PDV host preschoolers at Waitukubuli Fuel Storage and Distribution plant

pdv students

In observation of the 10th Anniversary of the signing of the Petro Caribe Agreement, preschool students from across the country were invited to the Waitukubuli Fuel Storage and Distribution plant in Jimmit as a way to increase their knowledge of what Petro Caribe is all about.

In an effort to raise public awareness and to highlight the accomplishments of Petro Caribe in Dominica the students were taken on a brief tour of the facility, wearing hard hats and safety gear, sparking their interest and excitement.

Along the tour, the staff at PDV Caribe Dominica Ltd. engaged the students in active learning on the site. The inquisitive minds, interested in how the fuel got into the tank asked all sorts of questions. The preschoolers were also briefed on the safety measures of the plant.

PDV Caribe Dominica Ltd. Sales and Marketing Manager, Denise Charles says, “Here at PDV Caribe Dominica Ltd, we pride ourselves on the quality of our work and in ensuring that even the smallest people in our society understands the significant impact PDV Caribe has made on the country.”

At the close of the tour, the students were taken to the conference room for revision and brief Q&A on what they learned.

pdv students2

pdv students1

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5 Comments

  1. Trouble
    June 17, 2015

    Hi Josh ! :-D

  2. grell
    June 17, 2015

    Communism @ its best,feel for these poor kids under the communist leader,the red symbolizes pure communism.

  3. too late
    June 17, 2015

    Pre school children being taught about petro caribe? :roll: what do they understand about that? is that indoctrination and brain washing the preschoolers with the red hard hats? what abuse!

    • ahhhh!
      June 17, 2015

      This is such a stupid statement

  4. LawieBawie
    June 17, 2015

    Lol. They are so cute, its painful to think that there are hawks out there willing to abuse these little ones rather than nurturing them.

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