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In keeping with its holistic philosophy of development, ICS develops and supports programs for a variety of audiences, including business owners, the community leaders, the policy-maker, and the scholar. ICS main program areas are in the themess of: Trade & Economic Development, Science & Technology, Education & Health, and Sociology & Culture.

 


ICS Programs are designed:
  •     To create space for dialogue on Caribbean-American interests.
  •     To promote the increased economic empowerment of Caribbean-Americans.
  •     To promote increased inclusion of Caribbean-American viewpoints in policy circles.
  •     To facilitate increased educational exchanges between Caribbean and American peoples.
  •     To facilitate the participation of the Caribbean Diaspora in issues pertaining to Caribbean development.
  •     To foster increased cooperation between the Caribbean and other developing country regions, such as Latin America, Africa and Asia.
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