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A partnership fit for Showayne

A partnership fit for Showayne

July 14, 2019 As we continue our update on the story of Showayne Edwards, his mother laments on the strength of her child. In partnership with IGL Blue and CVM Television, Showayne was provided with a portable oxygen and a Cylinder of medical oxygen with the necessary accessories. The much needed equipment was handed over...

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The Steven Dunn Story- Continues-Prt 3

The Steven Dunn Story- Continues-Prt 3

June 16, 2019 While we strive to inspire, the determination of Steven Dunn also continues before our eyes. In part two, Sandrica Mae recounted the moment she realized her son was no longer able to walk due to his Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy; a rare genetic condition known to affect his muscles. As Sandra continues in...

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The boy with a huge heart

The boy with a huge heart

July 7, 2019 We congratulate our inspiree, Showayne Edwards Jr, as he moves to greater things after being in and out of the hospital due to serious health challenges. The journey to the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) exam was twice as challenging for this youngster after being born with Congenital Scoliosis and Dextrocardia.  Even after...

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Despite diagnosis, Andrew Merchant perseveres

Despite diagnosis, Andrew Merchant perseveres

June 30, 2019 After losing his sight to a hereditary medical condition , Andrew Merchant is making real progress. Karen Jackson knew that the day she had feared for the youngest of her four children, Andrew Merchant, had come. At the age of ten, Andrew lost his sight in one eye, having been diagnosed with Congenital Glaucoma  when he was only six...

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The Story Of Steven Dunn-Continues-Prt 2

The Story Of Steven Dunn-Continues-Prt 2

June 9, 2019 In a continuation of a previous story, we are reminded that not all the health cases featured on Inspire Jamaica are diagnosed at birth. The story of Steven Dunn is one such case but his disability has not hampered his thirst for success. Sandrica Mae, the Inspiree’s mother, says with the bond...

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Mustard Seed Communities Gain Greater Sustainability

Mustard Seed Communities Gain Greater Sustainability

June 8, 2019 One organization has been anchoring the lives of many vulnerable youngsters and encouraging many Jamaicans to do the same. The Mustard Seed Group maintains that it does not want to abandon a child twice.  The children the group provide for must not only be maintained but must be brought to their fullest potential, through a...

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The Steven Dunn Story – One of Inspiration

May 26, 2019 A powerful example of a support for a student is showcased at the William Knibb Memorial High School in Trelawny. Sitting among the boys and girls of his class, is one special student. This little helper is 14-year-old Steven Dunn, a grade seven student who has overcome many obstacles. His mother, Sandrica...

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Mustard Seed Communities – A beacon of Hope

May 12, 2019 Thanks to the vision of one man, the Mustard Seed Communities gives youngsters, who have been cast aside, an option to escape despair. Brother Beckithememba Masekoa of the Mustard Seed Communities says the children are a blessing from God and we must take care of them as they are our future. “We...

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The boy without boundaries – Tyrese Johnson

The boy without boundaries – Tyrese Johnson

March 4, 2019 Meet 9-year-old Tyrese Johnson, he has a big heart and a warm personality. Darnett Barrett-Pitter says Tyrese makes her smile everyday. She is his grandmother and has been one of his guardians since the day he was born, Having been diagnosed with Achondroplasia, a genetic disorder that prevents the growth of cartilage in the...

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