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United Workers' Party
Claudius SANFORD
Constituency Salybia (Kalinago Territory)

United Workers' Party (UWP)

   Casius DARROUX
 Dominica Labour Party (DLP)
Deputy Political Leader of UWP
Former Senator

Claudius Sanford, a proud Kalinago of the Carib Territory.

Occupation: Teacher, Sportsman, Farmer

Age: 41 (b. 23 March 1973)


He was educated at the Salybia Primary and St. Andrews Secondary School. He is the holder of a Certificate in Education from the University of the West Indies, An Advanced Diploma in Human Recourse Planning and Development from the Institute of Applied Manpower and Research in India and a Certificate in Physical Education and Sports from Macolin Sports Institute Bein, Switzerland. He also holds a BSc in Economics and Management from the University of the West Indies.

Work Experience:

Teacher at Salybia Primary and JSP teacher at Castle Bruce Secondary School; Sports officer, Ministry of Sports; building of multi-purpose court in Mahaut River; founding member of the Ocean 4, Carib Roots Youth group; president of Carib Territory Fair Trade Branch (banana producer group); ardent sportsman.

Political Career: 

In 2005, he was appointed senator in the House of Assembly, serving until 2011.

Candidate's Perspective:

Over ten years ago, I joined a movement to bring sustainable development to the constituency of Salybia and its environs – an area collectively known as the Kalinago Territory. Today, the struggle for economic freedom and justice for the people of my constituency has reached a tipping point. I stand firmly as a candidate to represent my people in Dominica’s House of Assembly in the 2015 election.

I attended the Salybia Primary School and St. Andrews Secondary School, before pursuing a certificate in Education from the University of the West Indies. I went on to obtain an advanced diploma in Human Resource Planning and Development and a Certificate in Physical Education and Sports from the Macolin Sports Institute in Bien, Switzerland. I was awarded a Fullbright Faculty Development Scholarship in 2011, enabling me to pursue a Master’s Degree in Economic Policy.

My career has included teaching sports and mathematics at the primary and secondary school level, economics at the Dominica State College, and working with the government’s ministry of sports, in addition to representing my community in a number of sporting competitions.

In 2005 I was appointed senator in the House of Assembly, a position I maintained until 2011 when I went to pursue my graduate degree. As a member of parliament I will work at the highest level of government to boost agriculture, tourism and education in the Kalinago Territory.

DLP = Dominica Labour Party; UWP = United Workers Party; IND = Independent Candidate; *incumbent; ** Political Leader
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