The following are excerpts from the page of Real Change For Jamaica on facebook.
As concerned Jamaicans, residing all over the world, we have become deeply troubled with the state of governance, or the lack thereof, in our mother country.
Jamaica is facing severe economic and social problems, which includes, but are not limited to, a sluggish economy, high rate of unemployment, high levels of crime, crippling national debt, corruption, crumbling social order, weak agricultural sector, poor education, unskilled labor force, inadequate health services, abuse of human rights and a poor justice system. It is our hope, that by meeting in this Discussion Forum on a regular basis, we will be able to posit viable solutions and craft a plan to help EFFECT REAL CHANGE in Jamaica.
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Great job, but where are the forums
Thank you for posting. The forums are active in the Facebook group!
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