Our Partners Lead the Way in Community Sustainability, Pt. 2
In part two of our community partnership series, we’re highlighting Ms. Joy Baker, current Principal of the Bluefields Basic School.
Our Partners Lead the Way in Community Sustainability, Pt. 1
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
Where Do Your Donations Go?
Ever wonder where your dollar ends up when you donate to a nonprofit organization? When you give through Jah Works, your dollar will benefit many by providing better access to clean water, healthy food, relevant education and/or equitable jobs. Read on to learn more about how donations are used…
What You Should Know About Education In Jamaica
How did modern-day education get it’s start in Jamaica? What educational opportunities are available today? How do we contribute to “relevant education” in Jamaica? Keep reading to learn more…
Delivering Healthy Food to Vulnerable People During the Pandemic
You can help feed the most vulnerable people during the pandemic – and we’re matching your donations through the end of the year! Continue reading to learn more and find the link to donate…
2020 National Heroes Day
Today is National Heroes Day in Jamaica. Who are your heroes?
Pitch in to Fund the Farm and Feed the People
Our friends at the Bluefields Organic Fruit Farm and Tours launched a unique sponsorship program to provide healthy food to senior citizens, single mothers, and the physically challenged in the Bluefields area. Jah Works will MATCH YOUR DONATIONS, up to $100/month in October, November and December 2020 you can double your impact and provide healthy…
Partnerships in a Sustainable Community
We all have individual skills and talents that can be honed and crafted to become “expert” in our fields. But, we should also remember that none of us can do everything on our own. Learn more about how we lean on our partnerships to continue this important work.
‘Don’t ignore rainwater harvesting as a water source’ – Jamaican National Water Commission president
“When we talk about water and access for communities, we cannot ignore in any way, shape or form rain harvesting at the household level. It is something that needs to be promoted, and it is something that is enshrined in the current water sector policy” – NWC President Mark Barnett Read more from the Jamaica Gleaner.
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