As part of the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME) initiative to get youngsters more knowledgeable about the Caribbean, the CSME secretariat conducted its second phase of youth exchange with Jamaican students coming to this country.
The students will assess documents and functioning sectors and conduct reports on their findings.
Some 19 students from this country were sent as exchange students to St. Kitts where they spent two weeks conducting similar activities.
CSME representative Joel Richards called on the students to learn as much as they can, as the lessons learnt, will be applied to real life situations.
The focal point person for Jamaica, Alicia Morris, says her team of close to 20 students is looking forward to the learning experience under the exchange programme.