Growth & Jobs | JSIF spends $9 million to train unemployed youth

Graduate from the Jamaica Social Investment Fund's (JSIF) Alternative Livelihood and Skills Development Programme, Kamau Brown (right), accepts gift of a weed whacker from Chief Executive Officer, Manpower & Maintenance Services Limited, Audrey Hinchcliffe (centre), last week at St Joseph's Teachers' College in Kingston. Sharing the moment is Social Development Manager, JSIF, Mona Sue-Ho.
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Tuesday, July 17, 2018 - 12:30pm
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The Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), in partnership with the Institute for Workforce Education and Development (IWED), has trained 62 unemployed persons in landscaping and facility maintenance at a cost of $9 million.