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MYC Social Intervention

Roundabout JA | January 20, 2016
The Ministry of Youth and Culture’s Social Intervention Programme will be the highlight of this programme.
Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
Producer: Vanessa Silvera
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Roundabout JA | May 24, 2019
Over a thousand students at the Harbour View Primary School in Kingston are set to benefit from, a new Gazebo being built on the school grounds. Valued at 870 thousand dollars, the new Gazebo is being provided with support from Airports Authority of Jamaica, AAJ and Norman Manley International Airport Limited, NMIA.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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Roundabout JA | May 24, 2019
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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Roundabout JA | May 22, 2019
Minister of Industry, Commerce Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw says the government is set to start the divestment process for sugar lands in 3 parishes. Minister Shaw says the fall off of the sugar industry has created numerous opportunities for Jamaica to use the lands for more productive activities, such as growing other crops.
Presenter: Vaughn Davis
Producer: Vaughn Davis
Roundabout JA | May 21, 2019
It’s all about inclusion as the Health and Wellness Ministry rolls out its Physical Activity Guide in Braille, aimed at reducing the rate of non-communicable diseases among blind persons. The document focuses on the messages and activities being promoted through Jamaica Moves and other health-based campaigns. The book was launched on May 17 and copies presented to representatives from various special needs groups.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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Roundabout JA | May 21, 2019
Over 100 students attending the Barret Town All Age School in Barrett Town St. James are set to benefit from a new Infant Department. Funded through the European Union at a cost of 34 million dollars the project is being facilitated through the Jamaica Social Investment Fund, JSIF under the Poverty Reduction Programme.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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Roundabout JA | May 21, 2019
Our island has produced world-renowned musicians and artistes, inspired by their authentic Jamaican roots and culture. To help pave the way for upcoming talents the Government is working to finalize the National Policy on Culture and Creative Economy of Jamaica. The policy will establish and help formalise the enabling environment within which the creative sector will operate.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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