Earth Day 2022 – o3

Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy, Bobby Adelson (right) shares in a plant beautification activity with students of the New Providence, Primary School.
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Earth Day 2022 – 02

A student of the New Providence Primary School shares in a beautification exercise celebrating Earth Day, alongside members of the U.S. Embassy’s Public Affairs Team.
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Earth Day 2022

Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy, Bobby Adelson (right) shares in a plant beautification activity with students of the New Providence, Primary School.
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CFS Launch – 2

Sharing in the launch of the first Child-Friendly Space, under the U.S.-Jamaica Child Protection Compact at the Falmouth Police Station were (l-r) Carlos Russell, Superintendent of Police, Falmouth Police Station; Mrs. Chenee Russell Robinson, Manager, Trafficking in Persons Secretariat, Ministry of National Security; Courtney Williams, Chairperson, The National Taskforce Against Trafficking in Persons/Permanent Secretary, Ministry ...
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CFA Launch – 1

Alex Sokoloff, Counselor for Economic and Political Affairs, U.S. Embassy (center), shares in a discussion with The Honorable Zavia Mayne, Minister of State, Ministry of National Security (right) and Courtney Williams, Chairperson, The National Taskforce Against Trafficking in Persons/Permanent Secretary, Ministry of National Security (left), following the launch of the first Child-Friendly Space under the ...
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CFS Launch – Mural

The Honorable Zavia Mayne, Minister of State, Ministry of National Security (3rd left) takes a look at the mural in Jamaica’s first Child-Friendly Space, under the U.S.-Jamaica Child Protection Compact. Looking on are (l-r) Superintendent Dr. Cheryl Burke, Center for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA), Courtney Williams, Chairperson, The National Taskforce ...
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Jr Achievement Tablet Photo Op

Participants were (l-r) Walric Peddie, President of Junior Achievement Jamaica, Ms. Debbie Meeks, Principal, Elletson Primary & Infant School, Mr. Duane Forbes, Principal, Jacks Hill Primary & Infant School and Ms. Abigail Cole, Office Manager, Junior Achievement Jamaica.
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CDC PAHO Handover to MOHw 3

Dr Marion Bullock DuCasse, Technical Advisor for Health Emergencies, PAHO Subregional Office of the Caribbean (3rd left) describes donated medical supplies to John McIntyre, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy, (right). Looking on are Ian Stein, PAHO/WHO Representative to Jamaica, Bermuda and the Cayman Islands and the Honorable Juliet Cuthbert-Flynn, Minister of State, Ministry of Health & ...
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CDC PAHO Handover to MOHw 2

The Honorable Juliet Cuthbert-Flynn, Minister of State, Ministry of Health & Wellness (r) officially accepts a 16-seater Minibus for the transportation of the rapid response and contact tracing teams to support COVID-19 containment measures. Looking on are Dr. Varough Deyde, Director, U.S. Centers for Disease Control, Caribbean Regional Office, John McIntyre, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy ...
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PAHO CDC MOHw Handover

John McIntyre, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy, (2nd right) shares in a photo op with (l-r) Ian Stein, PAHO/WHO Representative to Jamaica, Bermuda and the Cayman Islands, the Honorable Juliet Cuthbert-Flynn, Minister of State, Ministry of Health & Wellness and Dr. Varough Deyde, Director, U.S. Centers for Disease Control, Caribbean Regional Office.
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Pic 2 field hospital

Minister of Health & Wellness, Dr. Christopher Tufton (centre) examines the hand wash station inside the mobile field hospital while Chargé d'Affaires of the U.S. Embassy, John McIntyre (right) and Acting CEO of the May Pen Hospital, Eugena Clarke-James look on.
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Pic 1 field hospital

Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr. Christopher Tufton (2nd right) and the Chargé d'Affaires of the U.S. Embassy, John McIntyre (2nd left) cut the ribbon to officially open the 40-bed field hospital at the May Pen Hospital in Clarendon. Sharing in the moment are: Custos of Clarendon, Hon. William Shagoury (left) and Acting CEO of ...
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Standpipe Handover

