Sint Maarten, Friday December 6, 2019 –
With a focus on improving the delivery of health care services in the Caribbean
in times of disaster, leaders from the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management
Agency (CDEMA) and the Caribbean Center for Disaster Medicine (CCDM) signed an
agreement yesterday to increase collaboration between the groups.
Through the partnership, CDEMA, the
regional agency for disaster management, and the CCDM (operated through
American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine), which focuses on
disaster medicine education and training, will bring together stakeholders and
resources to train professionals and enable the public to better prepare for
disaster-related medical and health care issues.
“We have been engaging centres of
higher learning in the Caribbean for some time as a means of ensuring that the
Agency is cultivating a brain trust that can inform its capacity building
efforts and to aid in development of innovative programmes to drive the
Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management and Resilience Mandate among
participating states,” said Ronald Jackson, executive director of CDEMA.
“Previously, we have leveraged these
efforts around the University of the West Indies (UWI), University of
Technology (UTECH) and University of Guyana. We are now happy, therefore, to be
engaging with knowledgeable partners, beyond our traditional community of
actors, such as the Caribbean Center for Disaster Medicine (CCDM) at American
University of the Caribbean (AUC) School of Medicine, so that we are able to
benefit from a wider pool of knowledge resources that can aid our resilience
Mark Quirk, executive director of the
CCDM added that through the agreement, the CCDM pledges to “move our work with
CDEMA forward as we focus on collaborative efforts in education and training
for healthcare and non-healthcare professionals”.
“Together, we will work across islands
and across countries with experts from multiple fields and disciplines to
improve disaster resilience in the Caribbean,” he said.
The partnership will be highlighted at the 2020 International Conference on Disaster Medicine and Hurricane Resiliency, hosted by the CCDM, taking place March 26-29 in Sint Maarten.
Watch TeeJay “Day One” Official Music Video DJ Frass Records | MISS GAZA
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Jamaican recording artist Teejay released his latest single, Day One, Produced by DJ Frass Records.
Producer DJ Frass thought of kicking in the New Year with the latest dancehall single, which features The Up Top Boss Teejay.
The new single sparkled some curiosity for the lyrics, and many fans started asking questions and dubbing Teejay’s new single as an Alkaline’s diss.
The music video, shot and directed in his homeland Jamaica, by Magical Studio, features the Up Top Boss linking with his crew and dropping powerful lyrics. In his newest single Teejay keeps calling his producer Dj Frass name, almost in every line.
A former associate of Vendetta’s deejay Alkaline.DJ Frass has worked for long time with Alka, but they had a fall out and are not working together anymore.
While the popular duo does not work together anymore and DJ Frassdenied that ‘Day One‘ is a diss song. He said :
“It is a track you and anyone can relate to. Big up my day ones, my real friends. There is no reason to hit out against any entertainer … just one friend showing love and respect to friends in dem life,” he said.
“This year officially marks my eleventh year in the music industry. Going forward, it’s not going to be normal. New millennium. The plan is to put more hard-core dancehall in the mix and push for the genre.”
Despite the producer denial fans have been speculating that Teejay’s new single s aimed at Alkaline himself, talking about loyalty and firenship.
Watch Teejay ‘Day One’ Official Music video posted below and judge it by yourself.
Available in all major digital music platforms you can get Teejay new single Day One clicking on the iTunes banner on this page.
WATCH TEEJAY “DAY ONE” OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO DJ FRASS RECORDS 2020
Jamaican dancehall artist Sikka Rymes the rising dancehall star from Gaza and World best right hand, that was shot 3 times by gunmen on Hope Rd. is slowly but steady recovering his health
After spending several weeks at the hospital, he was recently discharged and was able to appear OnStage TV with Winford Williams for a touching interview. Sikka explains that while is off the hospital bed he still has to return to the hospital sometimes to do eye tests and blood tests, because of his diabetes problem.
He spoke OnStage about being conscious the whole time after being shot three times. He knew that he was riding his motorcycle in a line of traffic and a car that was also in the line overtook the vehicles that were behind him and pulled up beside him and someone started firing shots at him. He was shot in his hand, his chest and his foot before he realized that the person who fired the shots had no intention to stop, and he turn the bike on the side and let it go, so it moved along the road beside the car that the attacker was in. He then managed to get up and run to a car that was not far behind and he was rushed to the hospital. The hospital staff had to cut his clothes off quickly so they could start trying to save his life.
The young Gaza artist is still trying to figure out why someone would try to hurt him, since he is known to be patient and he has never been involved in any beef with anyone. He was simply working to take care of his family. Taking care of them and helping Kartel who is in prison, was what he lived to do.
He also spoke about “Up Move” an event that he had organized for the children who had parents who couldn’t afford to give them treats. He would give them ice-cream and other treats and he got sponsorship from entrepreneurs to keep it going. He really tried to uplift the youth in his community.He could only conclude that envy was the reason the gunmen had to do what they did.
The Jamaican recording artist is still experiencing the pain of his wounds and knows he needs to wait some more before he can continue with his career. He will take him until at least till Summer to recover, also his voice, and being able to record new music. While Onstage TV he promoted his new music video for his latest anthem “Gaza to Mi Bone’ and said it was recorded the day before he was shot. Sikka Rymes stated that he hasn’t spoken to Vybz Kartel since the shooting.
WATCH SIKKA RYMES INTERVIEW ONSTAGE TV WITH WINFORD WILLIAMS JUNUARY 2020 BELOW
WATCH SIKKA RYMES “GAZA TO MI BONE” OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO 2020
Jamaican Stars Koffee, Shenseea & Squash To Perform At Super Bowl 2020 In Miami | MISS GAZA
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Jamaican Reggae singer and Grammy-nominated Reggae artist Koffee will perform during Super Bowl weekend, Koffee has been added to the line-up of performers for the upcoming Super Bowl weekend.
