Dominica's Education Sector Opens Up Opportunities for the Children of Foreign Investors

The renovation of the Commonwealth of Dominica Primary School has been completed. The reconstruction cost US$ 1.4 million.

“We are thankful to the Government of Dominica and the Delices people are also thankful to the Canadian Government for giving them this place for learning. We have always taken education very, very seriously, and I can only see better things with this new school for the teachers and students, who now have a better ambience for learning, and I predict good things for the Delices Primary School,” said Ken Edwards, the Member of Parliament for the La Plaine Constituency.

In addition to investment from Canada, the country receives foreign direct investment from the Citizenship by Investment program. Launched in 1993, the program attracts more and more foreign investors every year who care about their future and the future of their families.

“According to a Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) report, CBI funds have contributed to the rehabilitation of 15 schools, finding intern placements for education mentors and sponsoring students abroad. Currently, the programme is also supporting the construction of a new primary school in Dominica.” - writes prnewswire.


Source: prnewswire

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