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‘Loving You My Baby’ – Part 2

‘Loving You My Baby’ – Part 2

A St James mother retracing the giant leap afforded her little girl marked death, shares how the gentle persuasion of others including a compassionate journalist in her time, Khadijah Thomas, sees a now four-year-old, purposefully saying the magical word, some still take for granted. Kerlyn Brown continues – Inspire Jamaica, with ‘Loving You My Baby’...

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Farewell IJ Ambassador J’quani Chung (Leukemia)

Farewell IJ Ambassador J’quani Chung (Leukemia)

Farewell Inspire Jamaica Ambassador J’quani Chung (Leukemia) The days of your lives long or short will tell a story. The legacy we focus on for our Inspire Jamaica Ambassador today, focuses not on an end, but gems learnt during a tough journey… And boy oh boy, did this teenager trigger many emotions with her heart. More...

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15-Year-Old Jamaican Girl Living with Leukemia Dies in India

15-Year-Old Jamaican Girl Living with Leukemia Dies in India

15-Year-Old Jamaican Girl Living with Leukemia Dies in India – There is a level of difficulty with this Inspire Jamaica programme you will best understand at the end. Kerlyn Brown takes you to the start of a captivating encounter, which started approximately four years ago and culminated after a bone marrow transplant in India.

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Connecting with Children Living with HIV

Connecting with Children Living with HIV

On the first of December, a new report from the United Nations children’s fund, UNICEF, said for every two minutes globally in 2020, at least one child was infected with HIV.  A closer look tells us, the number of newly infected children last year worldwide, was not less than three hundred thousand, with two in five...

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Inspire Jamaica Celebrates 10 Years with Survivors

Inspire Jamaica Celebrates 10 Years with Survivors

Inspire Jamaica Celebrates 10 Years with Survivors – Many children are living a fighter’s dream -that of winning each round of a battle. In the process, these young minds are becoming teachers. Their students are their parents and as many adults as possible, who make the time to listen. The interesting thing is that most teens had to...

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Inspiree Allana Johnson Prepares for High School!

Inspiree Allana Johnson Prepares for High School!

When our children are hurt, we share their pain and when they jump over hurdles, we celebrate their strides. We go back, to show the journey we have been on with an Inspiree who sees brighter days ahead. For more Inspire Jamaica, click the link below: https://www.cvmtv.com/category/news/inspire-jamaica/

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Eleven-Year-Old In St Andrew With Rett Syndrome

Eleven-Year-Old In St Andrew With Rett Syndrome

All across the globe, there are girls being diagnosed with a condition that leaves them alert but unable to express themselves or communicate through speech or hand movement. Thankfully there are parents who take on the responsibility, but it’s obviously challenging for the adult, observing their children go through different stages while losing their intellectual capability.       For this Inspire Jamaica,...

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Improper Disposal of Garbage Clogging Drains

Improper Disposal of Garbage Clogging Drains

The improper disposal of garbage by some residents is being blamed as one of the reasons for extensive flooding in parts of St. Andrew and St. Thomas on Sunday, during the passage of tropical storm Elsa. Member of Parliament for St. Andrew East Rural, Juliet Holness, is calling for greater public education and urges political representatives to...

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Functioning Above Average In the kitchen

Functioning Above Average In the kitchen

A male child born with multiple health issues, which at one stage scared his parents, based on the prediction of a short life span, is today a success story.  Not only is he functioning above average at home and at school, but he’s got his eyes on future treats. Based on structures in place by his family, for...

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Danger Within or Outside Presumed Safe Zones

Danger Within or Outside Presumed Safe Zones

An inspire Jamaica reminder that even as parents work hard to keep their child or children safe, they might encounter danger within or outside of their presumed safe zones. One way to reduce the adverse effect of trauma requires a united effort, bearing in mind, just like the circumstances, the legacy left behind, will erupt with widescale devastation. Kerlyn Brown follows up...

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