The Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP), in partnership with Everybody’s Pharmacy, is preparing at-risk youth for the labour market, through on-the-job training in various skills. Find out more on today’s edition of CSJP in 5.
Kimani Martin, who hails from Fletcher’s Land in St. Andrew is a youth leader, who is passionate about youth and community development. He describes himself as a humble and selfless person and he has been involved in volunteerism for over 9 years.
On this edition of CSJP in 5, Winsome Francis graduates at the top of her Housekeeping & Community Tourism class
More than 100 persons from vulnerable communities in Kingston, St. Andrew, St. Catherine, Clarendon, St. Ann, St. Mary, Westmoreland and St. James have successfully completed substance misuse treatment with support from the Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP). They were assisted by counsellors, community case management officers, social workers and psychologists to overcome their substance misuse and were recently recognized at a graduation ceremony.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, we feature CSJP beneficiaries Oshane Palmer and Orlando Leach.
The Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP) is providing 9 million dollars in financial support for youth engagement activities this summer. CSJP Communication and Social Marketing Coordinator, Patrice Tomlinson- Nephew says the activities include six summer camps as well as the employment of youngsters from the eight parishes served by the CSJP.
The Citizen Security and Justice Programme, CSJP’s Men with a Message recently completed a 10 week course titled Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Social Work, offered by the UWI Open Campus Social Work Training and Research Unit. Lecturer and Coordinator of the Unit, Cerita Buchanan says the course covered the general areas of social work including working with groups, individuals, communities, children and vulnerable populations as well as social justice and responding to social injustice.
On this edition of CSJP in 5, football again unites communities out west. Stay tuned as we recap the recently concluded Goals 4 Peace Initiative.
There was a time when Rajhni Reid spent most his time on the streets of his community in Clarendon. These days he is spending his time trying to be an entrepreneur.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, eight CSJP Trainees are off to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba for work experience.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, young people benefit from Life Skills Training.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, we highlight CSJP beneficiary Orville Cunningham.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, we highlight CSJP beneficiary Shiann Smith.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, we bring you highlights from the Inter-American Development Bank’s visit to Fleet Street in Parade Gardens.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, we bring you highlights from the Inter-American Development Bank delegation’s visit to the Greater Browns Town Community in Kingston.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) – one of three partner donors of the Citizen, Security and Justice Programme (CSJP) has been supporting the multi-faceted crime and violence prevention initiative since the year 2001. The Bank has among other things supported the design and implementation of risk assessment instruments, case management and impact evaluations for targeting at-risk youth under CSJP.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, youth ambassador Charmaine Doyley Clarke shares her story.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, Olympic Gardens Community Development Committee hosts Kite Festival.
A CSJP Youth Ambassador is one who hails from a marginalized community and exemplifies rising above tough circumstances by excelling academically and socially, overcoming the lure of crime and violence to become a role model.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, youth ambassador Tishandi Ellis shares her story.