Our Partners

We are always seeking out forward-looking companies that share our vision of building Sustainable Communities. The Sagicor Visionaries Challenge program offers a variety of partnership opportunities across the region, to suit companies of any size. Contact us to learn how you can get involved with the Visionaries Challenge.

    Sponsors

  • Sagicor

    Sagicor is synonymous with world-class financial services. Their vision is “To be a great company committed to improving the lives of the people in the communities in which we operate.” Sagicor operates in 21 countries in the Caribbean, Latin America and the United States.

    Sagicor is committed to initiatives and developments which will enhance the long-term quality of life in the communities in which they operate. In this regard, they support developments in the areas of education, health, sports and youth development.

    They are also committed to the maintenance of a healthy living environment and conducting their business in a manner that is environmentally friendly. They will work with other organizations with similar environmental objectives, and will continue to seek opportunities to influence development which will ensure that the legacy they pass to future generations is a world that is still a natural and healthy place to live.

  • Caribbean Examinations Council

    The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) was established in 1972 under Agreement by the Participating Governments to conduct such examinations as it may think appropriate and award certificates and diplomas on the results of any such examinations so conducted.

    CXC’s mission is to provide the region with: syllabuses of the highest quality; valid and reliable examinations and certificates of international repute for students of all ages, abilities and interests; and services to educational institutions in the development of syllabuses, examinations and examinations administration in the most cost-effective way.

    It comprises 16 Participating Territories, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and The Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago and Turks and Caicos Islands.

  • Caribbean Science Foundation

    The Caribbean Science Foundation (CSF) is an independent, non-profit non-governmental organization. The work of the CSF is supported in part by the Caribbean Diaspora for Science, Technology and Innovation (CADSTI) which founded the CSF as its implementation arm in 2010. CADSTI has its centre of gravity outside the Region, and its primary function is to mine and mobilize the resources in the world-wide Caribbean Diaspora in support of the CSF.

    The mission of the Caribbean Science Foundation (CSF) is to assist with the diversification of the economies of the Caribbean Region by harnessing science and technology for economic development, and to help raise the standard of living of Caribbean people. Specifically, the CSF will continue to:

    1. 1. Stimulate technology‐based entrepreneurship ‐ by identifying and funding science and technology projects in new and existing enterprises that are relevant to the economic development needs of the Region.
    2. 2. Accelerate education reform that supports technology‐based entrepreneurship by promoting and funding programs that focus on:
      • • The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) disciplines.
      • • Business and entrepreneurship education.
      • • Foreign languages and communication skills in schools, universities and other educational venues.
    3. 3. Provide scientific and engineering advisory services to Caribbean governments by working with CADSTI to leverage the expertise that resides in the Diaspora.