Radio Programme

Culture Cards for PATH Students

Get the Facts | August 15, 2013
Path students will be given culture cards to access facilities where they can be learn more about the island’s culture. The government will be taking steps to encourage knowledge and appreciation of Jamaica’s culture especially among youths. In fact come August this year, students benefitting under the Programme of Advancement Through Health and Education, PATH will have free entry to cultural facilities. These include museums and galleries of the Institute of Jamaica, IOJ as well as the annual Emancipation/Independence activities.
Presenter: Prince Moore
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