REDI II INCOME GENERATION SMALL GRANTS FOR WOMEN AND YOUTH PROJECT EQUIPPING AND INPUTS – BROILER CHICKS, LIVESTOCK FEEDS AND APICULTURE

The Government of Jamaica has received a loan from the World Bank towards the cost of the SECOND RURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INTITIATIVE (REDI II) PROJECT. The Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to cover payments under the following contract:
REDI II- Income Generation Small Grants for Women and Youth Project: Equipping and Input – Broiler Chicks, Livestock Feeds and Apiculture (#73732)
1. The Jamaica Social Investment Fund now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the REDI

Downtown Kingston’s redevelopment gathers pace

A section of the 4.7-metre-wide boardwalk where persons can comfortably engage in commercial and recreational activit

Downtown Kingston’s redevelopment gathers pace

A section of the newly constructed boardwalk along the Kingston waterfront.
June 14, 2022
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The City of Kingston, particularly the downtown area, is gradually coming alive again as various infrastructural developments continue to unfold.

One of the latest fixtures to be unveiled is the new aesthetically appealing boardwalk, which now greets visitors to Port Royal Street along the segment spanning the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade building to the Rae Town fishing beach.

The 4.7-metre-wide boardwalk where persons can comfortably engage in commercial and recreational activities, was created under the just completed $1.3-billion Port Royal Street Coastal Revetment Project, implemented by the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) to safeguard the corridor from continued erosion and the effects of storm surges.

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