Solar energy helps reduce future greenhouse gas emissions. Bustamante High School in Clarendon, Jamaica, is setting an example with solar panels that help power the school.
Save the date! Saturday 8 June, Pawsey Park, Lionel Town - Clarendon Expo from 2 to 4PM, Concert 4:30 to 8PM.
Featuring: Anthony CRUZ - Pam HALL - Deondra RILEY - Nazzle Man - Jamaican Sammy Jr - Chris DeMontague - Rebellion - City Lock - I-Knowledge - Donn Gass - Dappa Slyce - Rohan Shakes - Amechie
May is child month and Voices for Climate Change Education is seeking to influence children positively to take #CommunityClimateAction. Check out what these teachers at Bustamante High School, Clarendon, Jamaica have to say about climate change education. #WeHaffiChage #ClimateSmartLiving
The National Child Month Committee (NCMC) is calling on citizens to provide a supportive and positive environment for the nation’s children as it prepares to observe Child Month in May under the theme ‘A.F.F.I.R.M Me!’.
Chairman of the NCMC, Dr. Pauline Mullings, explained that A.F.F.I.R.M is an acronym for “Acknowledge me, (Be) Friend Me, Favour Me, Influence me positively, Respect Me, and Motivate Me” and emerged out of calls by children for adults to recognise and validate their worth.