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    Saturday News Recap March 28 2020

    JIS News | March 28, 2020
    The document management and digitization component under the Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) programme is set be expanded in the new fiscal year. Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the Ministry of Science Energy and Technology and the Jamaica Archives and Records Department will lead the expansion efforts. Mr Holness notes that over 6,000 young Jamaicans received training under the digitization project, with over 4,000 gaining internships in the private and public sectors, and over 2,000 securing permanent employment in the Business Process Outsourcing, BPO sector.
    Presenter: Lorraine Mendez
    Producer: Andrae Palmer
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    JIS News | December 6, 2021
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    JIS News | December 3, 2021
    Jamaica’s COVID-19 testing capacity being expanded, Justice Ministry working to increase use of mediation in Supreme Court matters; and Jamaica and Colombia to strengthen bilateral relations.
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    JIS News | December 2, 2021
    Prime Minister officially opens Twickenham Glades housing scheme; RADA begins distributing resources to farmers affected by tropical storm Grace, and 1 million dollars allocated to each Member of Parliament to support climate change resilience efforts.
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    JIS News | December 2, 2021
    Government to acquire second genome sequencer to test for covid-19 variants, pilot launched for Short term mediation programme launched in parish courts and Sport Minister lauds Thompson Herah on being named Female Athlete of the Year.
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