Zandoli Congratulates Saint Lucia on Peaceful Democratic Elections


Port of Spain, Trinidad, June 7, 2016:  Zandoli congratulates Saint Lucians on their new chapter! We look forward to continuing our work with the Government of Saint Lucia in a capacity that serves the greater good of humanity.  After considerable research we are looking to amend our original petition to include that the Sex Offender Registry be accessible to authorized parties.  This includes, but is not limited to law enforcement agencies, health care workers, and education professionals.  We thank the people of Saint Lucia for their support in helping bring this effort to the desks of our leaders.  We entrust them to move forward with the safety of Saint Lucians as their highest priority.



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Congratulations Saint Lucia


ZANDOLI INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION congratulates Saint Lucians on their new chapter! We look forward to working with the Government of Saint Lucia in a capacity that serves the greater good of humanity. We say a special “Thank you!” to the Saint Lucia Labour Party for supporting our Sex Offender Registry petition. May God bless us all.

CCASC, Child Rights, Education, Juvenile Justice, Saint Lucia, Uncategorized

Zandoli identifies U.S. training for Saint Lucian Police


We are very proud to have found a source of free training from a federally funded U.S. organization for our police family in Saint Lucia.  The organization offers a series of training from Child Sex Trafficking to Juvenile Justice, and an array of other classes.  We informed them that we as a nonprofit are interested and they were very happy to welcome Saint Lucian law enforcement officers to apply.  We at Zandoli see this as a very good step in the direction of social healing for the people and the police of Saint Lucia.  Law enforcement officers are eligible to sign up today!




Microsoft Donates to Zandoli

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Zandoli International Foundation would like to say thanks to Microsoft Corporation for its generous donations that support our initiatives.  Your gifts enable us to continue our efforts of providing assistance where it is needed most.

Thank You!

The Zandoli Family


Computer Science, Press Release, STEM, Technology, Uncategorized, Zandoli STEM Council

Zandoli launches new free app for iOS, Android and Windows Phone


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Cary, North Carolina, March 30, 2016– Zandoli International Foundation is pleased to present to the public the new free Zandoli app, that can be downloaded on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices.  The application is available for download here.  Persons may keep track of all Zandoli efforts via the new app.  It includes the Foundation blog which features Zandoli news and events, both Zandoli USA (ZUSA) and Zandoli International Foundation (ZIF) Facebook pages, the Zandoli YouTube page, and link to volunteer or participate in Zandoli projects.

The app was launched in anticipation of the upcoming Zandoli STEM Incubator, for persons who desire to keep up with the progress of this and other Foundation initiatives.

The STEM Incubator which offers free training in Astronomy, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Geophysics, Cyber Security, Data Science, Computer Engineering, Machine Learning, Robotics, Statistics, and Algorithms is part of an effort to develop and contribute a unique and in-demand skill-set to the Saint Lucian, and international workforce.  There is no fee to download the app.

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To download the app, follow the installation instructions by adding it to your homescreen.   The app is expected to appear in the Google Play Store and the iOS App Store in the near future.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Zandoli STEM Council at +12016675708 or email at stem@zandoli.org.

CCASC, Child Rights, Human Rights, Saint Lucia, Sex Offender Registry, We Still Want To Know, We Want to Know, Womens Empowerment

Response to Saint Lucian Prime Minister’s comments on the review of Sex Offender List


Port of Spain, Trinidad, March 28, 2016– In my capacity as Chairman of the Caribbean Committee Against Sex Crimes I would like to commend Prime Minister Kenny Anthony on his recent statements regarding the issue of rape. Beyond a serious look at a “Sex offender List” the Prime Minister’s forward thinking suggestion of a dedicated unit set up in the police force to investigate rapes is to be lauded as brilliant.

However based on my experience with Victims Advocacy working with the Organization for Abused and Battered Individuals  here in Trinidad I would like to state that Victims Support for survivors of rape is key in helping them recover and become competent witnesses at trial

The Caribbean Committee Against Sex Crimes is ready and willing to partner with the government of St. Lucia to assist in  the implementation of the Sex Offender List/Registry , the dedicated unit in the Police Force and any other policies they see fit to bring to the table.

Please find see the handbook to the CARICOM Treaty for the establishment of Sex Offender Registries. This explains in detail the proposed policies of the Caribbean Committee Against Sex Crimes to reduce sex crimes such as rape and sexual assault in St. Lucia and across the Caribbean region.

Please watch this video discussing the policies of the Caribbean Committee Against Sex Crimes.

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