Immigration and Deportation Prevention Task Force

A new Jamaica Diaspora Immigration and Deportation Prevention Task Force has kicked off to fight Deportation and facilitate Citizenship. Jamaicans are among the largest groups to be deported every month. The Task Force aims to address this issue in the hope of reducing the numbers of our countrymen/women removed from the US. The Task Force seeks…


Technology Task Force

The Technology Task Force seeks to promote software development in Jamaica through education.  The Task Force in partnership with it’s spin off, the Palisadoes Foundation is closing off the first year of the Calico project, which was a summer open source program for UWI and UTECH students and is now getting ready to run a Pilot…


Agriculture Task Force

The Jamaica Diaspora Agriculture Taskforce (JDAT) was created for members and organizations in the Diaspora who are passionate about Agriculture to join forces and mobilize  Sustainable Farming, Organic Food, Food Security and new markets for Jamaican farmers.  JDAT signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) this year with the Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS) and successfully delivered on: Hosting the…


Education Task Force – Early Childhood Fundraising Campaign

The Jamaica Diaspora Education Task Force (JDETF) has partnered with iSupport Jamaica powered by Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS), National Education Trust (NET) and the Victoria Mutual Building Society to raise US$2,000,000 to upgrade the infrastructure of early childhood and primary schools in Jamaica. A portion of the proceeds will be used for professional development and…


Crime Intervention and Prevention Task Force

The Jamaica Diaspora Crime Intervention and Prevention Task Force  (JDCIPT) has been recently established to support  Jamaican crime prevention with the most modern practices and resources available to law enforcement professionals living in the Diaspora. It aims to merge best practices in Diaspora locations with community development initiatives in Jamaica and to provide the Jamaican…




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