Bonita’s Hope Lutheran Church helps build schools in Jamaica

NAPLES NEWS 5. Florida, United States. April 6th, 2015. The international relief and development organization with programs in 17 countries throughout the Caribbean and Latin America, kicked off its initiative in August of 2012 to build or upgrade 50 schools in 50 months to commemorate the nation’s 50th anniversary of independence. Pastor John Buuck, who … Ver más

$120 Million Basic School to be Built in Union Gardens

JAMAICA INFORMATION SERVICE. Saint Andrew, Jamaica. March 6th, 2015. Some 150 students in the South West St. Andrew community of Union Gardens will benefit from the construction of a state-of-the-art early childhood institution, valued at approximately $120 million. The Union Gardens Infant School, which will cater to students aged three to six, will commence this … Ver más

University Of The West Indies Introducing Project To Improve Nutrition For Children

JAMAICA GLEANER. St Andrew, Jamaica. March 1st, 2015. University Of The West Indies Introducing Project To Improve Nutrition For Children In Communities Around The Mona Campu. Fixing the nutritional deficiencies affecting the learning of basic school students in the communities around the Mona campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) is high on … Ver más

Granville All-Age gets facelift

JAMAICA OBSERVER. St, James, Jamaica. February 19th, 2015.The Granville All-Age School in St James received much-needed renovation during an outreach project funded and supported by the Sandals Foundation and leading Canadian distributor of hardware and home improvement products, RONA Inc. During the recent project, over 140 volunteers from RONA Inc and the Sandals Foundation painted … Ver más

Thwaites tells education officers to take lead in improving performance

JAMAICA OBSERVER. Kingston, Jamaica. February 12th, 2015. Minister Ronald Thwaites has challenged education officers to lead a surge to improve educational outcomes and accountability in the schools that they oversee. In a recent address to education officers, Thwaites announced several performance targets for schools, including a 10 per cent increase per annum in the level … Ver más

Public Officers Engage In ECD Data Management System Workshop

SKN VIBES. Basseterre, Saint Kitts. February, 5th 2015. Public Officers Engage In Data Management System Workshop. Public Officers from a cross-section of agencies, recently participated in a workshop designed to strengthen the administrative data system for Early Childhood Development in the Territory. The two day workshop held January 29-30, enabled the officers to engage in … Ver más

Jamaica making strides in ensuring children’s rights, Hanna tells Geneva Summit

JAMAICA OBSERVER. Kingston, Jamaica. January 21st, 2015. Minister of Youth & Culture Lisa Hanna, told the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child meeting in Geneva, Switzerland that Jamaica has made significant strides in advancing the rights of the nation’s children. In an opening statement to the committee, Hanna said that the Government … Ver más

This Wednesday the 44th Folac Forum Begins

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Medina declares 2015 the “Year of Comprehensive Care for Early Childhood”

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Community centers will serve more than 15,000 children

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