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September 11, 2014

The Social Enterprise Boost Initiative’s (SEBI) primary goal is to create an enabling business environment for social enterprises in Jamaica; and to assist them in transitioning their grant-funded operations into viable, profit-making businesses, which can support their social missions.

March 19, 2014

Project Title: 
USAID/MOE Education Partnership for Improved Reading Outcomes

Project Overview:
Country: Jamaica
Duration: 2013 – 2016

Contractor(s)/Grantee(s):
Ministry of Education

March 19, 2014

Project Title: 
Productivity Empowerment Project 

Project Overview:
Country: Jamaica
Duration: July 2012 – August 2014

Contractor(s)/Grantee(s):
Agency for Inner City Renewal (AIR)

November 18, 2013

To address threats and strains on growth and stability, Jamaica must become a more cohesive and inclusive country. Social cohesion is a driving force for political change and a mechanism that consolidates democratic values into social institutions, thereby strengthening government, public, and private sectors while building confidence among citizenry in their country’s ability to thrive. 

October 15, 2012

(Kingston, Jamaica – Oct. 1, 2012) – INMED Caribbean, the local not-for-profit affiliate of INMED Partnerships for Children in the United States, organized a Farm-to-Table event at Pantrepant Farm in Trelawny to benefit the Jamaican Adaptive Agriculture Program (JAAP). Through a cooperative agreement with the United States for International Development (USAID), the program is creating a sustainable form of agricultural microenterprise that conserves natural resources and adapts to climate change threats.

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