Sterling Asset Management demonstrated the importance of supporting one group of our most vulnerable. Their recent donation of $150,000 will support bolstering the day-to-day operations at the child care facility.
The Google Learning Management Systems is used by the Ministry of Education in Jamaica, to connect students with teachers, since COVID-19. Recently, Google donated 1100 Chromebooks to schools across St Thomas. Jamaica.
GrassROOTS Community Foundation and Teen Activist Marley Dias, partner with Book
Industry Association of Jamaica (BIAJ) to donate diverse books to over 40 Jamaican
Schools and Community Groups.
Being witness to the vast education gap being experienced in the South Manchester community two sisters established the MATH Simplified group. Through various sponsors they are advancing students within Manchester, understanding of mathematical principles and concepts.
The Insurance Company of the West Indies (ICWI) is encouraging children at the primary, preparatory and high school levels to nominate a teacher who has helped them through the challenges of COVID.
The future of learning is being enhanced through the CHASE Fund Technology Improvement Programme. Under the programme, the CHASE Fund is doing their part to support the loss of learning and learning abilities of students in early childhood institutions.
Captain I CAN and the I CAN family are on a mission to leave an indelible impression on the lives of our children. With the 60-school trip marking Jamaica’s 60th anniversary, team Captain I CAN hopes to expand their positive influence and effect with each school on the tour.
Sustainability of Jamaica’s entertainment industry is a continuous collaborative effort including the private, public and informal sectors. Does our history show successive governments as enablers of the industry or the opposite known as the Babylon system?
Tropical Sun Foods is committed to the development of Jamaica’s education system. As a result of their partnership with the Ministry of Education and Youth, and Information they have donated twenty-four laptops to two schools in St. Catherine.
Tropical Sun Foods advanced the efforts of White Marl Primary & Infant School to engage more students in learning. This is being made possible through their recent donation of seven new laptops to the school.