The Catholic Commission for Social Justice (CCSJ) has appointed Darrion Narine and Tameka Romeo to the positions of Programme Coordinator, Archdiocese Ministry for Migrants and Refugees (AMMR) and Case Management Officer— Alternative Care, AMMR respectively. Both took up their positions on December 1.
Narine replaces Simone Francois-Whittier, CCSJ’s former AMMR Project Coordinator. Francois-Whittier has been appointed Court Administrator, Civil Courts, Port of Spain. She remains, however, committed to supporting CCSJ/AMMR and has joined Rhonda Maingot, Rochelle Nakhid, Fr Simon Peter Ango, and Leela Ramdeen, Chair of the CCSJ and AMMR, on the committee that Archbishop Jason Gordon had appointed to guide the AMMR.
Narine’s role has been enhanced and he will be working across the Archdiocese managing the programmes/projects undertaken by the AMMR in its work with Parish Ministries for Migrants and Refugees (PMMR); liaising with the international organisations with whom AMMR has partnership agreements; arranging and conducting training for PMMRs.