Sunday, September 22, 2013

Peace Day in Jamaica

Dr Elizabeth Ward, Head of Violence Prevention Alliance
Debbie Bissoon interviews a representative of St Patrick's Rangers - St Patrick's Foundation
Debbie interviews Varik
Was great to meet a member of my Twitter Fam - Debbie and yours truly
Klao Bell-Lewis, volunteer for VPA, interviews Tamu Davidson of the Ministry of Health.
WISYNCO reps were cheerful hosts
Organiser Cecil Ward surveys activities from the Digicel-branded stage
 Photo above shows dedicated volunteer Utealia Burrell at the Rural Family Support Organisation booth.

Young folks from inner city communities and well-wishers gathered yesterday at Mona Bowl, UWI to mark International Peace Day. The activities, organised by the Violence Prevention Alliance, showcased the country's creative talents and provided great fun and fellowship. Congrats to Dr Elizabeth Ward, head of VPA, volunteer Klao Bell-Lewis, MC Debbie Bissoon, Tamu Davidson of the Ministry of Health and sponsors Digicel and WISYNCO.
Sent from my BlackBerry® device from Digicel

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