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Non-Christian religions practised in the islands include the [[Rastafari Movement]], [[Islam]], [[Judaism]] and the [[Bahá'í Faith]].
 
===విద్య ===
Antigua & Barbuda has a greater than 90% literacy rate. In 1998, Antigua and Barbuda adopted a national mandate to become the pre-eminent provider of medical services in the Caribbean. As part of this mission, Antigua and Barbuda built the most technologically advanced hospital in the Caribbean, the Mt. St. John Medical Centre. The island of Antigua currently has two foreign-owned [[for-profit education|for-profit]] [[offshore medical school]]s, the [[American University of Antigua, College of Medicine|American University of Antigua]] (AUA),
 
<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.auamed.org/ |title=American University of Antigua, College of Medicine |accessdate=23 August 2007|archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20070822140939/http://www.auamed.org/?|archivedate= 22 August 2007 <!--DASHBot-->|deadurl= no}}</ref> founded in 2004, and The [[University of Health Sciences Antigua]] (UHSA),<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.uhsa.ag/ |title=University of Health Sciences Antigua |accessdate=23 August 2007}}</ref>
 
founded in 2004, and The [[University of Health Sciences Antigua]] (UHSA),
 
<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.uhsa.ag/ |title=University of Health Sciences Antigua |accessdate=23 August 2007}}</ref>
 
founded in 1982. The island's sole medical schools cater mostly to foreign students but contribute tremendously to the local economy and health care and help give the small country international attention.