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James Paul
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James D. Paul, MP
Member of Parliament, Barbados

James D. Paul is a Barbadian politician.

Early life and education

James Paul was brought up in the close-knit urban village of Goodland-Deacons Road. He is a graduate of St. Leonard’s Boys School and the University of the West Indies.

Career

He is now the Chief Executive Officer of one of Barbados’ most influential non-governmental organizations looking after the interests of the farming community. He believes that food security should be a national priority.

Since 2008 he has succeeded in channelling resources from Government and the private sector to address all these issues. He has worked closely with the Urban Development Commission to improve housing; and with other Government agencies to improve roads and sports facilities in his constituency. However, his greatest achievement is the change in the mind-set of the man in the street away from increasing dependence on Government towards collective self-help.

Personal life

James Paul is married and he and his wife, Bridget, have two sons and one daughter.

Sources
http://gisbarbados.gov.bb
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James Paul
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Occupation Politician
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Place of Birth Barbados
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Member of Parliament Barbados: 2008 - present
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