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In an effort to improve the safety and security of Jamaican citizens, in March 2018 the Ministry of National Security implemented JamaicaEye. It is the …

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Get the Facts – Hypertension

Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is the most common non-communicable disease (NCD) in Jamaica and one of the five leading causes of death …

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Get the Facts – Malicious Communication

Any offensive communication sent to an individual with the intent to cause harm and slander is referred to as Malicious Communication. Examples include: internet trolling, …

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Get the Facts – Fire Safety

Fire is a major cause of damage to property and physical infrastructure and loss of life, making safety measures imperative. Since the start of 2018, …

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Get the Facts – CARICOM Institutions

Since the establishment of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), several institutions have been formed under its umbrella or with its collaboration. These are categorised into two …

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Preparing for a Hurricane

A regular feature of life in the tropics – a hurricane is a powerful storm that can cause great damage to property and loss of …

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Road Safety Tips

According to the National Road Safety Unit in Jamaica, approximately 115 road accidents have occurred across the island since the start of 2018, with some …

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Get the Facts – The Legal Aid Council

The Government of Jamaica is committed to ensuring that all Jamaicans can access quality legal representation, irrespective of their financial resources. To this end, the …

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Get the Facts – Malaria

Malaria is a potentially fatal disease caused by the Plasmodium falciparum parasite. The disease produces chills, headache, a high fever and other flu-like symptoms. Official …

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Get the Facts – How to Foster a Child

Fostering is the legal process of temporarily placing a child, who would otherwise be a ward of the state, into an approved family environment under …

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