Voices of Children on Poverty in Trinidad
The voices of children on their realities and perceptions are central to understanding and addressing issues of concern to them, including poverty. Children account for approximately one quarter of the population of Trinidad and Tobago, a significant proportion and globally, research shows that children usually account for approximately half of the poor. This research provides insight into the perceptions of children on poverty in Trinidad; what they think, how they feel.
United Nations Multi-Country Sustainable Development Framework in the Caribbean
Trinidad and Tobago Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2011
A Pilot Study on the Role of Women in Communities: The Case of East Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago Annual Country Report on Country Implementation Plan