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Caribbean L 28 ife, Sept. 27 - Oct.3, 2019
Jamaica’s minister of health
joins first Walk the Talk NY
OPM, Kingston, Jamaica — Jamaica’s
Prime Minister, Andrew Holness
and Health Minister, Dr. Christopher
Tufton are expected to launch Caribbean
Moves at the 73rd Session of the
United General Assembly (UNGA) in
New York City, United States.
Minister Tufton is also part of the
government’s delegation to UNGA.
His mission is to champion Jamaica’s
response to non-communicable diseases
through Jamaica Moves.
Prime Minister Holness will chair
the high-level breakfast event and give
the opening address, at the CARICOM
High-Level Breakfast Event signalling
the launch of Caribbean Moves; an initiative
to raise awareness to Non-Communicable
Diseases (NCDs) and ways to
combat the diseases.
“During the 73rd Session of the
UNGA in New York City, I will chair &
give the opening address at the CARICOM
High-Level Breakfast Event signalling
the launch of Caribbean Moves;
an initiative to raise awareness to Non-
Communicable Diseases (NCDs) and
ways to combat the diseases,” said Holness.
Dr. Tufton will also speak at the function,
which is a major move in getting
persons to be active and improve their
lifestyles toward healthier habits.
In that regard, Minister Tufton will
also engage the private and public sectors
Consul General of Jamaica to New
York, Alison Roach Wilson and Dr.
Christopher Tufton, stop for a photo
op before joining the Walk the
Talk, health challenge run/walk in
New York’s Central Park.
Jamaica Consulate NY
through a series of meetings which
began on Monday, Sept. 24.
The Third High-Level Meeting on
the Prevention and Control of Non-
Communicable Diseases (NCDs) is a
major presentation as Jamaica and
other nations across the world devise
strategies to combat NCDs.
Mathieu Eugene launches
relief effort for The Bahamas
Council Member Mathieu Eugene, in
partnership with local organizations, has
launched a relief effort at the District
Office to provide aid to the Bahamas in
the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. The
resulting devastation of the storm has
resulted in 51 deaths, with thousands of
residents missing and without food, and
nearly 70,000 left homeless.
“It is extremely important for our community
to do everything we can to help
the people of the Bahamas recover from
the devastation of Hurricane Dorian,”
said Council Member Eugene. “The Bahamas
is home to thousands of hardworking
people who now face a monumental
recovery and rebuilding process. There
are many residents affected by this storm
who were already struggling to provide for
themselves and their families, and now
their living circumstances are even worse.
There is a tremendous humanitarian need
to assist our brothers and sisters in the
Bahamas, and that is why I am partnering
with local organizations to provide these
much needed resources. I urge the members
of the community to drop off supplies
at the District Office Community Room,
located at 900 Rogers Avenue, any time
between 9 am - 5 pm, Monday through
Friday. This is an extremely important
goodwill gesture and it is the first of many
steps that should be taken to help The
Bahamas rebuild and recover.”
Items to be donated at the District
Office, located at 900 Rogers Ave. include
Mops & buckets, towels & towelettes,
gloves, wet wipes, large plastic trash bags,
bleach, chlorine tablets, Lysol disinfectant
Water & water containers, canned
goods, meals ready to eat, non-perishable
dry goods, baby juice, baby food, baby formula,
Safety & Hygiene:
First aid kits, water filtration devices,
mosquito repellent, flashlights, hygiene
kits, diapers, baby wipes bug spray
Home & Outdoor:
Generators, portable stoves, butane
canisters, blankets, air mattresses, pillows,
sheet sets, non-electronic can opener,
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