Wha Gwaan

Wha Gwaan

Updates on positive developments, events and activities in the island.

With Black History Month now in full swing, local dancehall artist and entertainer Grace Hamilton- more popularly known as Spice, visited the University of Technology campus earlier this week to kick start the “Black Hypocrisy Movement” forum.

The CIF/IDB grant funded Investment Plan of the Caribbean Regional Track of the Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR) project in collaboration with the Caribbean Public Health Agency, (CARPHA) is building on efforts to improve climate resilient community water systems in the...

With a resolution to make health and fitness a way of life more than a fad, the Sandals Negril team has opened a brand new state of the art fitness centre, just for staff. The facility...

For the team at Sandals South Coast love comes in many forms and so for Valentines’ Day they partnered with the Sandals Foundation and decided to spread the love beyond their doors by donating much needed refrigerators to two schools in...

Manager, Accompong community radio station, Abeng 88.7 FM, Norma Rowe Edwards (third right) receives a cheque from Isabel Viera Bermudez, Advisor for Communication and Information at the UNESCO Cluster Office for the Caribbean to purchase equipment...

Hotel Manager at Sandals Negril O’Brian Heron was all smiles as he presented Shanice Grant from entertainment with a gift at a Valentine’s Day function put on by the resort for members of staff.

Panos Caribbean, with the support of the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), recently launched Phase IV of the Voices for Climate Change Education Initiative at Hotel Four Seasons in Kingston. Audience...

Sandals Earth Guardians in the Montego Bay region were part of a World Wetlands Day effort which collected a total of 1,175.35 pounds of garbage from major wetland areas in Montego Bay. The clean-up exercise, organized by the Montego Bay Marine...

Dr. Michael Taylor (third left) makes a strong point to workshop facilitator, Menno Valkenburg during the introductory exercise of the Strategic Programme for Climate Resilience (SPCR) Stakeholder Consultations Results workshop

"Reggae turns 50 this year and we will be celebrating Reggae Month under the theme Celebrating Reggae's Legacy," said Minister Grange.

TALKS WITH TESS

As you read from the title, this will be a two-part series. I mean, how can we shatter stereotypes of fat Caribbean women in...