International Literacy Day: The British Council Donates Books to Salvation Army School for the Blind


September 8, 2018, is UNESCO’s International Literacy Day – since 1967. This year’s International Conference on Literacy and Skills Development in Paris on September 7 will explore ways to make effective connections between literacy and technical and vocational skills in policies, practice, systems, and governance. This seems a pretty relevant topic for Jamaica, as we seek to upgrade the … More International Literacy Day: The British Council Donates Books to Salvation Army School for the Blind

Apple (New York) to Host Jamaican Broadcaster, Patrick Lafayette’s Podcasting Presentation


I have always wanted to do podcasts. That’s one thing – I would love to learn the technique. Much more importantly, though, this release below on radio broadcaster Patrick Lafayette’s involvement (and use of) Apple products shows how technology can be used for incredible good, for people with disabilities such as himself. Patrick lost his … More Apple (New York) to Host Jamaican Broadcaster, Patrick Lafayette’s Podcasting Presentation

Pay More Attention to Child Safety: Fires, Disasters, Climate Change


This month is Child Month in Jamaica – although it is one of those cases of “every month is Child Month.” The dedicated Christine Staple-Ebanks, the founder of the Nathan Ebanks Foundation, is unusually aware of the vulnerability of our children, especially those with special needs like her own son. The Foundation is organizing a … More Pay More Attention to Child Safety: Fires, Disasters, Climate Change