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Resolution Project is the annual photography and advocacy competition organised by the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) Foundation, through which high school students residing outside of the Kingston Metropolitan Area are becoming promoters of change in their respective communities.
Check out the photos from the Source Community Resource Centre in Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth.
The Source in St. Ann was opened to the public in June 2009 and is managed by the St. Ann Chamber of Commerce. This Centre serves the communities around Pineapple Place as well as the membership of the Chamber.
There are 5 Source CRC Centres islandwide. Have a look at a collection of pics from the Source CRC programme.
JN Foundation committed $3,000,000 over a three year period to help restore the beautiful and historic Hope Botanical Gardens.
Opened in January 2009, the Source Marverly has quickly become an oasis for the residents and kids of the surrounding communities. See what all the hype is about.
Community farming initiatives are core to rural community development. Check out the pics from Walkerswood, a group of local farmers who support each other create greenhouses and shared markets.
For the second consecutive year, patrons at the JN House at the Denbigh Agricultural and Industrial Show were able to POST FOR ACT!ON. Check out the pics.
The JN Foundation's RESOLUTION PROJECT continues to promote Advocacy through the art of photography. More than 160 high school students participated in three of four photography and advocacy workshops in Ocho Rios, St. Ann; Spanish Town, St. Catherine and Mandeville, Manchester during October 2010. Next stop, Savanna-la-Mar! Check out the pics from Ocho Rios!
Because I am young...I resolve to be the best I can be! The JN Foundation's Resolution Project is a seven-year-old competition programme that promotes advocacy through the art of photography among high school students outside of the Kingston and St. Andrew Metropolitan Area. The Resolution Project 2010 Competition has been extended until December 10, 2010. Check out the photos from the Mandeville workshop held on October 25.