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Do you remember the launch of Jamaica’s first ever Seabin? Well, it resides and thrives at the Montego Bay Marine Park (MBMP), one of Jamaica’s most prominent NGOs. MBMP focuses on environmental preservation and does it so well! Their efforts not only involve sustaining underwater life,...

The biannual Forest Trek event gets more exciting each year! On March 23, 2019, members of the JEP/WKPP family hiked 14km up cool Mount Airy, St Andrew. During the hike, representatives from the Forest Department educated participants on the benefits of various trees, herbs and other...

To protect our youth from the dengue outbreak, JEP/WKPP CSR representatives Melissa Newman and Patrice Howell distributed mosquito repellent mists to students of Carnival Basic School, Denham Town Infant School and Charles Chin Loy Basic School this past month. WKPP understands the severity of this...

Leadership training, home duties, and agricultural/farming methods are some of the major activities under the 4H Club at the Jonathan Grant High School. The club seeks to encourage students to acquire skills that will allow them to be independent, well-rounded and successful in any entrepreneurial...

Kingston, Jamaica – March 20, 2019: In light of JEP’s continuous commitment to supplying Jamaica’s growing energy needs, InterEnergy Holdings (IEH), owners of the independent power generating giant, recently acquired the Jamaica Private Power Company (JPPC), a 60 MW power plant located in Rockfort, Kingston....

Did you know that Down's syndrome is the most common disorder of the human chromosome? Children with Down's syndrome grow more slowly and may have a variety of health challenges. It is present in 1 out of every 800 live births. To ensure that they are...