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St Kitts and Nevis Back Chat Group's Visit to Montserrat
5-7 March 2006

 

Students from St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat sharing their experiences

Lava flow in Montserrat

Between 5-7 March 2006, 23 students from the St. Kitts and Nevis Back Chat groups and six coordinators went on a field trip to Montserrat. The St. Kitts and Nevis Coastguard boat took them on the three-hour trip to Montserrat. While in Montserrat, they visited several schools, and the radio station, and conduct an island tour including a visit to the famous volcano. They spread the message of Small Islands Voice and eco-friendly practices to the students and the whole population of Montserrat. The trip to Montserrat was a very interesting and informative one. Not only did the St. Kitts and Nevis students share their Small Islands Voice and Back Chat activities, but they were also able to see firsthand the destruction the volcanic eruptions have done to Montserrat.

Following the visit the Montserrat Secondary School has made a request to become involved in Small Islands Voice.

Photo Gallery

Getting to Montserrat

 


At the jetty in St. Kitts & Nevis

St. Kitts and Nevis Coastguard boat

Asleep on the boat crossing

Sharing experiences with students in Montserrat

Seeing the impacts of the volcanic eruption firsthand


At the Seismic Monitoring Centre

Seismograph

Plymouth Clock Tower and War Memorial before the 1995 volcanic eruptions (left) and the after the volcanic crisis 1995-1998 (right)

Lava flows

Model of the volcano and lava flows
Views of the former capital, Plymouth, buried in ash

Looking towards the smoking volcano from the Northern Safe Zone, March 2006
 

To get involved, contact :

 
 

National Co-ordinator
Mr. Antonio Maynard
St Kitts and Nevis National Commission for UNESCO
PO Box 333, Cayon Street
Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis
T: + 1 869 466 8581
F: +1 869 465 9069
unesconatcom@caribsurf.com

 

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