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The Child Development Agency Takes Mission to Motivate Across the Island

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Mission To MotivateLaunched last year as a part of the agency’s 10th Anniversary series of events, the Mission to Motivate initiative aims to encourage children, specifically those in State care, to strive for excellence despite the odds they currently face. Throughout Child Month, the team will visit eight homes covering the South Eastern, North Eastern, Southern, and Western regions of Jamaica.



Resource Basic School and Others Receive Labour of Love from First Heritage Credit Union


The Resource Basic School, in rural south Manchester were unable to complete the work to update their bathrooms and so students have been using the original pit latrines that were previously built.  Pictured is the building that existed before the labour day activities of First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union (FHC).Students and teachers at the Resource Basic School in Manchester are now enjoying the convenience of modern bathroom facilities thanks to the assistance of First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union (FHC) and other benefactors. On Labour Day, FHC team members comprising the Wealth Development Unit, along with the Mandeville and May Pen branches joined with community members for the school project which Vice Principal Ivorlyn Thompson described as an urgent need.


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Jamaica's North Coast Primed For Investment

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Saturday, 31 October 2015

On October 7, 2015 The Jamaican Tourism Minister Dr. Wykeham McNeill declared that there is a massive wave of investment on the North Coast of Jamaica.

"What you have happening is people doing business in Jamaica being successful and investing in a...



Africa’s Hidden Hunger

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Saturday, 14 March 2015

DAR ES SALAAM – Just over 20 years ago, South African photographer Kevin Carter shocked the world with a controversial photograph of a famished young Sudanese child being watched by a vulture during a famine. Critics slammed the shot as “disaster ...


Self Improvement

If Money Were No Object

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Thursday, 14 July 2011

Let’s face it. The business will always need something else. Just like there will always be people who will ask for your help. Where we get caught is when we begin to believe that we can actually bring the

“need” to a close. “If I can just make ano...