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With the new academic year scheduled to start in just a few weeks, back-to-school preparations are in full gear, and most parents may have almost completed their shopping.
Opal Whyte, project manager for the Social Enterprise Boost Initiative (SEBI), a project of the JN Foundation and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), is urging Jamaicans
Rose Miller, grants manager at JN Foundation, advices that even for young people, who are starting out in their careers, knowledge about the credit reporting system is essential, as it will eventua
Can business 'do' good in Jamaica?
WHEN the owners of Deaf Can!
With some parishes across the country already experiencing drought conditions and others forecasted to be affected into September, Jamaicans are being urged to conserve water and implement measures
Mixing social and corporate took on a new light in the courtyard of Opa Greek Restaurant at Devon House last Thursday evening at the first staging of the Social Enterprise Boost Initiative’s (SEBI)
Paula Henry, a member of The Jamaica National Group, for the past five years, was happy that she attended the Bewi$e Programme’s Financial Literacy Seminar, which was held at the JN Bank’s Spanish
Disregard for simple road safety practices such as the use of seatbelts, helmets and child restraint systems, is causing Jamaican children to die, according to recent research findings on child roa
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