The Office of Gender Affairs offers informational sessions to the public in the form of presentations at organisations, businesses, community groups and churches.
The owner/proprietor should visit the Environmental Health Division to sign for their food establishment licence and collect it. The licence must be displayed in a conspicuous area of the food establishment visible to the patrons.
The office was first established in 1992 as the Women's Desk under the Chief Minister's Office. It was renamed in 2001 to the Office of Gender Affairs to reflect equality and equity for both males and females.
Every Thursday morning at the Quatisky Building, downstairs in the Conservation and Fisheries conference room. Registration is from 8:30 am to 9:00 am and the session follows from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.
Full details of visits and visit numbers can be found on this website.
The only time the prison can lawfully hold a person is following a committal by the court, at that point they are remanded into prison custody and are handed over by the Police. The only exception to this rule is in immigration cases whereby the immigration service will issue a holding warrant and the person.
An application for registration should be submitted to the Board through the Registrar of the NPO at the Ministry of Health and Social Development: First Floor, West Atrium Central Administration Complex, 33 Admin Drive, Road Town, Tortola, VG1110, Virgin Islands (British).
The main office is located on the fourth floor of the Old Government Administration Building (upstairs Old Post Office) on Main Street. The incinerator is located in Pockwood Pond.