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Published:Wednesday | May 9, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Dancehall artiste D'Angel (left) and Bahamas sprint queen Debbie Ferguson (right) wear Jamaica's national colours themed fashion by designer Neahlis. The Zenani campaign, aimed at improving road safety globally, was launched in Jamaica at the Wyndham Kingston hotel last Friday in the presence of top international and local athletes. - Contributed
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator A.J. Nicholson (left), and Canadian High Commissioner Stephen Hallihan cut the ribbon to open a photographic exhibition recently at the Frame Centre Gallery on Ardenne Road in Kingston. The exhibition, titled 'Two Nations, One Heart: Canada and Jamaica at 50', celebrates five decades of mutual friendship between the two countries. The exhibition will be taken across Jamaica. - Contributed
Songstress Alaine had Dr Omar Davies in stitches as she wowed the audience at the Wyndham Kingston hotel during the launch of the Zenani road-safety campaign. - Contributed
Talk-show host Marlene Malahoo Forte helps these children through their ABC at the Sylvia Foot Infant Centre, located at Heroes Circle, Kingston, in recognition of Read Across Jamaica Day yesterday. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
These bright-eyed students of Morant Bay Primary School in St Thomas seem absorbed in the pages of The Gleaner as Christopher Barnes, managing director of the company, gave them a lesson in print journalism. Mr Barnes visited the school as part of Teachers' Day activities yesterday. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Past student of the Children's Centre, Shayne Powell, performing at the association's 25th anniversary awards dinner at the Knutsford Court Hotel, Ruthven Road, last Saturday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer

It's all about education and the children we love so dearly. Activities to celebrate Child Month continue with special emphasis on childsafety. This week is also being recognised as Reading Week.