The Jamaica Stock Exchange has put its hand in the life-saving realm by donating an incubator to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. These types of donation are immediately felt and put to practice. There is always room for more of these types of contributions and support of our hospitals.
Cultural and religious icon Kapo was honoured by the government with a candlelight feast at his graveside recently. The occasion was to commemorate his one hundred and tenth birthday.
Seniors are warned to be careful now that internet usage and cybercrime have increased significantly based on the longing impact of COVID-19. Knowing who you are communicating with over the internet is paramount to keeping safe. Scammers use different approaches for success. The more internet users know, the better prepared they become
With the proliferation of internet usage caused by the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is an increased need to be safe. Through the Safer Internet Day Virtual Teen Summit, FLOW Jamaica created an event with online influencers to discuss and give advice to internet users.
Social media has become a mainstay in our communication. Some people rely on their social media status regularly for validation. For this reason, we all must responsibly govern ourselves with interacting using social media platforms.
The Manpower and Maintenance Services Limited is on a mission of propelling women to break glass ceilings. Their Not-for-profit organization 'M'Power Women's Group' is an entity dedicated to the “upliftment” of women “through work and education.” Read this article to learn more about this initiative.
A senior citizen who is outspoken, witty, industrious, has an indomitable spirit, is at times shy, and always loving. These are the words which aptly describe Ms Delores Elizabeth Chung also fondly known as ‘Linda’. Ms Delores is a lover of nature who became a self-taught farmer over 20 years ago. Her love for agriculture […]
The International Men's Day forum highlighted the sacrifices and contributions that men make to the family and society. The stakeholders ensured that their hard work and diligence with building and maintaining a strong foundation did not go unrecognized.
In delivering Jamaica’s 3rd Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Report to the UN Human Rights Council, Senator the Honourable Kamina Johnson Smith defended Jamaica’s human rights record, highlighting the country’s long history in support of the promotion and protection of human rights starting with its first presentation in the UN General Assembly in 1963. "We are […]
JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation Helps to Transform Online Learning with J$10M Donation to ‘One Laptop or Tablet Per Child’ Initiative. The donation will allow thousands of children to take part in school during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) would like to commend the Minister of Education, the Hon. Fayval Williams for the establishment of the Education COVID-19 Management Task Force. “The creation of this task force is a positive development as it is effectively a form of social partnership which brings all stakeholders together to devise […]