Jamaica Federation of UNESCO Clubs elected as VP for Latin America and Caribbean region. This position will be occupied by Katannia Plummer Mitchell for a period of 4 years
The UNESCO Clubs of Jamaica/Jamaica National Commission for UNESCO has received funding from the CHASE Fund through a project written by D. Hopkinson, Public Education/ Documentalist .
For Labour Day, Guys Hill High School UNESCO CLUB members assisted by the JDF planted fruit trees and undertook gardening and painting on the school compound.
Holy Childhood HS UNESCO Club has once again completed a donation activity. This activity was to assist the children at Evans Basic School.
On 17 February the Manchester High UN Youth Student Clubs held a mock model UN Conference under the theme “Women in the 21 century world are marginalised by gender biases and stereotypes”. DeCarteret College UNESCO Club were among the 6 schools participating (Manchester High (the Host); Monroe College, Ardenne High, […]
Championing the cause of influential women working towards a better tomorrow” JNC-UNESCO supported DeCarteret College through their UNESCO Club at their Female and Male Empowerment days in January. The support was towards Emprezz Golding, Social & Youth Advocate to present “Confident in my skin – Do we need men” and […]
Read Across Manchester Day was hosted by the Decarteret College UNESCO Club on 27 November 2022. 21 Clubites along with their coordinator read story and picture books to pupils ages 2-5 at the Church of God of Prophesy Daycare & Learning Centre.
St Andrew High School UNESCO Clubs conducted a fruitful interclubbing session with Jamaica College UN Club on 28 October 2022.