Through Culture Clubs, the JCDC teamed with the Bureau of Gender Affairs to host their annual Culture Clubs. The initiative launched on November 22 and ends on November 25.
Once again, Jamaica has received accolades. This time in the form of being a feature of one of the most popular card games ever. UNO has released UNO Jamaica. Make sure to check it out.
JCDC’s creative writing competition will visit all parishes as an exhibition that will last until July of 2023. The showcase will include select pieces that stand out as exceptional.
In order to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS in Jamaica, the Ministry of Health and Wellness says that people need to work together. The work needs to be done with “all hands on deck.” as each sector of our society is a part of the solution.
Project CODE CARE will help to clear the backlog of elective surgeries at hospitals in Jamaica. The public-private partnership cover has covered just about 100 surgeries already.
The Pink Run is back with a bang to fight breast cancer in Jamaica. Participants blew expected numbers out of the water. Insurance company ICWI was elated with turnout and the possibilities.
In Jamaica, it is everyone’s job to stop violence. We must do what it takes to make our community less violent. Simple things like noticing and helping people who have been hurt by domestic violence go a long way. Communication is important, and we shouldn’t be afraid of it.
Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton and Minister of Public Health of Cuba, Dr. José Angel Portal Miranda shake hands following the signing of the letters of intent.
The most important way to prevent Gastroenteritis, as with COVID-19, is to practice good hygiene. It is more important than ever to pay attention to our children and strengthen their immune systems.
Mental Health concerns have become the norm on campuses around Jamaica as students deal with the typical demands of education. In response, the Ministry of Health and Wellness has launched a new training programme.