The problem is clear.
The questions we ask today are: WHO should be solving this problem and HOW will we cure this pervasive multi-faceted surge on our future? Are our parents, grand-parents, families, teachers, guidance counsellors, paediatricians, obstetricians, psychologists, pastors, or government officials equipped to see the problem for what is really is? Can any or all of these persons make a real difference?
We are a region in jeopardy. Where should we turn?
Thanks Rhonda Blackman for this Barbadian perspective.