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Corporate Hands: A Treat for the Children

Published:Thursday | January 14, 2016 | 1:00 AM
Karen Bhoorasingh (left), president of the Insurance Association of Jamaica (IAJ), and Orville Johnson, executive director of the IAJ, having fun with the children at the IAJ Christmas treat for the west Kingston children at the Charles Chin Loy Basic School on Wednesday, Dece-mber 16.
Contributed Karen Bhoorasingh (left), president of the Insurance Association of Jamaica (IAJ) and Orville Johnson, executive director of the IAJ, having fun with the children at the IAJ Christmas treat for the West Kingston children at the Charles Chin-Loy Basic School on Wednesday, December 16.
Rudolph Brown/ Photographer Diane Mills-Shaw (centre), nurse manager for Kingston Public Hospital, check Karen Bhoorasingh (left), president of the Insurance Association of Jamaica's blood pressure while Orville Johnson, executive director of the IAJ, Jacqueline Ellis (right), deputy chief executive officer and Dr Natalie Whylie, senior medical officer at the Kingston Public Hospital after Keran Bhoorasingh, president of IAJ's donation of $5.5 million worth of equipment to the hospital recently.
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The Insurance Association of Jamaica recently threw a party for west Kingston children at the Charles Chin Loy Basic School and also donated $5.5 million worth of equipment to the Kingston Public Hospital.