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Camperdown High and SAJ partner for health

Published:Monday | February 15, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Principal of Camperdown High School, Valentine Bailey, reconnects with past student and Shipping Association of Jamaica operations manager, Dionne Mason-Gordon, in front of the SAJ’s mobile clinic.
The medical team, comprising past students of Camperdown High School, tends to patients at the recent health fair.

The Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ), in keeping with its mission to bring health care to various communities across the island, last week co-sponsored Camperdown High School's Annual Health Fair, through the loan of its mobile clinic.

With the assistance of industry partner, Seaport Equipment Ltd (Maritime & Transport Services Group), the Camperdown Alumni was able to host dozens of students, staff and community members at the annual event, held on the school grounds at 6B Camperdown Road, Kingston 16, on Tuesday, February 9.

The fair, organised by past students of the school, is one of the major projects through which the alumni is able to give back to the student population. Students and staff were treated to medical tests and health products along with talks that promoted a healthy lifestyle.