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Published:Wednesday | December 17, 2014 | 11:36 PM
Professor Neville Ying (left) executive director, Jamaica Diaspora Institute and Mr. Parris Lyew Ayee, director, Jamaica National Building Society Foundation, shake hands after they affixed their signatures to formalize the funding agreement between the two organizations to benefit the Diaspora Youth Connect programme. Also in photo is Miss Saffrey Brown, general manager, JNBS Foundation who guided the proceedings. Diaspora Youth Connect will promote entrepreneurship and leadership among young people residing in eight communities in Kingston, St. Andrew and Montego Bay through workshops and a mentorship programme involving volunteer mentors from Jamaica and the Diaspora.