Prime Minister praises GB Minister for success of regional initiative
Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas — Prime Minister and Treasurer, Hon. Philip Davis has some good news for the people of Grand Bahamas.
After hearing the glowing reports first hand and watching a special documentary, Prime Minister Davis announced the continuation of the Beautiful Grand Bahamas Project, which has employed hundreds of Grand Bahamians, across the island.
In his keynote speech at the opening of the Collabo Headquarters and Transition Home and Resource Center on the grounds of Trip Circle on Saturday, December 17, 2022, the Prime Minister said it would be nearly impossible not to continue the Beautiful Grand Bahamas program. rice field. I hear so many great things about it.
“Beautiful Grand Bahamas will continue until other growth and other projects can proceed,” Davis said.
“As you may have seen or heard, Beautiful Grand Bahamas is not just about landscaping and cleaning, it is about changing lives to prepare for something better. Expect Beautiful Grand Bahama workers to be a part of the planned new hospital when it’s buried in the soil.Beautiful Grand Bahama workers when the shovel is buried in the ground at the new airport. I want you to be there too.
“This program will be your feeder program for bigger things.”
The Beautiful Grand Bahamas Initiative was founded by the Grand Bahamas Minister. Ginger Moxie not only helped clean up the communities around the island, but was also the means by which many unemployed Grand Bahamians were able to regain hope and dignity and the opportunity to earn a living again. The program also taught both men and women various construction techniques.
The project, which initially ran for three months and then extended for several more weeks, was finally finished, but the people who were part of it were constantly calling for the program to resume.
Needless to say, the Prime Minister’s announcement of the continuation of the program was met with loud applause, cheers and admiration during the ceremony at the Trip Circle.
“One of the major initiatives that the Grand Bahamas Minister has implemented this year is the Beautiful Grand Bahamas program. This is one of the first initiatives to be placed under the Collab Unit. , the program has impacted lives, revitalized communities, helped those who felt hopeless, lifted those who were discouraged, and restored dignity to hundreds of Grand Bahamians.”
Another initiative launched by Minister Moxy to further develop the Grand Bahama community was Collab (short for collaboration). grand bahamas.
One of Collab’s first major projects was the restoration of a Trip Circle home. The house that had been used years earlier to house police officers and their families had been abandoned and further dilapidated as a result of various hurricanes.
While campaigning as a candidate in the last election, Minister Moxie toured abandoned homes in Tripp Circle and said they could have done better at the time. As Minister of Grand Bahamas, Minister Moxie will continue to work as transitional housing for families and single mothers who may need to preserve, restore and lend a hand until they can “get back on their feet.” I have decided that I can use it.
Workers at Beautiful Grand Bahama played a major role in cleaning the property and restoring the home. In addition to Colab’s offices in Grand Bahama Province, one of his restored homes in Trip Circle will be used as a resource center.
Prime Minister Davis said, “I expected the Ministers and Departments of Grand Bahama to take an innovative approach in tackling the island’s long-standing problems.” , and we believe this model can be used throughout the Bahamas, and we plan to do modeling nationwide.”
“The primary focus of Collab’s Beautiful Grand Bahama is the empowerment of the Bahamas. It’s not just about providing jobs and entrepreneurial opportunities, it’s about changing lives. I call on you to further expand what can only be seen as a revolutionary initiative that brings true collaboration for
Prime Minister Davis congratulated Minister Moxy on his achievements since being appointed Minister of Grand Bahamas. He expressed confidence in his Beautiful Grand Bahamas project and in everything it accomplished, including a cleanup program and a “second chance” housing project that employed so many people.
“When we took office in 2021, one of our government’s major priorities was to rebuild the Grand Bahamas Ministry as a full ministry. We have created this ministry with a new mandate to partner with institutions, and the community at large, to support the basic needs of our residents and to support the growth and development of Grand Bahama Island.
“As we know, Grand Bahama was severely impacted by Hurricane Dorian, and the economic and social impact of the Covid 19 pandemic has further hampered recovery efforts. Grand Bahama has suffered terribly. I was there.
“This is why we believe it is essential that the Department of Grand Bahama is mandated to liaise with other ministries and to work with the Port Authority of Grand Bahama to work in the best interests of Grand Bahama. is.
“We felt it was appropriate to establish these partnerships to effectively execute this island project and realize the long-told potential of Grand Bahama Island. A ministry built on foundations, my administration recognizes that these partnerships will provide much-needed relief to the people of Grand Bahamas and are vital to the island’s economic growth.”
Pointing out that the Prime Minister has an admirable task to help restore, revitalize and revolutionize the economy of Grand Bahamas, Minister Moxley said the best cause for action would be to create a new unit within the Ministry of Grand Bahamas. I decided that it was.
At the time, Minister Moxie argued that her ministry’s mission was to be a partnership, to work together to identify problems, create a workable framework, and implement swiftly for best results. did.
“We believe the Department of Grand Bahama has found a simple yet innovative formula to move things forward,” Davis said.
“We are all working together on this issue. We will continue to work hard to inspire our people and transform our country.”
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