UNDP’s Youth-In CIC 2013: Barbadian Education Idea pulls Top Spot

A cadre of Barbadian innovators who devised "Book Line," where students can recycle textbooks at nominal fees earned one of the main  prizes in the United Nations Development Programme's Youth Innovation Caribbean Investment Challenge for 2013 (Youth-In CIC) which just ended at Needham's Point over the weekend. This is an initial stage, and Book Line will face other contestants in  June in Guatemala for the UNDP's Talent & Innovation Challenge (TIC).

A cadre of Barbadian innovators who devised “Book Line,” where students can recycle textbooks at nominal fees earned one of the main prizes in the United Nations Development Programme’s Youth Innovation Caribbean Investment Challenge for 2013 (Youth-In CIC) which just ended at Needham’s Point over the weekend. This is an initial stage, and Book Line will face other contestants in June in Guatemala for the UNDP’s Talent & Innovation Challenge (TIC).

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