• Miss
    easy, creating further problems. This also showed the need for population control due to the fear of high levels of teenage pregnancies occurring. On the other hand, the need to attain population level in order to attain development is also argued. Now when Trinidad and Tobago began getting...
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  • Sociology
    relatively stable but with the increase to modern medicine this might be the reason for the increase. Another factor that is taking place in the society of Trinidad and Tobago is there is a increase in teenage pregnancies but with a relatively low food supply population is not at a rapid increase. One...
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  • Population Density
    system in Trinidad & Tobago. Also, what has also influence the decrease in population could be the fact that Trinidad & Tobago has a high crime rate which is a resultant of Poor Crime plans or insufficient lack of funds to help “beef up” the island’s Protective Services. Economically...
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  • The Sba
    Programme countries, relatively high rates were evident in 1990 in Trinidad| |especially among women |and Tobago (21.8%), St. Vincent/Granadines (18.0%) and Barbados (17.2%). In Trinidad and Tobago, however, the rate | | |had declined to 13.1% by 1999. Barbados also...
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  • Research Propsal
    and HIV prevalence rate of about1.5% at the end of 2010. These prevalence figures only represent the public health sector and some key private labs which comply reporting to the Trinidad and Tobago Public Health Laboratory could an under-estimate of the true level HIV prevalence. METHODOLOGY...
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  • Povery Ia for Caribbean Studies
    Education and Opportunity Persons more so children, in Tobago, who comes from low income housing are very high risk of educational underachievement. This is a process that usually begins immediately in elementary school. For children in poverty their rates of teenage pregnancy and juvenile...
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  • With the Use of Health Indicators Describe the Health of the Nation
    infant and maternal mortality rates, higher life expectancy and higher Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita.7 This picture reflects a positive health outcome for Trinidad and Tobago, since a high life expectancy of a nation is indicative of a nation experiencing a high quality of life where...
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  • Should Sexual Education Be Taught in Schools
    does. There are several studies that show the average age of the first sexual encounter is fourteen in Trinidad and Tobago, with more than seventy five per cent of teenagers becoming sexually active by the age of sixteen. These studies also indicate the high prevalence of HIV among young people with...
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  • Caribbean Studies
    from the 1880s up to 1921 occurring as it did at a time when indentured migration was declining, it helped to slow down further rates of growth and in some cases, notably in Barbados, it was chiefly responsible for declines in population that took place after 1881. The main outward movement in the...
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  • Youth Unemployment in the Caribbean: Social and Economic Backgrounds
    contraceptives remain fearfully low. Only a quarter of the CARICOM school-going sexually active sample are reported to use contraceptive and only negligibly more worry about getting pregnant or causing a pregnancy. Adolescent and undesired pregnancy— - As a natural sequence, there is an alarmingly high rate of...
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  • Obses
    their males obese. The top three countries with obese females are Barbados with 83.3% of their females obese, Trinidad and Tobago and Dominica are tied for second place with 80.8% of their females and Jamaica is in third with 79%. Have these places always been obese and were just noticing it or...
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  • Curriculum Evaluation
    competence. POLITICAL FEASIBILITY The justification behind the H.F.L.E. Curriculum lies in the social changes that are negatively impacting on children and youth in the Caribbean. Among the major concerns in Trinidad and Tobago are poverty, teenage pregnancy, juvenile delinquency, HIV...
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  • Crime and Violence Report
    , “Without a doubt, the high level of violent crime remains our most troubling and pressing problem.” In opening the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago in September 2005, President George Maxwell Richards said the country was in crisis due to the escalating crime rate. Through multiple channels, crime...
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  • Foundations
    , principals, vice principals and heads of departments are the leaders in our schools and they are responsible for coordinating all school activities and providing an environment where learning can take place. Teachers are seen as facilitators of learning, they are engaged in activities which are likely to...
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  • Comparative Analysis of Local Media Coverage of a Selected Story
    Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs)” and the second was entitled “Women's Political Participation: Making Gender Equality in Politics a Reality”. She returned to Trinidad on the morning of September 20, 2011, and gave a press conference where she reiterated some of the points which...
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  • Report
    in my country Trinidad and Tobago for example “don” and “shotta” is used amongst school children especially teenage boys who tend to rate this as being a “Bigman” or “Badboy”. The book was truly an inspiration to me and was worth reading. Footnotes: [1] “The cost of living in Jamaica...
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  • Report
    aged 15-24 years was twice as high as for females. The reverse was observed in Trinidad and Tobago and the Dominican Republic where the rate among young females aged 15-24 years was twice as high as among their male cohort. Migrant workers the report noted were also vulnerable. As these workers may be...
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  • African Families
    half of the population in both Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana is of African descent (Barrow 1996). The African-Caribbean family has unique mating and childrearing patterns. Some of these patterns include absent fathers, grandmother-dominated households, frequently terminated common-law unions, and...
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  • Public Sector Management
    the dollar. Controlling the price of goods and services imports in Tobago will be a huge factor in this THA election. People would support the party that will implement measures and policies to sustain economic growth, whilst reducing the impact of a high inflation rate. Where lower inflation cannot...
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  • Drfd
    learning opportunities.” In conjunction with other key ministries, the Ministry of Education has been charged with the realization of the following goals: The people of Trinidad and Tobago will be well known for excellence in innovation. Trinidad and Tobago will have a seamless, self-renewing, high...
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