Skills Training Programmes

Operation Friendship in collaboration
with the
HEART Trust/NTA

HEADLINE News

Jamaica spends more than JA$46.5 billion every year to fight youth crime...more news...Skill training opportunities to meet the needs of an increasing sophisticated and technological world...more news... How the skills training centre got started...more news...74% of labour force is not skilled....Lisa Hanna...more news...From gangster to community role model.......more news...Introducing our new product line....

Major News Headline

Bob Marley and Operation Friendship

It was Monday, October 29, 1979, after Bob Marley and the Wailers’ triumphant four-night SRO stand at the legendary Apollo Theater.

Young journalist Tom Terrell sat with Bob Marley for a Washington DC Newspaper interview. Tom Terrell: During the early Sixties, what were you into?Bob Marley: School and trade. Welding…

I went to private school down the road (laughs). You know I was kinda musical. We stand ‘pon a street corner at night and sing and beat pan. We had on Spanish Town Road and Ebeneezar Lane…a club named Operation Friendship where a man bring a guitar.

That’s how I get my first guitar-see? This is where it start from.

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Building a Bridge of Goodwill

Bob Marley Guitar

Bob Marley's original guitar




Community Service Recognition


50th Anniversary

1961-2011

Celebrating 50 yrs of service to the Kingston Innercity



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