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Florida Treasure Coast Delegation Visits Grand Bahama, Bahamas
CBA Executive Director Calvin Turnquest led a delegation from the Florida Treasure Cost including Mayor Linda Hudson from Fort Pierce and St. Lucie County Commission Chair, Kim Johnson to Grand Bahama, Bahamas in May 2016. Read More......
The Council for Concerned Bahamians Abroad (CBA) was established in 2012. The Council is a non-partisan, apolitical group of Bahamians Abroad, and Friends of the Bahamas concerned about policies and initiatives affecting the Bahamas, its people, its economy, and its development. The Council’s concerns include the protection and preservation of the economic and family interests of Bahamians residing or domiciled outside the Bahamas. A primary concern of the Council is the impact of Bahamian governmental initiatives.
The Council has issued an invitation to all Bahamians and Bahamian organizations residing or domiciled outside the Bahamas, Bahamian-Americans, and Friends of the Bahamas with concerns about the future of the Bahamas and its people to participate in CBA forums and activities. The Council's Internet hub at www.ourbahamas.org serves as an online gathering place and forum for expatriate Bahamians wherever they are located.
As a voice for Bahamians Abroad, the Council’s primary function is to provide a forum to monitor, analyze, and discuss policies, initiatives, and issues affecting the Bahamas and its people. The Council as a forum will gather comments and opinions, and publish informed reports addressing solutions to the issues, needs and effects of such policies and initiatives.
Contributing to nation building and problem solving, CBA administers a special project “The Bring It Home Initiative” (BIHI) designed to assist the Bahamas in its development by utilizing the talents and contributions of Bahamians and Friends of the Bahamas residing or domiciled Abroad. Further information about the Council can be obtained by visiting www.ourbahamas.org.