Because of the early distribution of plots and because many of the planters departed from the island when sugar cultivation became unprofitable, a. The people of St. Kitts and Nevis are devoutly religious. Several historic Anglican churches remain on Nevis, and fifty percent of the country's population. However, many more Kittitians and Nevisians live abroad than inhabit the islands. Ninety-five percent of the populace consists of Afro-Caribbeans who are. There are several hospitals and many health centres throughout the islands. Tropical diseases have been virtually eliminated. Most of the state's cultural. Kitts, Gussler identifies these three effects of the introduction of sugar cane cultivation: the demise of small-scale farming and the exodus of many poor. ship between migrants' identities and their enduring social and cultural ties sive and well developed within all areas, whereas that of St. Kitts-Nevis. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Nevisian Culture" on Discogs. Culturama, the annual cultural festival of Nevis, is celebrated during the Emancipation Day weekend, the first week of August. The festivities include many. Nevis is known for its culture, which is due to its rich history. Intrepid Carib Indians, who travelled from South America, were the first to settle on the. Research, document and archive the entire Nevisian cultural heritage phenomena. Implement sustainable training programs in all areas of the performing arts in.