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Jamaicans: Be kind, We Are All In This Together

Jamaicans: Be kind, We Are All In This Together

A four-year girl from Bogwalk St Catherine opens her eyes in front of a huge structure that was not in her soon-to-be new yard several minutes before. Not only was she a picture of Happiness Day 2021 but an Inspire Jamaica representation too.A group of screaming adults who formalized a First Union Group of Company’s...

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Jamaican Supercentenarian Represents Culture and History

Jamaican Supercentenarian Represents Culture and History

In this Inspire Jamaica, we spend some time with a supercentenarian from Hanover. Research shows seniors tend to hold on to a specific purpose in their lives, it’s no wonder our supercentenarian from Hanover is still happy talking, about children and not surprising God. Even at her age, she still represents her strong Jamaican history...

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Jamaican Mother Waiting On Her Son To Die?

Jamaican Mother Waiting On Her Son To Die?

 A St Catherine mother could easily be said to be waiting on her son to die. The females in her family have been mentally preparing to bury the opposite sex, unlikely to become adults because of a health condition for which there is no cure. There was even a complicated situation, where a toddler considered safe, died under bizarre circumstances. It’s the willpower...

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Inspire Jamaica’s Gift of Giving: The Allen Twins

Inspire Jamaica’s Gift of Giving: The Allen Twins

Thanks to the collaborative efforts of medical teams locally and in the USA, a little boy is still alive today.  While the status of Mickele Allen who suffered from severe dog bites has changed drastically, there are lingering concerns about the dogs, including one singled out recently, to the individual who was very instrumental in the overseas leg of his treatment. This is the...

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COVID-19 and Homeschooling with Inspire Jamaica

COVID-19 and Homeschooling with Inspire Jamaica

In the same way, parents, even though reluctantly are assuming the role of teacher because of COVID-19 and homeschooling, they may want to consider being attentive nurses for their children as well, because not managing what and how much they consume at home, may see them ending up in a facility, many would prefer to avoid at this time....

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Annalisa Hall: Permanently Quarantined – Part Two

Annalisa Hall: Permanently Quarantined – Part Two

A family in Seaview Gardens headed by a single parent has seen the youngest member of the household, Annalisa Hall, permanently quarantined, because of life-changing health issues. It’s often difficult to understand what’s happening with her because her personality is one that can be easily misread. Kerlyn Brown was in the community and now shares...

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Scarred For Life But Living Life – Part Four

Scarred For Life But Living Life – Part Four

Scarred For Life But Living Life – The shared pain between two mothers prompted this next Inspire Jamaica follow-up. It was not a simple task, but Kerlyn Brown managed to unearth enough information which should make parents very cautious when next they consider welcoming a stranger into their home, as a caregiver for their precious...

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Count Down Begins For The Trio: So Long Crouzon Syndrome!

Count Down Begins For The Trio: So Long Crouzon Syndrome!

The completion of a mission to transform the lives of a St Catherine mother and her children is also being celebrated on the international scene. However, the home run will be played out in a few week’s time when the trio touches down and begins quarantine on Jamaican soil. As Kerlyn Brown starts the count...

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Scarred For Life But Living Life – Part Three

Scarred For Life But Living Life – Part Three

Scarred For Life But Living Life – Part Three A St Catherine mother is showering her fellow Jamaicans with praise, after the overwhelming love and support she’s been receiving since Inspire Jamaica featured her son’s struggles with keloids. One thing has led to another in the life of her family, as their social needs could...