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Month: October 2020

CCM and JDTAN partner to deliver Early Childhood Conference​

October 29, 2020 – The Catholic College Of Mandeville (CCM) in collaboration with the Jamaica Diaspora Education Taskforce (JDETF) will host a Virtual Early Childhood Conference, under the theme: Technology: A bridge to Successful Virtual Early Childhood Learning on Wednesday,Read More

Diaspora Back to School Supplies Drive raises $14k

The Back To School Supplies Drive which ran from August 15 to September 12, 2020, was a huge success! Thanks to several Diaspora organizations, partners, and individual donors, donations exceeded approximately 14k USD and were used exclusively to purchase schoolRead More

GRANT PROJECT FUNDING AVAILABLE

An International Humanitarian Organization is offering grant-funding to public and private sector entities in the Caribbean and across the World. The Sovereign Kingdom of Manna says institutions that can benefit financially include Churches, Non-Governmental Organizations/NGOs along with well established privateRead More

BARBADOS AND SAME SEX MARRIAGE

The Government of Barbados has signaled its intension to recognize same-sex marriage. The CARICOM territory of 300,000 people says it will recognize a form of civil unions for couples of the same gender which will ensure that no human beingRead More

Early Detection Saves Lives

On a flight back from New York in late April 2013; I reflected on the week I just spent with my mother and my sisters Sonia and Sharon. But my reflection was mostly on Sharon, the sister I followed asRead More

COVID-19 GRANTS PRE-APPROVED TO COUNTRIES

A major international humanitarian organization has pre-approved grants to countries that are experiencing financial difficulties primarily as a result of the onslaught of the global pandemic. The Sovereign Kingdom of Manna has called a Zoom Meeting with major stakeholders forRead More

PRESIDENT TRUMP – BACK AT THE WHITE HOUSE!!!

With mask removed as he arrived back at the White House following days of hospitalization for CORONAVIRUS, U.S. President Donald Trump was discharged Monday evening from Walter Reed Medical Center near Washington. US President Donald Trump has left hospital, three days afterRead More