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About
ApaNa Magazine

Published 3 – 4 times per year, ApaNa Magazine is an independent magazine dedicated to sustainability and social engagement in the Caribbean and beyond. Our Caribbean focus is centered on people, philanthropy and impact. We share what matters to socially and environmentally-conscious consumers and influencers through stories, studies, insights, interviews, perspectives and informative articles within the local, regional and international context.

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Read online articles and interviews with Caribbean business and social leaders from all ApaNa Magazine's past and current issues.

Apana Magazine Issues

Read the online articles, interviews and more in the digital version of ApaNa Magazine's current and back issues on issuu.com/apana

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ApaNa CELEBRATES THOSE WHO STRIVE FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

COMPANIES AND AGENCIES

ApaNa showcases socially responsible companies and agencies that are actively engaged in social good, responsible business practices, corporate giving, cause promotion and corporate partnerships in the Caribbean.

CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS

ApaNa highlights civil society organisations that are doing good works to develop educated, civic-minded, environmentally conscious, healthy and economically sustained citizenry in Caribbean communities.

PEOPLE

ApaNa features remarkable individuals who have endured, built legacies and strive for a sustainable future.

CURRENT AND BACK ISSUES

ApaNa Magazine is available in print, online via issuu or on our website. With our website subscription, you have access to online articles and interviews from the current issue and all past issues of ApaNa and special collections.

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Apana Magazine Issues
CORAL REEF RESTORATION ALLIANCE PROTECTING CORAL REEFS IN BARBADOS
Interview with Susan Mahon, President

Susan Mahon, Trustee and President of Coral Reef Restoration Alliance (CORALL), a Barbadian nonprofit organisation, believes that raising public awareness and getting people involved and the work that CORALL is doing will help save and restore the reefs of Barbados in time. She points out some successes to date.

OECS MOVING AHEAD ON GREEN PRINCIPLES AND SDGS
Interview with Dr. Didacaus Jules, Director-General

In an interview with Apana, Dr Jules provides his vision for sustainable development in the Caribbean and how the OECS is supporting its Member-States to incorporate the SDGs and green principles in its development agenda.

CANARI: SUPPORTING THE BLUE-GREEN ECONOMY OF THE CARIBBEAN
Interview with Nicole Leotaud, Executive Director

Recently ApaNa interviewed Nicole Leotaud to share some insights into CANARI's role in promoting the Green-Blue Economy of the Caribbean, how the organisation works with regional partners and businesses to promote sustainable development in the region.

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