JAP is helping to break the cycle of poverty and illiteracy by providing scholarships, school supplies, financial and other support to students, educators, and schools in developing countries.
Jamaica Ambassador Programs has implemented the following programs in order to help win the fight against the cycles of poverty and oppression by helping students and communities attain a progressive lifestyle through academic achievements:
provide funds to assist high school students with their tuition, books and other school expenses.
HIGH SCHOOL TUTORING
provide funds to pay for tutoring classes for students preparing for the high school entrance exam (GSAT)
provide food supplies and funds to support lunch programs in some kindergarten schools.
purchase and distribute back-to-school supplies to students during the ANNUAL EDUCATION MISSION TO JAMAICA
collect, purchase and donate books to create community libraries.
Some of our accomplishments include:
- January – March 2016, JAP sponsored 11 students for the high school entrance exam (GSAT) Tutoring.
- JAP provided funds and food supplies to the Flower Hill Central Basic School, New Concept Kindergarten School and Hartford Basic Schools for their lunch program.
- JAP helped to keep a kindergarten school running by providing the funds for the principal’s salary for one year.
- Annual Educational Mission to Flower Hill, Jamaica where JAP distributes back-to-school supplies, sponsors workshops for the students which include lunch, motivational sessions for the parents, and a Community Talent Showcase.
- JAP presented 16 students with scholarships at its first annual Scholarship Award Ceremony in Montego Bay, Jamaica in July 2017.