Wha Gwaan

Wha Gwaan

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

The Corona Virus came to Jamaica in March of 2020. No one could have predicted it would be here for so long and no one could have imagined the impact it would have on us as Jamaicans. Aside from...

Sankofa Arts & Facilitation, in partnership with Kingston Creative will present Tribe Sankofa in a 3-performance virtual season entitled WORD-SOUL – THE ‘COVID19 NAAH FLOP WI SHOW’ EDITION online on August 28th, 29th, and 30th. TRIBE SANKOFA is a performing arts collective, under the...

“Mental health is really what Motivate JA is built on,'' says founder Kyesha Randall. The former Miss St. James Festival Queen launched the Motivate Jamaica project as a parish initiative, with hopes of boosting youth development across Jamaica. “I...

In a noble attempt to help nonprofit and goodwill organisations gain more media exposure, Live Well Jamaica now offers training and mentorship workshops in media and marketing techniques. Since its inception in 2017, Live Well Jamaica has dedicated its blog...

3rd July 2020 will be the 5th anniversary of the inscription of the Blue and John Crow Mountains as a World Heritage Site. It is currently one of only 39 World Heritage Sites inscribed for both natural and cultural...

Live Well Jamaica in collaboration with Canadian registered nurse, Teya Hamblett will offer financial assistance valued at Jamaican $100,000 to five Jamaican families severely affected by the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. As an essential worker who provides home care...

High Commissioner for Jamaica to Antigua and Barbuda, His Excellency Arthur Williams, has announced that the Government of Jamaica has appointed Onika Campbell, a young Businesswoman, multi-award-winning Journalist and former Journalism lecturer to the prestigious office of Honorary Consul...

Virtually every aspect of life has been negatively impacted by the coronavirus. Only since 9/11 have we seen such global upheaval. During this time of uncertainty, the natural thing to do is stick your head in the sand, waiting...

Over 30 communities in the Upper Rio Minho Watershed (URMW) area of Clarendon are in the process of receiving 250 rainwater systems to help boost their response to drought and ensure greater water security for the area. The rainwater systems...

Sandals South Coast has always enjoyed a great relationship with local stakeholders, business and community interests and is constantly highlighting the numerous offerings attractive to the local clientele. This was even clearer at an Open House Cocktail event held...

TALKS WITH TESS

I think it is time we remove the labels placed on beauty.  Jamaican women are beautiful because of our differences. The Caribbean has always been...