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Woodpark Community in St. Mary Receive Free Satellite Internet Access

Under the Universal Service Fund public WiFi programme, Woodparkk Community in St. Mary has received free public internet. ReadyNET has partnered with the programme and will be providing the satellite remote access throughout other communities in St. Mary western communities.

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YUTE For Tomorrow Making A Positive Impact

The MultiCare Youth Foundation is committed to empowering young people across Jamaica. Their partnerships with FHI360, HEART/NSTA, USAID among others is making a positive impact on their YUTE for tomorrow programme.

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Empowered Women Impacting Their Communities

The Women’s Resources and Outreach Centre has been a champion for gender equality and justice in Jamaica. As a part of its 39th anniversary celebration, they highlighted four women from the Lyndhurst Greenwich, Maxfield and Arnette Gardens communities who have been making significant impact.

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JCDC Remembers Aggie

Miss Agnes ‘Aggie’ Bernard may be certain that she will not be forgotten any time soon. The government recently unveiled a bust of her in an attempt to commemorate her long life and achievements to Jamaica.

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Census 2022 Provide Employment Opportunities

The 15th Population and Housing Census for Jamaica will commence in September and end in December 2022. Recruitment is now underway for approximately 8,000 census takers and supervisors, through the Statistical Institute of Jamaica.

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New Mental Health Support Chatline Launched for Young People

In January 2022 the Ministry of Health & Wellness issued a commitment to destigmatizing mental health across Jamaica. On March 22nd they signed an MOU with UNICEF and launched a new mental health support chatline for Jamaican youths aged 16-24 years old.

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PRINCE WILLIAM’S ‘TONE-DEAF’ STATEMENT

Following statements made by Prince William during his visit, the Advocates Network has strengthened their resolve to push Government for establishing a Republic Jamaica. The group rejected his statements as unacceptable and labelled his response ‘tone-deaf’.

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