ortive Organization, (NAJASO), Mr. Richard Nugent says his association will continue to provide support to Jamaicans at home and in the Diaspora.
Addressing the official opening ceremony to celebrate NAJASO’s 40thanniversary held at the Secrets Resort in Montego Bay, St. James on Thursday (July 13), Mr. Nugent said NAJASO’s outreach programme, forms the basis of the organization’s existence.
“Forty years comes with ups and downs… NAJASO has made significant contributions to Jamaica, to our less fortunate brothers and sisters…This is just a part of the things we keep doing over the years,” he stated.
He said projects such as the annual medical mission will continue in September and will target more communities than they have visited before.
The NAJASO President said the organization will also support Jamaica’s education programme, through the provision of scholarships for children of parents with financial difficulties.
Also addressing the ceremony was Mayor of Montego Bay, Councillor Homer Davis who commended the NAJASO members for their efforts in bringing together the diaspora in support of the country.
He encouraged the members to continue forging partnerships with organizations for the betterment of the country.