Guest Author: The Honourable Darron Lloyd. Mr. Lloyd who serves on the Dominican Cabinet of Ministers, knows the importance of books for child development. As […]
Children learning from new books. Libraries replenished. Smiles in schools across the Eastern Caribbean. That’s the signs of progress in literacy so far this academic
With school back in session for the 2022-23 year, Hands Across the Sea has tackled the impacts of the pandemic on learning losses to get
Hands Across the Sea has made an indelible mark on SVG already this academic year. Read on to learn how we have supported literacy while
On Sunday, November 6, the northern part of Saint Lucia was pounded by heavy rainfall caused by a trough, leaving a trail of destruction in
Recognized for its focused and diligent work promoting literacy in the Eastern Caribbean, Hands Across the Sea will partner with the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States on
Mrs. Karen Browne-Francis couldn’t stand what she was witnessing any longer. The National Focal Point for Early Learners Support in Antigua, Mrs. Browne-Francis saw precious
Although the children were still able to resume borrowing books upon returning to school in person, Palsy and Mrs. Webbe knew there was still untapped potential behind the reading and lending experience.