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It was an extraordinary day for Jonathan Henry on Friday as, for the first time in his life, he was able to hear animals.The 16-year-old lost his hearing at age two after what his father suspects w
Eighteen-year-old college student Toni-Kay Foster is happy to have access to a cyber cafe with printing facilities that is only a stone's throw away from her home.
Each year, Mother’s Day is celebrated globally on the second Sunday in May to honour the important role that mothers play in the home, the community and in professional spaces.
Bresheh Enterprises will become a major employer of Jamaicans with disabilities, if brothers Randy and Davian McLaren continue to pursue the right development strategies to fulfil their dream.
A few years ago I made my young daughter and nephew – about four and five – make me a promise. Never again would they use the words “I can’t” in our home.
The Government has reiterated its commitment to undertake the Downtown Kingston Redevelopment Project.
The Watson Grove community in Gregory Park, Portmore, welcomed the Portmore Self-Help Disability Organisation Mobility Centre (PSDO), a service centre that specialises in the repairs and customisat
MONTEGO BAY, St James - The Social Enterprise Boost Initiative (SEBI), the joint JN Foundation and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) venture, in conjunction with the Planni
Twenty-five year-old clerical assistant, Christopher Wright, is challenged managing his monthly salary, as he sometimes spends more than his planned budget, and often on unbudgeted items.
Golden-ager Joyce Mangaroo (left) is given a warm hug by communication representative at JN Bank, Ann Marie Kirlew, Thursday during the bank’s annual treat at the Vineyard Town Golden Age Home in e
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