The announcement comes after her Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which is scheduled for April 10-19 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. confirmation. She was recently added to the list of performers for the Viewtopia Music Festival, one of the biggest preludes to the NFL Super Bowl.
She is joined by dancehall sensations Shenseesa and Squash that will be also perform during the dancehall segment of the event.
The Jamaican reggae dancehall acts will join international artists like Cardi B, Chris Brown, Migos, DJ Khaled, Gunna, Megan Thee Stallion, Burna Boy, Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign, and Safaree.
At the main event, the Half-Time Show superstars like Shakira and Jennifer Lopez will headline the halftime show, which will take place during the championship game on February 2, The game will be played at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
Check out posted below the latest hits from Jamaican reggae star Koffee, and dancehall sensations Shenseea and Squash.
Koffee – W (Official Video) ft. Gunna
Listen To Squash “Mighty” Official Audio Shab Don Records 2020
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Jamaican dancehall reggae artist Squash, real name Andre’ Whittaker, after closing a great 2019, is already making big waves in this just started 2020.
The Montego Bay native and fast-rising dancehall artist Squash The Six Boss, already released two new hot singles to ring in the new year with the right gear.
The super prolific, hard hitting Jamaican artist, as well as his whole 6ix crew, have been scoring hits on hits and raised to fame in less than an year and half, also thanks to Vybz Kartel’s endorsement and their many collaborations in the past year.
Putting a lot of work in his music crafting, 6ixReal Records has been collecting fans and heavy rotations, so much Squash he is one of the top streamed dancehall artist of 2019.
The 6ix Boss released his new music single “Mighty” produced by increasingly popular music label Shab Don Records and voiced over World Government Riddim, click here to listen to the full riddim mix, just last week and this week released a new and fast tempo 2020 anthem titled “Cold Blood”, consisting of fire lyrics over a fast tempo, with his own label 6ixReal Records teaming up with Wapdem Records and co- producing the song.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Friday January 17,
2020 – The Ministry
of Finance has labelled as “patently false”, a media report that claimed President
David Granger had awarded himself a salary increase.
news outfit Citizens Report published the report on Tuesday.
ministry stressed that had there been an increase in the president’s salary,
there would have been a corresponding increase in the pensions received by the
three ex-Presidents – Bharat Jagdeo, Samuel Hinds and Donald Ramotar.
Citizen’s Report was not so bent on causing public mischief, a quick check of
the pensions of any of the three ex-Presidents would have shown that they have
remained the same since 2015. The Ministry wishes to remind readers that it is
Mr Jagdeo who caused the law governing Presidential pensions to be changed to
7/8 of the salary of the current President, instead of 7/8 of the salary of the
President at the time he demits office,” the ministry said.
that it was unfortunate that as the country enters the elections season, the
issue of a well-deserved increase in wages and salaries for public servants,
who, under the previous People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) administration
were financially impoverished and subjected to poor working conditions, should
be twisted into a blatantly false claim.
“It is worth
recapping that this latest increase in the minimum wage represents an overall
increase of 77 per cent the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance for
Change (APNU+AFC) coalition took office in 2015. This is a tangible
demonstration of the government’s commitment to building a Good Life for All
Guyanese, as we enter the Decade of Development,” it said.
“The Ministry wishes to exhort the reporters of Citizens Report to become more acquainted with the tenets of good reporting, rather than pander to their handlers and do a disservice to their readers,” the ministry’s statement added.
NASSAU, The Bahamas, Friday January
17, 2020 – The
Government is looking to simplify investment requirements and expedite
investment applications for Bahamian and international investors for Abaco, the
Abaco Cays, and East End and West End, Grand Bahama, Prime Minister Dr Hubert
Minnis has announced.
liberalize the process of investment for the affected areas,” the Prime
Minister told hundreds of local and international delegates attending the
Hurricane Dorian Pledging Conference at the Baha Mar Convention Centre this
difficult decisions must be made if we are to rebuild, rebuild quickly, smartly
and with resilience.”
details are expected to be released in the weeks ahead, said Prime Minister
of governments, multilateral agencies and financial institutions attended the
Pledging Conference, which was geared towards mobilizing recovering financing
for Hurricane Dorian. It was held under the theme ‘Rebuilding a Stronger and
More Resilient Bahamas’ and US$1.5 billion was pledged in recovery funding and
in-kind services, which was just under half the estimated losses and damage the
Category 5 hurricane caused when it made landfall in the archipelago in
Grand Bahama reconstruction and recovery efforts are expected to get a boost
from the event which was organized by the Government of The Bahamas in
partnership with the United National Development Programme (UNDP).
Minister said the Conference and other such efforts are an essential part of
the rebuilding process.
Government has already prepared specific reconstruction delivery plans, which
have been cross-referenced with the US$3.4 billion damage and loss assessment
by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the United Nations Economic
Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UNECLAC).
focus on housing, the environment and debris clean up, education, health,
infrastructure and the economy. From the reconstruction delivery plans,
specific project concepts have been identified.
re-emphasize that private sector, NGO and international contributions must be
aligned with the priority areas of the Government of The Bahamas,” said Prime
that progress is being made on the ground on Abaco, the Abaco Cays and Grand
Bahama, including the removal of debris and the restoration of various
“Despite the progress, someone visiting, especially Abaco and the Abaco Cays, these four months later, will be shocked by the scope and scale of the devastation and the enormous, complex and many challenges of rebuilding,” he added, stressing that there is still a “very long road ahead”.