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DR JILL LINSE STORY

Cecelia Campbell-Livingston photos

1. Dr Jill Linse

2. Dr Notoiya Hall getting familiar with the portable ultra sound machine on a patient at the hospital.

SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPTIONS

ORANTES MOORE PHOTOS

Students from the Edgehill School of Special Education at a ground-breaking ceremony alongside (l to r): the school's chair, Margaret Harvey-Williams; Port Maria's Mayor, Levan Freeman; MP for Central St Mary and Minster without Portfolio in the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing, Dr Morais Guy; chair of the Digicel Foundation, Jean Lowrie-Chin; executive director of the Jamaica Association on Intellectual Abilities, Christine Rodriquez; and Principal of the Port Maria Learning Centre, Charmaine Palmer-Lee

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Member of Parliament for Central St Mary and Minster without Portfolio in the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing, Dr Morais Guy addresses the audience during a ceremony to celebrate the development of a centre of excellence for children with special needs in Port Maria, St Mary.

LITERACY PHOTOS

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Music teacher Novlette Neil (left) and her colleague Paulette Sutherland, both teachers at the Villa Road Primary and Junior High School in Mandeville, Manchester, say they are grateful to have the First Global Bank/Ministry of Education Music Literacy programme in their school, as students reading levels have been improved.

Mothers Leslie-Ann Britton (left) and Rose-Marie Allen with their children (from left) Luke Bowen, Annissa Bailey and Shania Gray, students at the Villa Road Primary and Junior High School in Mandeville, Manchester. The mothers have confirmed that their children's reading ability has improved tremendously due to their involvement in the First Global Bank/Ministry of Education Music Literacy programme in their school.

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Claudelle Clarke