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Government opens $30-million Scholarship Fund

Posted on 2/28/2017

The Government on Wednesday launched a $30-million scholarship grant to be provided through the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service/PetroCaribe Development Fund (PDF).

$30-million scholarship grant
Government of Jamaica
Hon. Audley Shaw
Hon. Senator Ruel Reid
Minister of Education
Minister of Finance and the Public Service
Ministry of Finance and the Public Service
PetroCaribe Development Fund
Youth and Information

Government to Award 10 Scholarships to Chinese Students

Posted on 2/28/2017
The Government will be awarding 10 scholarships to students from the People’s Republic of China to study locally at the Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI).
10 Scholarships
Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI)
Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) Bill 2017
Chinese Students
Government of Jamaica
Minister of Education
People’s Republic of China
Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid
Youth and Information

Gov’t has Honoured Financial Commitments to Secondary Schools

Posted on 2/16/2017

Education, Youth and Information Minister, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, says the Government has honoured its financial commitments to secondary schools under the non-mandatory fees policy and the institutions have complied with the measure.

econdary schools
financial commitments honoured
Government of Jamaica
Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid
Youth and Information Minister

Schools to Get Medical Equipment

Posted on 10/26/2016

The Government has committed $30 million towards a three-year programme to furnish schools with medical equipment, including stretchers, as part of emergency plans at the institutions.

15 Automated External Defibrillators
Emergency Medical Technicians
Government of Jamaica
health and safety initiative
Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)
Irwine Clare
Ministry of Education Youth and Information
Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid
Team Jamaica Bickle
University of the West Indies

Prime Minister Says More Children Have Access to Education

Posted on 9/28/2016

Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, says with the addition of new classrooms in the early-childhood sector by the administration, more children will have access to education without paying fees.

access to education
addition of new classrooms
Alicia Robinson
early-childhood sector
Four Campbell’s Academy
Government of Jamaica
Palmyra Foundation
Prime Minister
Prime Minister of Jamaica
Principal of the school

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