Speaking on the development via Instagram, Chairperson Makini Barrow said:
Let me introduce our team for Caribbean Women in Leadership, St. Vincent and the Grenadines Chapter (CIWILSVG). It is an extremely proud moment and achievement not just for me but my Country.
CIWILSVG envisions a St. Vincent and the Grenadines characterised by transformational leadership of Vincentian women. It seeks to aid in the participation and representation of females in SVG political and public life by creating a space and community that allows women to grow and be celebrated.
CIWIL is an organisation that continues to place the tools needed to empower us women.
The CIWLSVG team expresses their utmost gratitude for this opportunity to serve a positive impact on Vincentian society through strategies of advocacy, education, training, mentoring and dialogue.
We are looking forward to building a partnership of women empowerment in SVG.