We can all help end HIV stigma through our words and actions in our everyday lives. We all have an important role in reducing stigma and discrimination by offering support and speaking out to correct myths and stereotypes about HIV. Let us lead others with our supportive behaviours.
World AIDS Day on 1 December brings together people from around the world to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and demonstrate international solidarity in the face of this pandemic.
The International Men's Day forum highlighted the sacrifices and contributions that men make to the family and society. The stakeholders ensured that their hard work and diligence with building and maintaining a strong foundation did not go unrecognized.
In delivering Jamaica’s 3rd Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Report to the UN Human Rights Council, Senator the Honourable Kamina Johnson Smith defended Jamaica’s human rights record, highlighting the country’s long history in support of the promotion and protection of human rights starting with its first presentation in the UN General Assembly in 1963. "We are […]
JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation Helps to Transform Online Learning with J$10M Donation to ‘One Laptop or Tablet Per Child’ Initiative. The donation will allow thousands of children to take part in school during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It is always a pleasure to see the world reach for the best and the brightest, and they end up Jamaican. We salute you Dr Walcott for this major honour and wish you well with continued success.
Jamaica Reach to Recovery (JRR), the support arm of the Jamaica Cancer Society (JCS), was presented with a cheque for JMD$1,000,000 from the Insurance Company of the West Indies (ICWI) on Friday, October 23, 2020, at their head offices in Kingston, Jamaica. ICWI has been a long-standing partner of the Jamaica Cancer Society, and Jamaica […]
The road to college is a rough one for most students. Some students don't get to complete that trip for many reasons. Thanks to Passport To College, as long as the student is chasing Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics, today, every high school student has a chance to attend college. They can now earn that degree that matches their desire. The great thing is, with the right focus, dedication and drive, you can do it, for FREE.
Sandals Foundation pulls all stops and lets it flow for schools across four of Jamaica's parishes. The foundation has installed hand washing sanitation stations valued at US$22,000.
Every Mikkle Foundation will push Youth Entrepreneurs to see if they can represent the Caribbean region as the best there is. Master Classes, handholding, and networking with give each youth the opportunity to thrive as a business.
The ICWI is grinning ear to ear with the knowledge that the years of investment they made in Kahlil Walker has paid off. Kahlil is heading to Yale and to take on the world. All this, because of the people who believed in him and his desire not to let himself and them down.