Work at the women’s outreach centres in the parishes of St Elizabeth and Manchester is now complete. Gender Minister Olivia Grange and a team from the Ministry and partner groups, toured the facilities, where millions of dollars and a worthwhile partnership will see adolescent mothers receiving a second chance at education and training.

Scores of teen moms will be able to resume their studies knowing their babies will be cared for at one of the newly constructed nurseries,  built to the tune of some 14 million dollars, Minister Grange stresses the importance of partnership in getting the job done. 

Meanwhile, central Manchester MP, Rhoda Moy Crawford has taken note of the digital divide, as it relates to learning devices for young mothers. She is willing to contribute to the growth of the ladies.

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