When yuh good yuh good. Leigh-Ann Buchanan is the poster child for a clean heart and mind. Read how this Jamaican has changed the lives of many.
One of the best ways of combating poverty is by making skills training available to those who think there is no way out. JSIF and the CAC 200 Foundation have the formula.
The Haematology Department and Oncology Unit at Bustamante Hospital for Children (BHC) will continue to commemorate Paediatric Cancer Awareness Month in September 2019 under the theme “Recharge the hero in you”. Each year, approximately 30 children less than 13 years old are diagnosed with cancer at the BHC. This year, the BHC C.A.R.E (Cancer Aide […]
We’ve already looked at the great things happening in solar energy in Jamaica. Now, let’s talk a bit about what’s happening with our other great natural resource – wind energy. In 2017, the Jamaican Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, Dr. the Hon. Andrew Wheatley projected that Jamaica is on course to switching 30% of its energy consumption to […]
September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month and the Ministry of Health and Wellness will be amplifying its efforts, over the next few weeks, to raise the profile on the illness with which some 19,000 Jamaicans current live. The Ministry of Health and Wellness offers screening to all pregnant mothers and newborn babies at all public […]
We’re all familiar with the exploits of animals and adventurers like the Crocodile Hunter and Man vs Wild. But what about animal adventures we can find right here in Jamaica? Here are 5 animals native to Jamaica – you won’t find them anywhere else in the world! The Jamaican swallowtail butterfly a.k.a. Homerus swallowtail (Papilio […]
Hurricane Dorian has delivered a devastating blow to the Caribbean. The good news is that we continue to get reports of Jamaicans being found safe and secure.
Science, Energy and Technology Minister, Hon. Fayval Williams, has commended Youths for Excellence Limited for providing back to school assistance to students of the Cockburn Gardens Primary and Junior High School. More than 36 students from the Hagley Park Road based school, received items such as computer tablets, bus passes for two months, three months’ […]
Our food basket suffered a massive blow throughout the summer with a wave of fires. The fires left many farmers scratching their heads in wonder. Well, the Jamaican government has heard their need and decided to step in in a significant way.