Trinidad and Tobago
Mission worker: Jo Ella Holman, regional liaison for the Caribbean
REPORT: Trinidad and Tobago: Battling the Resource Curse
Kyle De Lima has an escape plan, just in case. Stamping his shoeless foot on the gas pedal and speeding past quarry security in Trinidad’s lush Northern Range, De Lima explains how the day might come when he is ultimately forced to flee the country.—Upside Down World/Latin America and Caribbean Communication Agency (ALC)
Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE): Real alternative to neoliberal development or just another intellectual fashion?
SSE has now become a growth sector in the international development discourse, stimulated by the growing disenchantment with neoliberal economics and its worship of unfettered markets, as a result of the ongoing global financial and economic crisis.—Latin America and Caribbean Communication Agency (ALC)
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) relates to our partner church in Trinidad and Tobago through the Caribbean and North American Council for Mission (CANACOM). Our partners in Trinidad and Tobago are refreshingly open to working cooperatively, to doing together what we can not do alone. CANACOM and other regional organizations of churches allow churches of all sizes and settings to unite as equal participants in ministry.
Read a brief history of Trinidad and Tobago
Presbyterian Church in Trinidad and Tobago
The Presbyterian Church in Trinidad and Tobago has approximately 40,000 members. It relates to the PC(USA) and other regional partners through CANACOM (Caribbean and North American Council for Mission).
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