Youth in Agriculture Series –Mobile App For Farmers

Three innovative teenagers from the Edwin Allen High School have created a technology-based mobile application that will assist farmers in managing their farms.The mobile app will also assist farmers to maximize production and output, based on the size of the farm and the available resources.

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Climate Change Impacts Human Health

the impacts of climate change are far-reaching and while climate change affects all sectors, more importantly, it impacts human health.

 

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PET Recycling Project

Many Jamaicans have been participating in the national recycling project dubbed Recycle Now Jamaica since its inception in 2014.The project, which seeks to reclaim a third of used bottles on the island over a three year period, is part of a long term solution to deal with plastic waste.

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Disaster Preparedness

The Meteorological Service of Jamaica-MET Service- has reported that the 2015 hurricane season will see less than normal activity with predictions of a 70 per cent likelihood of 11 tropical storms.

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MWLECC Drama #2 Climate Change Impact

Sheryl doesn’t know much about climate change and her friend Joan is trying to help her understand its significance. On our last episode, Joan painted a general picture of climate change and its impacts. On this week’s episode, Sheryl will learn more about climate change, specifically about its impacts.

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Diaspora Conference 2015 update

The staging of the 6th Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference is only a few weeks away and Diaspora groups in the U.K, U.S.A and Canada are anticipating a successful staging.

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Youth in Agriculture Series –Dennis Lecky

Today we meet a young man who is the grandson of ‘the father of Jamaican cattle.’ A young man, who was born on a farm and has a symbiotic relationship with the cultivation of crop and the rearing of cattle. Meet Dennis Lecky from St. Mary, who formally began his sojourn in farming at the age of 2.

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Start Up Jamaica Update

Many local entrepreneurs and innovators have been receiving the necessary technical support through Start up Jamaica since its inception in July 2014.The initiative is providing mentorship and other business support for aspiring and new technology entrepreneurs.

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Safety Training For Children

We have a few practical tips for parents to help their children to be safe when on their own, with input from Executive Director of the National Parenting Support Commission (NPSC), Dr. Patrece Charles-Freeman.

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Results Management and Sanctions

On today’s episode we explain the Results Management process, which includes sanctions for individuals who violate anti-doping rules.

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Child Abuse

Child abuse- an international phenomenon- is the physical, sexual or emotional maltreatment or neglect of a child or children. Child maltreatment may be defined as any act or series of acts of commission or omission by a parent or other caregiver that results in harm, potential for harm, or threat of harm to a child.

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Safe Transportation For Children

There are continuous calls for parents and guardians to take the necessary steps to ensure that their children are safe, especially when travelling to and from school. In today’s programme we highlight some of the ways you can ensure that your child gets to and from school safely.

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