Tourism Ministry to take over management of Montego Bay Convention Centre, Education Curriculum Realigned to benefit young people and CCTV Cameras for the Half Way Tree Transport Centre Next School Year.
JCF to Redouble its crime fighting efforts; Government working to transform and strengthen public procurement system; and SRC Begins Project to Eliminate Rhizome Rot in local ginger.
Today we give you a roundup of projects conducted under phase 5 of JEEP.
Today we give you a roundup of projects conducted under phase Five of JEEP component of the Major Infrastructure Development Programme, MIDP.
Residents of Thompson Town in Clarendon are now benefitting from a newly constructed multipurpose complex in their community.
Residents of Cobbla and surrounding communities in North East Manchester now have access to better roads, following rehabilitative work on West Road in the community.
Today we tell you about rehabilitative work carried out on the Lafayette Parish Council Road in Old Harbour St Catherine.
A total of 929.9 million dollars has been budgeted to undertake various initiatives across the island under Component Five of the Jamaica Emergency Employment Programme JEEP.
Today we share the sentiments of beneficiaries of the indigent housing project from central Kingston.
Today we highlight work done to rehabilitate roads in Thompson Town, Clarendon.
Today we give you a roundup of projects conducted in sections of St Elizabeth.
Roundup Of Projects Conducted In West Kingston
Beneficiaries under the GOJ FFP Indigent housing Project .
Mineral Heights Primary Paving Of The School Grounds
Today we look recent deliveries under the Government Indigent Housing Initiative.
Today we highlight work that was done to construct rails and steps leading to the David lane community in East Portland.
a number of road works taking place in various communities across the island.Many of these projects are part of routine maintenance activities being carried out under phase three of the Jamaica Emergency Employment Programme JEEP. The projects include routine maintenance activities such as patching of roadways, drain cleaning and sidewalk construction.
Vendors and entrepreneurs in Black River, St Elizabeth now have access to a state of the art market The modern facility, completed at a cost of 94 million dollars is the first of its kind to be built in Jamaica and the wider Caribbean.
Today we focus on the government’s initiative to collect plastic bottles and generate employment.
By now some Jamaicans would have noticed rehabilitative work being carried out on community roads, bridges and sidewalks in different constituencies across Jamaica. These projects fall under the Jamaica Emergency Employment Programme, JEEP, component of the Major Infrastructure Development Programme MIDP.