The mobile medical and dental clinic that was launched by the Braeton Seventh-day Adventist Church in November 2015 made its debut run during Operation Save a Youth (OSAY) 2016.
Several communities and towns in Clarendon, Jamaica will never be the same again, thanks to the over 2,000 Adventist youths who effected over 40 community services projects in the Parish during OSAY (Operation Save a Youth) 2016.
Operation Save a Youth (OSAY) 2016 was not only about impacting lives through community services projects, but also through the awarding of two (2) scholarships, each valued at J$120,000.00.
Approximately 50 students and teachers of the Adventist owned Willowdene Group of Schools conducted devotion and shared breakfast with nursing mothers at the Cumberland Road Health Centre as part of their annual Random Act of Kindness Week outreach project.
Community participation is vital to prevent and control the spread of diseases transmitted by the Aedes aegypti mosquito. Community participation has been defined “as a process whereby individuals, families and communities are involved in the planning and conduct of local vector control activities so as to ensure that the programme meets the local needs and priorities of the people who live in the community. It also fosters and promotes community self-reliance.
Central Jamaica Conference has seen a miraculous turn around in its finance within the same year when, in order to balance its budget workers were asked to take a 10% salary cut.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica is disassociating itself from comments made by one of its clergy at the PNP mass rally in Half-Way-Tree Sunday night.