The Ministry of Health & Wellness earlier today launched the pilot of an intervention geared at helping Jamaicans to optimise their ability to cope with adversity that could undermine their mental wellness.
More than three thousand residents in Boys’ Town will benefit from the new solar-powered well water infrastructure. The method is an example of an “All hands on deck” response to a critical issue. Friendships with Jamaica’s business community and global organizations helped complete the massive project.
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.
“I dream of painting and then I paint my dream.” a quote said by famous dutch artist Vincent van Gogh. The Kingston Creative team has done well displaying murals. This month’s ArtWalk being my first, was fun despite the rain. Looking forward to what is in store for upcoming events.
The Leader of the Opposition, Mr Mark Golding, will visit Jamaicans in the United Kingdom from October 5 to October 8. Mr Golding will make every attempt to meet as many Jamaicans as possible throughout his visit, including stakeholder meetings, town hall meetings, and public cultural events.
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.
We often have our lunch and then go on social media while eating. Why waste time when you can have Lunch and Learn with Kingston Creative? Kingston Creative has created a weekly event on Wednesdays where guest speakers lecture on various aspects of their industry.
The Namibian delegation which is currently in Jamaica to celebrate the nation’s 60th anniversary of independence. The delegation, which is now representing the President of the Republic of Namibia, who was originally expected to be in Jamaica, is headed by the Honourable Christine Hoebes, Minister in the Presidency of Namibia.
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.
In continuing their support of the work provided by healthcare workers, Sandals South Coast Resorts gave special rewards to 11 of the longest-serving nurses from the Black River Hospital. All other nurses serving at the hospital had an opportunity to participate in raffles, where some walked away with day and evening passes to the Sandals resort.