Nowadays, we talk a lot about “partnerships.” They make sense for a number of reasons – not least as a way of pooling resources and making resources stretch further. The EU-funded Partnership for the Promotion of Patients’ Rights in Maternal, Neonatal & Infant Health in Jamaica (The MNIH Project), led by Professor Wendel Abel and … More Civil Society Collaborative Forum Will Protect Patients’ Maternal, Neonatal and Infant Health Rights
This week’s challenge is Twisted. My fellow blogger Susan Goffe has given a marvelous example, of the “love bush.” There are indeed many examples in nature. Also, I think, the twists and turns of discussions, deliberations…and the “curve balls” life sometimes throws you.
The Natural History Museum of Jamaica (NHMJ) wants to set the record straight on cannabis – or ganja, to use the Jamaican term. There is much confusion, and also all kinds of myths and misconceptions, surrounding the plant. The NHMJ has assembled a formidable panel of experts, and the discussion will be moderated by its … More The Natural History Museum of Jamaica Presents a Media Forum on Cannabis: Setting the Record Straight
It’s a bit of a mouthful, I know, but if you have not heard of it already, this article is written by the Partnership for the Promotion of Patients’ Rights in Maternal, Neonatal and Infant Health in Jamaica project, funded by the European Union. Jamaica unfortunately did not reach the UN Millennium Development Goal (MDG) #5. There … More Baby’s Death at Christmas Signals Need to Prioritise Maternal, Child Health
Originally posted on Green Seeds:
There is a movement afoot in Jamaica, one designed to have people look with fresh eyes and through a human rights lens, at the health of women, their newborns and infants. It is being marshalled by the Women’s Resource and Outreach Centre and partners, the University of the West Indies’…