RelatedJECDF to Focus on Role of Grandmothers in Children’s Development RelatedJECDF to Focus on Role of Grandmothers in Children’s Development Advertisements JECDF to Focus on Role of Grandmothers in Children’s Development Office of the Prime MinisterApril 19, 2010 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The Jamaica Early Childhood Development Foundation (JECDF) will be focusing on projects looking at the role of grandparents, particularly grandmothers, in the early development of children in Jamaica.“We will be supporting those (projects), aimed at educating and guiding these grandmothers, in their efforts to offer surrogate support to Jamaica’s young children,” Founder and Chair of the JECDF, Mrs. Lorna Golding said during her presentation to the Women’s International Forum at the United Nations, New York, on Friday, April 16.Mrs. Golding, wife of Prime Minister Bruce Golding, noted that the Jamaican situation is such, that young children are increasingly being reared by grandmothers, because their parents leave the community or even the country in search of work and opportunities for financial advancement.“Additionally, the increase in children and adolescents bearing children of their own has created grandmothers, who are now much younger than they used to be. It means that, even while these young grandmothers are in the process of raising their own children, they are being called on to take up the responsibility of ‘grand-mothering’ their grandchildren,” Mrs. Golding said.Meanwhile, Mrs. Golding noted that in establishing the JECDF, she has tried to support and promote the provision of improved services and resources for all Jamaican children, regardless of gender or background.“The Foundation has a vision that one day every Jamaican child will have equal opportunity to develop their full potential to contribute positively to their country’s development,” she said.Mrs. Golding said that one issue with which the country still grapples, is the concept of gender equity, which is the distinction in the treatment and socialisation of men and women, which starts from birth.She argued that so profound are these distinctions, that in the early childhood years from zero to eight, “we have seen a trend of young girls entering the formal school system far more prepared than their male counterparts to handle the new rigours of school.”“Several factors have been suggested as reasons for this phenomenon. For example, girls tend to be more closely supervised; they are expected to be more disciplined; they are usually given greater responsibility for chores and other tasks in the home; and, they are usually not allowed to leave the home or yard,” Mrs. Golding said.She pointed out that all these factors have affirmed the Foundation’s view that early stimulation practices must be directed at all children, so that both boys and girls are afforded the opportunity for holistic development.Mrs. Golding also noted that children who receive the right stimulation tend to be healthier, happier and better students and eventually productive and educated citizens. She added that their total development is a benefit to the society, as a whole, by way of decreased levels of crime and violence, a more productive and educated labour force, decreased dependence on social services and greater levels of employment and productive enterprise.“I am committed to doing my part through the Jamaica Early Childhood Development Foundation and other avenues to assist in ensuring that all Jamaica’s children are given the right start, the right way at the right time, right now,” Mrs. Golding said. RelatedJECDF to Focus on Role of Grandmothers in Children’s Development
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The equipment and manpower to raise and move the boathouse was donated by a local businessman who owns an equipment company in gratitude for their rescue of him as a young man. The initial planned lift was delayed for 24 hours because of a burst hydraulic hose on the crane but was successfully completed the following day. Riggers used a cradle of steel H-beams to support the building during transport.
Associated Press Television News SUBSCRIBE TO US Kyle Connor scored twice, Connor Hellebuyck made 41 saves for his fourth shutout of the season, and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 on Tuesday night to snap a six-game losing streak at home. It was the 18th shutout of Hellebuyck’s career and gave him the franchise record for shutouts, surpassing Ondrej Pavelec. He earned it with some highlight saves, particularly in the third period, and even tried to shoot the puck down the ice into an empty net, but it hit a Vancouver player.Jack Roslovic and Blake Wheeler also had a goal each and Patrik Laine picked up a pair of assists for the Jets, who have won their past 10 games against Vancouver.Connor’s second goal was into an empty net and gave him a team-leading 24 for Winnipeg (25-18-4).Jacob Markstrom stopped 21 of the 24 shots he faced for the Canucks (25-18-4), who have been shut out three times this season.Winnipeg led 2-0 after the first period and 3-0 after two.The game got off to an unusual start for the Jets, who appeared to score three goals in a span of 37 seconds but only one counted.During a wraparound by Jets centre Mark Scheifele, the puck went off Vancouver forward Brock Boeser and into the net at 1:18. However, a review showed the net had lifted off its mooring and the puck actually slid under the side of it, so the goal didn’t count.Four seconds later, Connor got a cross-ice pass from Sami Niku and sent a one-timer past Markstrom on the glove side.Defenseman Anthony Bittetto’s point shot went by Markstrom at 1:55, but a Vancouver coach’s challenge for offside was successful, nullifying that goal, too.The Canucks had an early power play, but Hellebuyck stopped J.T. Miller’s shot.Winnipeg made it 2-0 at 14:24 after Adam Lowry fed a long pass to Roslovic and he went in alone and fired the puck high past Markstrom.Canucks forward Elias Pettersson hit a goal post late in the period.The Jets began the second period on a power-play after a late first-period Vancouver penalty and made it count with Wheeler’s goal at 1:12.The Canucks had two power plays close together late in the period, but Hellebuyck turned aside a Boeser blast and then a Pettersson slap shot.After Bo Horvat hit the crossbar behind Hellebuyck early in the third, the netminder made a number of slick saves. He managed to smother a puck that was sliding around behind him, made a quick glove save on an Adam Gaudette shot, and then splayed out to cover a puck in the last four minutes.Notes: Winnipeg defenseman Carl Dahlstrom left the game late in the second with an upper-body injury and didn’t return. … The Jets were 0-5-1 during their skid. COMMENT Written By Last Updated: 15th January, 2020 12:30 IST Hellebuyck’s 41 Saves Leads Jets Past Canucks 4-0 Kyle Connor scored twice, Connor Hellebuyck made 41 saves for his fourth shutout of the season, and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 on Tuesday night to snap a six-game losing streak at home WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW US LIVE TV First Published: 15th January, 2020 12:30 IST