PIOJ SPEARHEADS GROWTH PROJECT TO STRENGTHEN JAMAICA’S BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
The Planning Institute of Jamaica will be spearheading a project dubbed Foundations for Competitiveness and Growth through a loan agreement with the World Bank to the tune of US$50 million.
PIOJ'S DOCUMENTATION CENTRE BECOMES REPOSITORY FOR JSIF SPECIAL DOCUMENTS
The Planning Institute of Jamaica’s (PIOJ) Documentation Centre — The Wesley Hughes Documentation Centre recently became the repository for a collection of special documents on poverty reduction and community development through the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF).
SCHOOL FEEDING, A CRITICAL AREA OF FOCUS FOR GOVERNMENT, PIOJ
Director General, Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), Mr Colin Bullock, says that government continues to protect social spending for school feeding which is recognized as a critical area of focus.
NATIONAL SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAMME GETS BOOST THROUGH BRAZILIAN SUPPORT
Jamaica’s school feeding programme is set to receive a boost when a workshop on the development of the school feeding programme is launched on Tuesday, September 9, 2014.
AGRICULTURE AND TOURISM DRIVE GROWTH FOR APRIL TO JUNE QUARTER—PIOJ
The performances of the agricultural and tourism industries were the major drivers of growth during the April to June quarter of 2014 relative to the corresponding quarter of 2013.
ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGES TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REQUIRES COMMITTED EFFORTS
ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGES TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REQUIRES DELIBERATE AND COMMITTED EFFORTS—FIRM LAUNCH
ENTREPRENEURS TO BENEFIT FROM FINANCIAL INFORMATION AND REAL-TIME MATCHMAKING EXPO
Entrepreneurs and persons with a viable business idea will benefit from technical support and capacity building where appropriate when the Financial Information and Real-time Matchmaking (FIRM) Expo is launched on Thursday, August 14, 2014, at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel.
JAMAICA NEEDS TO ADDRESS ISSUES OF RETIREMENT PLANNING AND UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
JAMAICA NEEDS TO ADDRESS ISSUES OF RETIREMENT PLANNING AND UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS AS A PRIORITY— SOCIAL PROTECTION STRATEGY
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ROBINSON COPS THREE AWARDS AT JCDC WRITING COMPETITION
Manager of the Social Protection and Gender Unit, Mrs Collette Robinson, walked away yesterday, Tuesday, July 22, 2014 with three coveted awards from the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission 2014 (JCDC) Creative Writing Competition.
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