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JANAAC Certified Body Program

The Jamaica National Agency for Accreditation (JANAAC) is working hard to develop products to better serve its stakeholders across Jamaica.

One of its latest initiatives is the launch of its certification body accreditation programme, which seeks to help local inspection bodies become certified to examine and approve items for export to the numerous foreign countries.

Today, Chief Executive Officer, Sharonmae Shirley tell us what you need to know to join the programme. Stay tuned.

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PM Youth Awardee Gabrielle Clarke April 13, 2022

Gabrielle Clarke was bullied in grade one and chose to use the experience as a seed to launch her purpose initiative, Bully Proof Kids International, which she started in 2015, to bring awareness to the issues of bullying, how it affects young people and how to curtail the behaviour.

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AICE Conference

The world is coming to Montego Bay St James in June, as the best minds in academia, policy makers and investors meet to talk in depth about the future of free zones.

Jamaica is set to host the World Free Zone Organisation Annual International Conference and Exhibition from June 13 – 17 at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.

Minister of Industry Investment and Commerce Senator Aubyn Hill says he is expecting a huge turn our to this year’s event, as none was held in the last 3 years

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Going For Growth April 11, 2022

Unemployment insurance is closer to becoming a reality in Jamaica. The first two  phases of the Feasibility Study has been completed as a precursor to implementation with the third and final phase now underway.

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NSHP Update- Hanover Eastern- April 11, 2022

Karen and Michelle Campbell of Mount Peto, Hanover, now have a comfortable place to call home, after being among the latest recipients under the Government’s New Social Housing Programme (NSHP).

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Jamaica Heroes Modernized Project April 6, 2022

A Jamaican-born self-taught artist in Florida is spearheading a project on our national heroes, as activities kick off locally and in the diaspora in celebration of Jamaica 60.

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Drainage works for Portmore

For some time now, the residents of Texas Avenue in Portmore have been crying instead of rejoicing whenever it rains. That’s because the rains cause heavy flooding, due to a collapsed drain in the community.

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Going For Growth April 4, 2022

IDB mobilizing more resources to support the region, and Dr. Nigel Clarke becomes third Jamaican to Chair IDB Boards of Governors. I have the details in this week’s Going for Growth.

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Mathematics Week 2022

More than 20,000 students at the primary and secondary level, along with their parents as well as teachers are being engaged through activities from March 27 to April 1, geared towards reinforcing that students are capable of doing mathematics and doing it well.

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Social Housing Drama- March 31, 2022

Miss Violet recently received a new home under the government’s New Social Housing Programme. She will now use the space to serve her community well, ensuring it does not fall into the hands of criminal elements.

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Royal Caribbean Tour highlights, March 30, 2022

From diving above the Belize Barrier Reef to playing football in Trench Town Jamaica and participating in a special regatta in The Bahamas, Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, surely enjoyed their week-long Caribbean Tour.

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Sidney Pagan Farming operations

Today we go out into the field in St Elizbeth where Milbert Miller, Principal of the Sidney Pagan STEM Academy, shares about the thriving farming operation at the school.

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Portmore Tech City

On today’s programme, Prime Minister Andrew Holness walks us through some of the major development plans being unveiled for the country, and the benefits these will attract for citizens.

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Going For Growth, March 28, 2022

Government to help pay light bills for almost half a million households and ease high fuel prices for bus and tax operators. We’re going for growth right now!

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Met Service Launches BReTCAT- March 28, 2022

The Meteorological Service of Jamaica is improving the way we understand the weather through its latest initiative: the Building Resilience through Climate Adaptation Technologies (BReTCAT) project.

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Meteorological Service of Jamaica Weather App, March 23, 2022

Jamaica will soon have its own weather app to give more precise data and warnings that other global apps cannot provide. It’s being created as part of the ‘Building Resilience Through Climate Adaptation Technologies (BRETCAT) project being spearheaded by the Meteorological Service of Jamaica (MSJ).

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