I-CREATE! UNICEF Visual Arts Contest for Teens
Former Child Soldier Urges Children to Resist Violence
Violence against children high on the political agenda in Jamaica
Jamaicans Unite for Peace
Prevention of child abuse: Queen Ifrica tops the chart with song against incest
Directory of Services for Children, Adults and Families 2005
The Child Abuse Mitigation Project (CAMP BUSTAMANTE)
UN Secretary General's Study on Violence Against Children-Caribbean Assessment launched at regional event for Latin America and the Caribbean
Young, Gifted and Violence Free - 92 young people trained as peace facilitators to serve in 50 communities across Jamaica
Young, Gifted and Violence Free: young people trained as peace facilitators
Opal Dunn - Power Peer Advocate
Football brings Unity to Violence-Torn Mountain View Community.
Kemesha Kelly - Student Leader Supporting Adolescent Participation.
Josephine Simpson - Roving Caregiver
Jamaican Children Learn Brazilian Capoeira as a Dance for Peace.
Youth Peace Facilitator Carrington Bishop - Bringing Peace to August Town.
Boundbrook Primary School Uses Puppets for HIV/AIDS Education.
Xchanger Orlando Hamilton- An "Agent for Change."
Windward Road Primary School's Breakfast Programme Ensures Children's Right to Education
Oxford Remedial School -Giving Children a Second Chance
Local Beauty Queen Gives "Lessons for Life" to Jamaican Children.
Jamaica: Gender-fair Schools stem boys' anger.
The Transitions Project - Helping Jamaican Children Make the Move from Pre-Primary to Primary School
Roving Caregivers - Providing Early Childhood Care and Stimulation Right at Home!
Youth Information Centres - Providing Youth-Friendly Spaces for Young People
Missing out on Childhood Because of HIV/AIDS
Putting "Children First" in Violence Prevention Efforts.
Youth Challenge Myths, Stigma and HIV/AIDS in Rural Jamaica.
Xchanger Andred Taylor - Positive Change Begins With Him
From School Dropout to Activist and Advocate - Jason's Story
Artistes Against AIDS - Using the Power of Music Against a Pandemic
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