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Alexx Antaeus (left), owner, Opa Greek Restaurant and Lounge examines his shell made by social enterprise, 360 Recycle Manufacturing Limited with Ana Toby, Marketing, Communication & Events Of
Engineers, who lead major housing development projects, are being urged to construct climate smart and resilient homes and buildings in Jamaica, by implementing water adaptation measures, such as w
Most young people will readily admit that making more money is one of their top priorities.
American Philosopher, William James, advised, "Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does." Accepting this charge and doing just that in unique fashion, is what Lashlawnda Bailey has done.
KINGSTON, Jamaica — The JN Foundation says that it has awarded five-year scholarships to 37 students, in recognition of their outstanding performance in this year's Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT
Beneficiaries of JN Water project cite savings, longer showers
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
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