With major challenges facing the region’s fisheries sector, fisheries professionals must build their capacity to provide leadership in the process of transforming the fisheries sector.
Aspiring Chef Cordell Wells a 10th grader at the N.G.M. Major High School in Long Island, was crowned the winner of the National All-Island Senior Young Chef competition.
A regional training workshop will focus on information and knowledge-sharing for sustainable fisheries management in the Caribbean.
Fifteen year old Kenisha Stubbs of St. John’s College, emerged as the junior Young Chef Champion of the 21st Annual Young Chef Championship.
Fisheries ministers call for urgent governance and management to ensure coordinated and concerted action for sustainable use and conservation of flyingfish resources.
Taniesha Rolle of C.R. Walker Senior High School emerged the winner of the New Providence Senior Young Chef contest and will compete in the National Championships scheduled to be held on March 14th.
While commercial fisheries are key in helping secure foreign exchange earnings in the region, small-scale fisheries are dominant in supplying badly needed jobs, and ensuring food security.
Kenisha Stubbs of St. John’s High School won the 2013 New Providence Junior Champion Young Chef Contest sponsored by Mahatma Rice and Robin Hood Flour.
Chef Jacques Carlino is known for his lunches at Blue Caviar Le Bistro on Blake Road, but for the past four months he has made waves on the dinner scene at his newly opened Blue Caviar Le Restaurant near Lyford Cay.