Child Road Safety effort

Child Road Safety effort

Monday, November 12, 2018

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Earl Jarrett (centre), director of the JN Foundation, presents Prime Minister Andrew Holness with a copy of the Child Road Safety Assessment Report, commissioned by the JN Foundation in collaboration with UNICEF. Sharing in the moment is Avi Silverman, deputy director of the FIA Foundation. The presentation was made during a courtesy call on Wednesday, November 7 at Jamaica House, ahead of the unveiling of infrastructural work done under the X Marks the Spot school crosswalk campaign at Hazard Primary School in Clarendon. Under the campaign, physical improvements will be made to the road infrastructure are near 18 schools across the country over the next three years.

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