The highly anticipated JCDC Competitions experienced a significant downturn in face-to-face competitions during 2020 and 2021, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The organization is gearing up for the 2023 season of competitions and is encouraging Jamaicans of all ages to get ready for the staging.
934 ViewsPresident of the Crown Council of Ethiopia, His Imperial Highness Ermias Selassie, received a jubilant welcome to Culture
Through its Care for Kids Scholarship programme, Sandals Foundation through the support of their parent company Sandals & Beaches Resorts have awarded US$60,000 in Scholarships. The scholarships have been awarded across the Caribbean to students who are pursuing undergraduate degrees in a variety of disciplines.
The longstanding partnership between the European Union and Jamaica was recently underscored with the largest Jamaican cohort to be awarded with the Erasmus Mundus Scholarships. These scholars will complete their programme of studies at universities throughout Europe.
Through an initiative by the Ministry of Education, eight high schools across the island are set to participate in the Furniture Making Programme. This initiative will serve to build entrepreneurial skills among high school students to augment their academic pursuits.
Stirling Asset Management stepped forward to ensure that the Jamaica National Swim Team’s aspirations were realised. They gave the squad a staggering J$150,000! We should applaud corporate Jamaica for taking such a wonderful step toward dream catching.
The 67th Annual Denbigh Agricultural Show will be crowing winners from the Grow Smart Competition on Monday, August 1. A Youth in Agriculture Village will also be open with displays daily.
The illustrious life of the Right Excellent Norman Washington Manley helped lay the groundwork for the Jamaica we now cherish. The cultural icon and National Hero was honoured by the Jamaican government to commemorate what would be his 129th anniversary of his birth.