Inspection of St George’s Market

Inspection of St George’s Market

The Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Implementation conducted a health and safety inspection at the St George’s Market on Friday. Read more

Grenadians warned about beach activities

Grenadians warned about beach activities

There has been a noticeable increase in mass gatherings in Grenada which has caused the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) to once again warn against the no

UNESCO: Digital divide threatening to become new face of inequality

UNESCO: Digital divide threatening to become new face of inequality

The COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced the importance of the internet as a window of education, access to information, health, culture and countless other aspects of daily life. Read

 Women leaders call for integrating mental health into COVID-19 response

Women leaders call for integrating mental health into COVID-19 response

As the pandemic deepens economic and social stress, violence against women intensifies, with serious consequences for their mental health. Read more

‘My children ask me when I am coming home’: stranded seafarers share their frustrations

‘My children ask me when I am coming home’: stranded seafarers share their frustrations

Hundreds of thousands of seafarers are finding themselves stranded at sea, sometimes for over a year, and with no end in sight, as a result of COVID-19 travel restrictions. The unc

 Delivering life-saving vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic

Delivering life-saving vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic

When Munnibala Suman got on a bike for the first time in March, it wasn't for fun. The 50-year-old health worker had been administering vaccines in the state of Bihar, India, f

COVID-19 highlights need for renewed, inclusive multilateralism: UN chief

COVID-19 highlights need for renewed, inclusive multilateralism: UN chief

With the COVID-19 pandemic putting development gains at risk, exposing vulnerabilities and inequalities both within and among nations, the UN Secretary-General is urging government

Coronavirus cases in the Caribbean to date: 71,825

Coronavirus cases in the Caribbean to date: 71,825

Confirmed Caribbean coronavirus cases as of today, July 17: Read more

Live Blog: Over 71,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the Caribbean

Live Blog: Over 71,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the Caribbean

Travel restrictions and health alerts were issued earlier this year as the coronavirus (COVID-19), which originated in Wuhan, China infiltrated almost every reg

COVID-19: UN relief chief urges G20 to step up to avert ‘cascading crises’ in fragile countries

COVID-19: UN relief chief urges G20 to step up to avert ‘cascading crises’ in fragile countries

The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting recession are set to trigger the first increase in global poverty in three decades, pushing 265 million people to the point of starvation by the

    AI for Quitting Tobacco Initiative

AI for Quitting Tobacco Initiative

Meet Florence, WHO's first virtual health worker, designed to help the world's 1.3 billion tobacco users quit. She uses artificial intelligence to dispel myths around

How WHO is supporting ongoing vaccination efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic

How WHO is supporting ongoing vaccination efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic

As one deadly disease spreads throughout the world, immunization efforts must continue to prevent outbreaks of other diseases Read more

WHO Director-General pays tribute to Spain’s sacrifices and leadership to confront COVID-19

WHO Director-General pays tribute to Spain’s sacrifices and leadership to confront COVID-19

World Health Organization Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus today joined the leadership of Spain, paying homage to those who have lost their lives in the country due t

Our ‘new normal’ requires human contact, UN chief tells youth webinar on mental health

Our ‘new normal’ requires human contact, UN chief tells youth webinar on mental health

How to adapt and move forward in the new reality of a COVID-19 world was the focus of a UN webinar on Wednesday, which considered how young people can maintain good mental health a

Pandemic putting immunization gains at risk, UN agencies warn

Pandemic putting immunization gains at risk, UN agencies warn

Disruptions in the delivery of immunization services resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic threaten to unravel global gains in reaching more children and young people with a wider r

More than 150 countries engaged in COVID-19 vaccine global access facility

More than 150 countries engaged in COVID-19 vaccine global access facility

Seventy-five countries submit expressions of interest to COVAX Facility, joining up to 90 further countries which could be supported by the COVAX Advance Market Commitment (AMC) Re

 Coronavirus cases in the Caribbean to date: 68,696

Coronavirus cases in the Caribbean to date: 68,696

Confirmed Caribbean coronavirus cases as of today, July 15: Read more 

WHO and UNICEF warn of a decline in vaccinations during COVID-19

WHO and UNICEF warn of a decline in vaccinations during COVID-19

The World Health Organization and UNICEF warned today of an alarming decline in the number of children receiving life-saving vaccines around the world. This is due to disruptions i