Do Good Jamaica


USAID-COMET Directory of Non-Governmental and Community Based Organizations, Associations and Social Net Programmes

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  The Boys' Brigade (the BB) is an international non-denominational Christian youth organization. The object of the Boys' Brigade is the advancement of Christ's kingdom among Boys and the promotion of habits of Obedience, Reverence, Discipline, Self-respect and all that tends towards a true Chr... more details

  British Council is the UK’s international cultural relations organization. In Jamaica we focus on education; and in that regard we promote UK education  through an up to date website and state of the art on-line information system, partner with the Ministry of Education in school improvement ... more details

  The British High Commission represents the British Government in its relations with the Government of Jamaica and promotes British interests in Jamaica, working to the British Government's international priorities. Our mission statement is to advance UK interests by working, through a j... more details

  The Broadcasting Commission of Jamaica is the statutory body established by the Broadcasting and Radio Re-Diffusion Amendment Act of 1986 to monitor and regulate the electronic media in Jamaica.  This includes free-to-air radio and television, as well as subscriber television (STV) or Cable. more details

  To enable women to achieve their full potential as participants in Jamaica’s social, cultural and economic development and with equitable access to and benefits from the country’s resources. The Bureau of Women’s Affairs has a mandate to act as a catalyst to ensure that government addresses t... more details

  Established in 1975 to serve the agricultural research and development needs of the member states of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). more details

  The Child Development Agency (CDA) is the Executive Agency of the Ministry of Health which has responsibility for providing a stable and nurturing living environment for children who are in need of care and protection. more details

  Children First ia a newly transformed independent non-governmental agency. The original project began in 1989 with the support of Save the Children Fund (UK), with 50 street children. Children First presently serves approximately 620 children aged 3 - 18 years. It is the largest of its kind i... more details

  The Children’s Coalition of Jamaica, the CCJ, began in 2009 out of a number of discussions at the national level indicating the need for an umbrella group to support the work of child serving organizations (CSOs) in Jamaica and to address issues related to strengthening opportunities for thei... more details