Hundreds of Jamaicans are currently being trained under the free Skills for the Future Programme by the Flow Foundation, in partnership with the Caribbean School of Data (CSOD). This was disclosed at a recent virtual event for participants in and facilitators of the programme.The Skills...
Flow Foundation connects children to a safe spot, support
Jamaican children will benefit from a national helpline which will connect them to help as they deal with the pandemic. The dedicated toll-free line – 888-SAFE-SPOT (888-723-3776) – will be available 24 hours daily, 7 days per week and is staffed by intake officers, counsellors and...
Cable & Wireless Communications Stages Competition to Encourage More Girls in ICT
Cable & Wireless Communications (C&W), parent company of Flow and BTC, in the Caribbean, has launched a video essay competition for female students, aged 12 - 15 years old, across the region. Participants are asked to submit a 2 - 3minute video on the topic: “Why is it...
The young ladies at the Montego Bay Community Girls Home, often referred to as Melody House, were in high spirits after they each received a tablet to enable them to access virtual learning platforms.More
Students from the Constant Spring Primary and Junior High and Greenwich Primary in Kingston and St. Andrew were among those to benefit from a second round of tablet distribution from the Sean Paul Foundation (SPF) in partnership with the Flow Foundation and the Sandals Foundation on March...More
The Wolmer's Trust High School for Boys has welcomed the gesture by the Sean Paul Foundation in partnership with the Flow Foundation to provide much needed tablets for some lower school students.More
Students from 14 schools across the country's three counties are heaving a collective sigh of relief after they were presented with 100 tablets from the Sean Paul Foundation in partnership with the Flow Foundation. The Samsung Tab A tablets have a Flow SIM and 25 gigabytes of data pre-loaded,...More