Saba Prepares for Rollout of Healthcare Card

On Wednesday, March 13th, 2024, Commissioner of Health, Eviton Heyliger met with representatives from Zorg & Jeugd Caribisch Nederland (ZJCN) – at the Government Administration Building for the official presentation of the new healthcare card for residents of the Caribbean Netherlands. Also present at the occasion were representatives of the …

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Saba attends IPDC conference to develop climate adaptation plan

At the end of March, representatives of the Public Entity Saba (PES) attended the 2024 conference for the International Panel for Deltas, Coastal Areas and Islands (IPDC) in the Netherlands as part of the process to develop a climate adaptation plan for Saba. Over 100 representatives from 13 different countries, …

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SZW invites parents to apply for child benefits

The Social Affairs and Employment SZW Unit of the National Office for the Caribbean Netherlands RCN is temporarily extending its opening hours and campaigning for child benefits applications. All parents and guardians in the Caribbean Netherlands are entitled to child benefits. Child benefit is US $225 per month per child …

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Government explains impact of new IAB BES law

Recently, the RCN announced the new IAB BES law. This law “Inrichtingen- en Activiteiten Besluit BES” is a new system of environmental regulations that will apply to companies, governments, and related organizations in Saba, St. Eustatius, and Bonaire from the 1st of April 2024. These regulations are a further step …

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New environmental regulations to protect fragile flora and fauna

A new system of environmental regulations will apply to companies, governments, and related organizations in Saba, St. Eustatius, and Bonaire from the 1st of April 2024. These regulations are a further step in the joint efforts of the Netherlands and the islands to better protect island habitats and, in particular, …

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New students General Investigation Officer of the KMar

On Tuesday, the 2nd of April, a new class of 15 students starts the training of General Investigating Officer Dutch Caribbean. It is the first time that the training is given partly in the Netherlands and partly in the Caribbean. The 15 students will start with an introductory bivouac on …

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