National Policy for Gender Equality
As the country continues on its quest to achieve Vision 2030 and Jamaica the place of choice to live, work, raise families and do business, the government is seeking to harness the full potential of both men and women towards national development. Today we focus on the work to achieve gender equality
Presenter: Prince Moore
Producer: Prince Moore
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Producer: Vaughn Davis
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