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WakeUpJa
Education

WakeUpJA: A Beacon of Change for Jamaica

Our country needs to sound the alarm on the unfortunate way it has been governed for the past 60+ years. We need citizens to take a stand and demand better. Through our Civil Societies like Wake Up Jamaica, we are moving in that direction.

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One Downtown
Culture

‘One Downtown’ Unites Kingston’s Communities

We all would love to be able to go downtown and enjoy all the offerings that are there. Now that the space is becoming visually beautiful, people are beginning to see a push to see “One Downtown” a reality.

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Food Labels
Health & Environment

”Read It Before You Eat It” Food Labels

The Read It Before You Eat It campaign by the Ministry of Health and Wellness focuses on teaching consumers to read food labels. Knowing what you are consuming puts you in control of your health.

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Captain Smith
Our Stories

The Watch Stands Relieved for Captain Smith

The career of Captain Janice Smith has anchored one last time. After 34 years of service, Captain Smith will be a civilian. A new phase and a new day dawns. We celebrate this trailblazer and wish her all the best.

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Akeef
Education

Medical Associates Limited gifted Akeef Nugent

In honor of Medical Lab Professionals Week, private hospital Medical Associates Limited’s medical laboratory department gave young Akeef Nugent school stationery and supplies to help him educate inner-city youth in Cockburn Gardens, St Andrew youth.

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Trench Town
Education

Trench Town Teens Undergo Holistic Change

Students from Trench Town who go to Charlie Smith High School form the thirty student cohort of the Local Partner Development Programme put on by USAID and Sterling Asset Management. The Agents for Transformation Project. After-school Math and English classes commenced in October 2022.

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VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
Health & Environment

End Violence Against Women Now

Gender-based violence must be eradicated. Whether it be violence against women and girls or against males. When we are furious, we must alter our choice so that our behaviour does not mean we hurt others.  Our entire society need to be on deck with this change.

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