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World Bank Director's Visit

On her first official visit to Jamaica (Feb. 2-4), Ms. Clottes witnessed how government and civil society, with support from the World Bank, work together to meet the health, education and training needs of the most vulnerable citizens.

She saw all this during a visit to facilities operated by the NGO Operation Friendship. The organisation runs a clinic as well as early childhood, remedial education, and skills training programmes in the West Kingston area. Community residents make good use of the opportunities it provides.

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Building a Bridge of Goodwill

World Bank Official

Francoise Clottes (front row, center)

World Bank Director for the Caribbean gets aquainted with clients at Operation Friendship Clinic in West Kingston during her trip to Jamaica.




Community Service Recognition


50th Anniversary

1961-2011

Celebrating 50 yrs of service to the Kingston Innercity



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