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Ministry of Health

The Hon. Dr. Christopher Tufton, MP



The Ministry of Health (MOH) is the pre-eminent Government organization whose mandate is “To ensure the provision of quality health services and to promote healthy lifestyles and environmental practices”.

The Ministry, together with its Regional Health Authorities (RHAs), Agencies and related organizations make up the public health system and are responsible for health care delivery across the island.

Ministry of Labour and Social Security

The Hon. Shahine Robinson, MP

Kingston, St. Andrew, Jamaica
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The Labour Division of the Ministry commenced operations in 1938 as an Employment Bureau. The Bureau was the first official response to growing unemployment, which was spreading throughout Jamaica during that period.

The relationship between employer and employee at the time was one of master and servant. This gave rise to grave economic disparities within the population as most persons received low wages and had poor living and working conditions.

Attorney General

The Hon. Marlene Malahoo Forte, QC, MP

Kingston 10, St. Andrew, Jamaica
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The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) is a Government of Jamaica ministerial entity, headed by the Minister of Justice. It was formed at the end of October 2001 when it was separated from the then Ministry of National Security and Justice.

Over the years the Ministry of Justice has been paired and separated from the Ministry of National Security on more than one occasion.

The Ministry of Justice is the lead administrator of Justice in Jamaica and therefore administers legislation, delivers justice services, and provides policy support and analysis on justice issues.

Kingston, Kingston 5, Jamaica
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The American Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica was established in May, 1986, in Kingston, under the auspices of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (COCUSA) and the Association of American Chambers of Commerce of Latin America and the Caribbean (AACCLA).

AMCHAM - Jamaica's Aims & Objectives

  • To promote trade opportunities between Jamaica, the United States, the region and the world
  • To promote Jamaican exports
  • To provide Jamaican and American business people with a forum to advocate public policies that will enhance the business climate between the two countries
  • To maintain a climate of cordiality between the public and private sectors of both countries, and to promote greater understanding between their people.

Kingston 5, St. Andrew, Jamaica
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The Small Business Association Of Jamaica 

The Small Businesses Association of Jamaica (SBAJ) is an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) business organization registered in 1974 to foster the growth and development of businesses and professional groups and to represent the entire small and micro business sector. The SBAJ represents businesses employing One to Fifty (1-50) employees and has an income turn over not exceeding five million US dollars per annum ($US5M). The business should not be a part of a conglomerate.

Mission Statement:

To support the economic and social advancement of the membership through: The provision of technical advice, training, consultancy and trade services. The promotion of the principles of private enterprise and innovation. The association will also represent the views of the membership to the wider public, encourage the spirit of collaboration and cooperation and build positive examples of enthusiasm, dedication, consultancy and leadership.

Kingston 10, St. Andrew, Jamaica
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The Jamaica Intellectual Property Office (JIPO) was established in January 2001. JIPO acquired its status as a statutory body on February 1, 2002 (JIPO ACT) and is an agency of the Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce.

Kingston 10, St. Andrew, Jamaica
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The Jamaica Information Services’ (JIS) Public Relations and Marketing Department is one of the most dynamic PR & Marketing facilities within the Public Sector. The Department conceptualizes and executes public education campaigns and advertising programmes aimed at promoting a better understanding of the Government’s policies and programmes. The Department also provides services to non-governmental organizations including corporate entities and international agencies.

The department is referred to as the “engine” of the JIS, because it is uniquely positioned to drive output across all the production departments, including Radio, TV, Photo, Publications and Computer Services.

Kingston, , Jamaica
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Few companies in Jamaica today can trace their origins back to 1834. The Gleaner Company Limited is one of these. The Gleaner Company, founded by the brothers Jacob and Joshua deCordova, was established in 1834.

Its first publication was a four-page weekly newspaper, issued on Saturday, September 13, 1834 as an octavio-sized weekly paper. Today, it is a multi-sectioned broad sheet newspaper which is published daily.

The Gleaner was first located at 66 West Harbour Street, Downtown Kingston but soon moved to 156 Harbour Street where it expanded to include a semi-weekly country and fortnightly overseas edition.

Kingston 5, Saint Andrew, Jamaica
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Jamaica Observer Limited is a daily newspaper published in Kingston, Jamaica.

The paper is owned by Butch Stewart, who chartered the paper in January 1993 as a competitor to Jamaica's oldest daily paper,

The Gleaner. Its founding editor is Desmond Allen who is its executive editor – operations. At the time, it became Jamaica's fourth national newspaper. 

It began as a weekly newspaper in March 1993, and in December 1994 it began daily publication. The paper moved to larger facilities as part of its tenth anniversary celebrations in 2004.

Kingston, , Jamaica
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Jamaica Star covers Jamaican News and Entertainment with the latest in Reggae, Dancehall, Party scene along columns by Dear Pastor, Aaron Dumas, Ragashanti, Ms Kitty and more..


IRIE FM began test transmissions in July 1990 with a heavy bass line and rocking Reggae rhythms.

The station officially went on air on August 1, 1990. Reggae in the morning, Reggae in the evening, Reggae in the night was the cry. Critics said it was impossible to sustain a 24-hour Reggae music station.

In fact, so strong was the impact, it proved that this format was something the Jamaican public yearned for.

The little station that could got all media houses in Jamaica to stand up and take note. The nay-sayers did not count on the strength of 40 years worth of rich, pulsating Jamaican music.

Kingston, , Jamaica
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Power 106 Jamaica is one of the most famous online radio station in Jamaica.

Power 106 Jamaica broadcasts news, talk, indie. Power 106 Jamaica is live broadcasting from Jamaica. Official website of Power 106 Jamaica is

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Kingston 5, Saint Andrew, Jamaica
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60 years of broadcasting not only shows prestige but points to consistency, commitment and excellence. RJR 94 FM has had far more than a half century of being in the home, hearts and minds of listeners ... the family station and social conscience of Jamaicans at home and abroad... will continue its mandate of being most trusted, credible, and consistent.

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Kingston 5, , Jamaica
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Montego Bay, SSaint James, Jamaica
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MELLO FM is the only radio station transmitting from the city of Montego Bay, St. James.  The ‘station that plays strong songs’ began test transmission on December 1, 2003 and on November 1, 2004, it began broadcasting to Western Jamaica (St. James, Westmoreland, Trelawny, Hanover  sections of St. Ann and St. Elizabeth).

2010 saw a new revolution in radio as MELLO FM began broadcasting islandwide. It transmits on 88.1Megahertz (MHz) from Catherine’s Peak covering the eastern region of Jamaica; on 88.3 MHz from Huntley Manchester covering the Central region and on 88.5 MHz covering the West  MELLO FM is now very competitive in the market providing entertainment for all with its mellow sound, giving a new and better feel to radio.

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