A 'Constant Spring' of benevolence

Saturday, February 15, 2014    

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Minister of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining Phillip Paulwell (second left) is joined by founding directors of Help Establish Library Projects in Jamaica Ltd (HELP Jamaica!) German nationals Dr Birte Timm (left) and Hilmar Keding (right), German Ambassador Josef Beck, and Judith Wedderburn, director of Help Jamaica!.The IT Unit, with computers provided under the Government of Jamaica's Universal Service Fund, will facilitate computer literacy programme for the over 120 children and 100 adults who benefit from free computer, homework and CXC classes at the centre established five years ago by the founders in collaboration with residents of Cassava Piece and assistance from the Embassy of Germany and local and international volunteers.





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