Gurdip Dev Bath Continues To Extend Assistance To Caribbean Nations

Gurdip Dev Bath continues to extend assistance to Caribbean Nations

Gurdip Dev Bath – A Special Representative of St Kitts and Nevis has been using his position to the fullest to assist the vulnerable. For a longer period, he has been closely associating the sister islands for their well-being and growth.

With his years of service in St Kitts and Nevis, Dev Bath now also holds the prestigious Honorary of the Republic” by the President of Barbados Sandra Mason. The award was conferred to Gurdip Bath for his unprecedented assistance across the Caribbean during the times of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bath continues to be a crucial member of the St Kitts and Nevis, and also helped the Federation sign agreements with 15 different nations across the globe.

The intellectuals of the nation appreciate the St Kitts and Nevis special representative for securing strong diplomatic ties for St Kitts and Nevis with the rest of the world.

At the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gurdip Dev Bath was responsible for securing the vaccinations for the Caribbean region.

He worked with the government of India and secured doses of the Covid-19 vaccines for the Caribbean region ahead of several prominent nations of the world. Notably, when powerful nations like Canada and the Europe were struggling, the Caribbean nations had access to 175,000 doses of the vaccine due to the efforts of Dev Bath.

In over one decade, Bath has continued to support St Kitts and Nevis and the wider Caribbean region in several aspects. In May 2023, he facilitated the donation of laptops to the students of Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College in St Kitts.

He was also responsible for providing food assistance to the people who were most severely affected by the economic crisis brought on by Covid-19. The humanitarian food aid consisted of dry food items that were distributed including essential food items like Pasta, Cereal, Macaroni and Cheese, canned baked beans, Canned Tuna and more.

His efforts in terms of humanitarian assistance and support have helped not only St Kitts and Nevis but also the wider Caribbean indealing with the devastation caused by Covid-19. The people give him and his team credit of saving hundreds of lives that could have been lost during the COVID-19 pandemic

His efforts were also acknowledged by the President of Barbados, Dame Sandra Prunella Mason who honoured him with the title of The Honorary of the Republic. The title was conferred upon him during a short but significant ceremony hosted in June 2023 at Bridgetown Barbados.