Do Good Jamaica


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

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  The Heart Foundation of Jamaica was established in 1971 by The Lions Club of Kingston in an effort to minimize the incidence of death from heart disease in Jamaica.  The Foundations main focus was to raise funds for assisting the intensive care unit and cardiac surgery at the University Hospi... more details

  Helpage helps older people claim their rights, challenge discrimination and overcome poverty, so that they can lead dignified, secure, active and healthy lives. Our work is strengthened through our global network of like-minded organisations – the only one of its kind in the world.  The... more details

  Hope Worldwide Jamaica is an incorporated non-government organization (NGO) which is committed to improve health care.   HOPE worldwide Jamaica is part of HOPE worldwide, a global, medical, volunteer organization and a USAID registered charity which operates in 103 cities globally. more details

  The Human Employment and Resource Training (HEART) Trust was established in 1982 and became the HEART Trust/National Training Agency in 1991. HEART Trust/NTA is financed through a compulsory 3% payroll deduction levied on qualified private sector firms. Donations are sometimes received from d... more details

  Provide Nursing Care by Registered nurses for ill patients at home; also provide convalescence care for patients at the center. more details

  Our goal is community development through youth empowerment, as well as uplifting the community by engaging all members of the community. more details

    Arising out of the ICTs for National Development Conference staged January 29-31, 2003; the ICT4D Jamaica network was formed and officially launched in March 2004. ICT4D Jamaica ( is supported by the HEART Trust/NTA, in whose offices the Secretariat is current... more details

  The Independent Jamaica Council for Human Rights (1998) Limited (formerly known as the Jamaica Council for Human Rights) is the oldest human rights non-governmental organization in the Caribbean, having been formed in 1968 on the 20th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. more details

  The Institute of Jamaica (IOJ) was established in 1879 by Governor, Sir Anthony Musgrave and over the years has developed into the most significant cultural, artistic and scientific organization. The Institute of Jamaica, founded in the 19th century remains committed to its mandate: “For the ... more details

  The Intellectual Foundation of Jamaica (IFOJ) is an independent, educational charitable organization formed in 2010 and registered in the state of Colorado.  IFOJ’s primary purpose is to empower students and influence the growth of high quality education in the most underserved sections... more details