Melanie Subratie, Chairperson of the Musson Foundation (2nd left) hands over basketball nets to Anthony Simpson, Chairperson of the Standpipe Community Development Committee, at the official opening of The Church of St. Margaret Standpipe Sports Complex. Looking on are (r-l) Scott Feeken, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy, The Honorable Olivia 'Babsy' Grange Minister of Information, Youth, ...
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Scott Feeken – Standpipe

Scott Feeken, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy, Kingston accepts a token of appreciation from a member of the Standpipe Community Development Committee, on behalf of former Ambassador Donald Tapia for his personal contribution towards the renovation of The Church of St. Margaret Standpipe Sports Complex.
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Church of St. Margaret Standpipe Sports Complex – Ribbon Cutting

Scott Feeken, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy, Kingston (2nd right) shares in a ceremonial ribbon cutting along with The Honorable Fayval Williams, Member of Parliament for St. Andrew Eastern (2nd left), at the official opening of The Church of St. Margaret Standpipe Sports Complex. Looking on are The Honorable Olivia 'Babsy' Grange, Minister of Information, Youth, ...
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Pfizer Vaccine Donation 2

Scott Feeken, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy, Kingston (2nd r) and Dr. Varough Deyde, Acting Deputy Chief of Mission (r), engage with Jamaican Government officials upon the arrival of the first shipment of U.S. Government donated Pfizer vaccines to combat COVID-19. (3rd r-l) The Most Honorable Andrew Holness. Prime Minister, The Honorable Kamina Johnson Smith, Minister ...
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CDC Handover to Department of Correctional Services

Dr Donna-Michelle Royer Powe - Director of Medical Services, DCS Lt. Col. (Retired) Gary Rowe – Commissioner of Corrections Ms. Shauna Trowers – Chief Technical Director, Ministry of National Security Senator the Honorable Matthew Samuda, Ministry of National Security John McIntyre, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy Dr. Varough Deyde, Acting Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy ...
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JDF Appointment to USCG Academy

(l-r) Chargé d’Affaires, John McIntyre, Elaine Chambers (mother of Potential Officer, Nicholas Folkes), Senator the Honorable Matthew Samuda, Minister without Portfolio, Ministry of National Security, Potential Officer, Shawna Marie Sinclair, and Commodore Antonette Wemyss-Gorman Jamaica Defence Force
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CDA and MP Williams

The U.S. Embassy’s Chargé d’Affaires John McIntyre (r) shares an elbow bump with Minister of Education, Youth and Information, The Honorable Fayval Williams, ahead of the launch of the Women in EdTech POWER Connect
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#300Trees Group Photo

Participants in the U.S. Embassy’s #300Trees Initiative (l-r) Standpipe Community Representatives Lavern Johnson and Doreen Moodie, Representative of the Mona Primary School, Alex Hepburn, Principal, Hope Valley Experimental, Anthony Grant, Media Personality and co-host of Farm Chicks Debbie Bissoon, Executive Marketing Advisor, Operation Help the People, Carlyle Grant, Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy, Robert ‘Bobby’ ...
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Field Hospital Tour

U.S. Army South Deputy Commanding General for Interoperability, Brigadier General Alcides V. Faria, (4th-l) listens keenly to Minister of State, Ministry of Health & Wellness, The Hon. Juliet Cuthbert Flyn, OD MP, during a recent tour of the U.S. funded mobile field hospital, based at the Spanish Town Hospital in St. Catherine. Looking on are ...
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Ambassador Tapia joins the Marines in handing over toys to Mustard Seed Community Jamaica. L to R: Lance Corporal Abdellatif, Darcy Tulloch-Williams, Executive Director of the Mustard Seed Community Jamaica, Sergeant Forehand, Ambassador Donald Tapia, Gunnery Sergeant Huang, and Lance Corporal Heng
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AFCP Pic

U.S. Ambassador to Jamaica, Donald R. Tapia ( l), presents a symbolic check to Acting Executive Director of the National Gallery of Jamaica (NGJ) Dr. Jonathan Greenland. The NGJ is one of several global recipients of the 2020 U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation Award.
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