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Making a Difference at Papine High

Published:Wednesday | June 15, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Here, Kim Mair (left), CEO, Joan Duncan Foundation, holds one of the sweet peppers reaped from the greenhouse. Sharing in the moment are: Mark Jones (centre), Agricultural Science teacher and Audrey Deer-Williams, director, Joan Duncan Foundation. The greenhouse was constructed in July 2015 and is being used to educate the students in the subject of agricultural science.
Patricia Sutherland (centre), chairman, Joan Duncan Foundation, picks sweet peppers along with David Mair (left), executive director, Food For The Poor Jamaica. Sharing in the moment is Denzil Garrison, sixth-form student of the school.

The Joan Duncan Foundation, in partnership with Food - For The Poor Jamaica, recently handed over a greenhouse to Papine High School, which values approximately $1 million.