Prime Minister’s Best Village Trophy Competition
About the Prime Minister’s Best Village Competition
The PMBVTC is an annual developmental programme with a competitive element. Its overall purpose is to discover and develop latent talent and traditions of all village/community councils, youth groups, women’s groups, sporting and cultural organisations and other groups within communities in Trinidad and Tobago. This programme was conceptualised to build cultural, environmental and sporting skills of people within the context of indigenous traditions.
Objectives of the Programme
The objectives of the programme are to:
- Empower communities;
- Provide an opportunity for communities to be more conscious about their environment and participate in exercises that will enhance their surroundings and at the same time, develop a sense of self-worth;
- Encourage a sense of national pride, and community spirit through healthy competition and social interactions;
- Encourage the creativity of our peoples in their food and artistic talents;
- Encourage the retention of the Folk Art and contribute to the development of art in communities. Identify, preserve and record our historical and environmental sites throughout Trinidad and Tobago.
To champion the integrated village concept in and among communities throughout Trinidad and Tobago.
To partner with our communities, to identify and satisfy their needs through the provision of gender-sensitive, quality programmes and services, thereby achieving improvement in their standard of living whilst encouraging retention of their traditions.
Rules & Regulations
2019 Prime Minister's Best Village Trophy Competition Results
2018 Prime Minister's Best Village Trophy Competition Results