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Head of the PIOJ, Mr Colin Bullock, says that climate change is already increasing the risk of exposure to higher malnutrition and food insecurity among the poorest and most vulnerable people as a result of the reduction in global agricultural production.
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The Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries was the recent recipient of laboratory equipment valued at J$67.9 million, made possible through the PIOJ's Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) Capacity Building Project.
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The Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries is set to be the beneficiary of much needed laboratory equipment through the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) Capacity Building Project being implemented by the Planning Institute of Jamaica.
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Improved weather conditions, continued strengthening of the productive activities of most industries, and increased global demand for both bauxite and aluminum, are some of the factors which positively impacted the overall performance of the economy resulting in an increase of 1.4 per cent in real GDP.
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Approximately one hundred researchers and Librarians from across the island will convene for a two-day conference hosted by the Library & Information Association of Jamaica (LIAJA), in association with the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), JamStats, beginning Thursday, January 30, 2014.
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Horizon 2020 – European Union Programme for Research and Innovation Grant. The European Commission has launched Horizon 2020, for research and innovation, with a budget of almost 80 billion euros.
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Manager of the Population and Health Unit, Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), Mrs Toni-Shae Freckleton, says that adolescent pregnancy remains a major concern for government, not only from a health perspective but from a developmental perspective as well.
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Head of the European Union (EU), in Jamaica, Ambassador, Paola Amadei cited several achievements of the Climate Change Adaptation & Disaster Risk Reduction Project (CCA&DRRP).
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Minister of Finance and Planning, the Hon. Peter Phillips, says that labour reform involves more than boosting productivity at the level of the firm, it is crucial in creating an environment which can sustain social stability and social inclusion.
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Against the background of the global economic crisis, Jamaica’s fiscal and monetary reforms and the implications for the labour market as a result of current IMF arrangements, the need for Jamaica to address the reform of the labour market is crucial.
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