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As Jamaica and the world celebrate World Oceans Day, Dr.
Current data indicates that most Jamaicans who are currently employed may have no income but the meagre payments from the State-run National Insurance Scheme (NIS) when they retire.
Rose Miller, grants manager at the JN Foundation says that Jamaicans who fail to plan for their retirement could easily find themselves in poverty in their golden years.
THE Louise Bennett-Coverley All-Age School in Gordon Town, St Andrew benefited from a well-needed facelift with the repainting of its buildings, de-bushing, landscaping and paving from Labour Day a
Long-term financial planning may not be at the forefront of one's mind when they're a 20-year-old university graduate.
JN Group Provides Relief for Victims of Walker’s Place Fire
Saffrey Brown was not yet a teenager when she was thrust into advocacy and volunteerism while living in Trinidad and Tobago.
For a recent graduate fresh out of university and in his or her first job, a credit card can be a a helpful financial tool, but only if used wisely and responsibly.
Twelve social enterprises are about to receive another tranche of support from the Social Enterprise Boost Initiative (SEBI), through the Accelerator Programme.
JN Foundation is teaming up with two multinational organisations to have Jamaicans install low-flush toilets as a means of saving water to improve the country's resilience to climate change events.
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