Last year, the Citizen Security and Justice Programme signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Jamaica Defence Force for hundreds of at risk youth to receive on the job training.
the Citizen Security and Justice Programme signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Jamaica Defence Force for hundreds of at risk youth to receive on the job training.
An update on some of the participants of Goals for Life
The Citizen Security and Justice Programme’s, CSJP, Men with a Message have been going into communities and schools making a name for themselves
In the last 7 years the Lauriston and Thompson Pen 4h club has been staging a Stew Festival in the community.
In this edition, we take a look at a partnership between CSJP and the Innswood High School that’s giving over 80 young persons in St. Catherine a chance to control their destiny.
In this Edition of CSJP in 5, we take a look at what’s happening in Marverly, St. Andrew.
In this edition, CSJP partners with hotels to secure employment for at risk youth.
The Vauxhall High School in St. Andrew recently partnered with the Citizen Security and Justice Programme to engage several of its at risk students.
In this edition of CSJP in 5….SFX Sherice Dub…..The Fletcher’s Land Police Youth Club stages the community’s first Speech and Poetry competition.
In this edition of CSJP in 5, we take another look at the Employment Internship Programme.
In this edition we’ll take a look at one of CSJP’s most successful programmes.
In this edition of CSJP in 5, Jacques Parenting association becomes Mountain View’s first official Parent’s Place.
In this edition of CSJP in 5, the Peace Mobile rolls into White Hall and Red Hills Gardens.
This week on CSJP in 5, we head to Mountain View in St. Andrew where the Nanny Bee Spelling Competition has been keeping youngsters busy.
Let’s hear about the work done in Seaview Gardens. CSJP in 5 spoke with Corine Bennett, President of the Seaview Gardens Community Development Committee.
May is observed annually as Child’s Month. And as the nation takes the time to show children they care, the CSJP team has joined in on the activities.
This week on CSJP in 5, we’ll take a look at job placement for beneficiaries of the social intervention programme.
To get a feel for what’s sure to be a detailed process, we spoke to Job Placement Officer at CSJP, Karlene Buzzar.
In this edition, 25 persons from CSJP communities across the island graduate from the University of the West Indies.
This week on CSJP in 5, we look at how CSJP is partnering with the Social Development Commission to advance community development, through sports.