the Permanent Secretary in the Foreign Affairs Ministry also shared remarks on behalf of Kevin Isaac during the ceremony. The dean Laverne Brookes and students of the Division of Arts, Sciences & General Studies (ASGS) were also delighted and thanked H.C. Kevin Isaac and Dev Bath for donating laptops.
The dean also assured the Ministry that the laptops would be used well and would benefit students using the Computer Laboratory at Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College.
This donation of laptops to the students is a significant gesture of support from the St Kitts and Nevis government and signifies the government’s commitment to the education of its citizens and belief in the power of education to change their lives.
This is a great development for the education system in the island nation. With this initiative, all students will have access to the necessary resources to succeed in their studies. Additionally, the distribution of laptops will help close the digital divide and ensure all students have equal opportunities.