S1E2 – WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Meet Kelon Wedderburn, a son of the soil and one of the youngsters determined to make a difference. Read on to see how far he’s come…
Announcing a new series, where stories of daily life in rural Jamaica are shared by those experiencing it. This first episode involves a recent incident on a dangerous stretch of road – and a positive outcome.
Cofounder Megan Smoot sits down with Stephen George, host of the Sound of Southern Charm podcast. Listen in to hear how Jah Works got it’s name, why it all started in the first place, and more.
We are often asked what the meaning is of our name, “Jah Works”. Let’s break it down…
Learn more about who we are, what we do, and how you can get involved in sustainable community development.
Join us February 11th for a live (virtual!) event where you can craft AND give back by supporting both our clean water programs and support local small business!
At the turn of a new year, many across the globe give thanks for what they are grateful for. If you are struggling with finding gratitude today, these tips can get you started down the path.
In part three of our community partnership series, we’re highlighting Ms. Deceita Turner, Chairwoman of the Bluefields Friendly Fisherman’s Society.
In part two of our community partnership series, we’re highlighting Ms. Joy Baker, current Principal of the Bluefields Basic School.
Over the next few weeks, we’re highlighting those who have had a large part in what Jah Works looks like today, starting with Wolde Kristos, current Chair of the Bluefields People’s Community Association