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PM Terrance Drew appreciates wife Diani for visiting Pre-schools and offering them water

NewsPM Terrance Drew appreciates wife Diani for visiting Pre-schools and offering them water

Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis: Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. Terrance Drew extended gratitude to his wife, Diani Jimesha Prince Drew for her visit to pre-schools and offering them clean and potable water facilities ensuring their health and nourishment.

PM Drew took to his official Facebook account and shared glimpses of Diani James’s visit to schools and said: “I really want to thank my wife for visiting the little ones at the pre-schools and daycares, and bringing them much needed potable water during this time of drought and increased heat.”


Diani James visited several pre-schools in communities including Louisa Grant PreSchool (Conaree), Vera’s Day Care (Cayon), Ray of Hope (Needsmust), KeBabies Child Development (Conaree), St. Peter’s Daycare (St. Peter’s), Nana’s House (St. Peter’s) and Cayon Day Care (Cayon).

She also shared glimpses of her meeting with the children on her Facebook account and said “I was extremely happy to personally hand over donations of water to each pre-school, which is very important in this period of extreme drought.”

While shedding light on her visit, she noted that she was extremely delighted to personally handover water to each pre-school. In these drought conditions, where everyone is suffering from water scarcity, it is essential to offer water to these children so that they can stay hydrated which is very necessary for their body in order to carry nutrients.

She shared insights about her meeting with children and said that she enjoyed spending time with the beautiful children who were confident, spirited and intelligent. During the conversation with the children, she also learnt about their favourite colours, kite flying activities, sports and many more.

During her visit, she also interacted with the teachers and learnt a lot about early childhood education and the performance of the students. Her visit and interaction with the authorities and students reflect her commitment and dedication towards development in the education sector and providing all the comfort access to the citizens of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis.

Diani Jimesha expressed gratitude to the administration of all the pre-schools she visited for being so welcoming and for allowing her to spend time with the children.


Additionally, Diani also appreciated the backyard garden of St. Peter’s Daycare and stated this is a great initiative which plays a significant role in promoting food security and reducing food importation. The school management made the usage of old tyres in order to plant herbs and vegetables which also emphasises their creativity.

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