Dominica Maintained Employment Scheme Through CBI Funds

Dominica Maintained Employment Scheme Through CBI Funds

According to Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, maintaining employment was vital both for the economy and citizens’ livelihoods.

Throughout the lockdown, the 72,000-people Caribbean island maintained the National Employment Programme (NEP), costing the government EC$3.7 million per month. The scheme helps young people secure internships and jobs, advance their skills, increase human capacity, benefit local communities, and support long-term economic growth. Revenues from Dominica’s successful Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme fund the NEP.

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