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  2. Clarendon College (Jamaica) - Wikipedia

    Clarendon College, commonly called CC, is a high school in the town of Chapelton in northern Clarendon, Jamaica. It is the oldest school in the parish and was founded on February 2, 1942 by the Rev'd. Lester Davy, Minister of Religion of the Congregational Church Union of Jamaica.

  3. Ministry of Labour and Social Security (Jamaica) - Wikipedia

    The Ministry of Labour and Social Security of Jamaica oversees Social Security and Welfare, Education Affairs and Services, and Labour Relations Employment Services. The head offices of the labour and social security divisions are in Kingston. As of 2020, the Minister of Labour and Social Security is The Honourable Karl Samuda CD, MP See also

  4. Meadowbrook High School, Jamaica - Wikipedia

    Meadowbrook High School is a government-aided learning institution located in the suburbs of Kingston, Jamaica. It is co-educational, first-to-sixth form, secondary school located in the community of Meadowbrook in the parish of St. Andrew. It was founded on 13 March 1958 by the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands .

  5. Queen's School, Jamaica - Wikipedia's_School,_Jamaica

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Queen's School, Jamaica is an all-girl High School located in Kingston, Jamaica. Academically, it is one of the top high schools in Jamaica. It is an Anglican school and is well known and respected for producing quality students.

  6. Nigel A. L. Clarke - Wikipedia

    Nigel Andrew Lincoln Clarke (born 20 October 1971) is Minister of Finance and the Public Service of Jamaica. He is a Jamaican Member of Parliament, company director, business executive and statesman. He has served as chairman or director of over 20 Jamaican public and private sector economic enterprises.

  7. Permanent secretary - Wikipedia

    Permanent secretaries are the non-political civil service chief executives of government departments or ministries, who generally hold their position for a number of years (thus "permanent") at a ministry as distinct from the changing political secretaries of state to whom they report and provide advice. [1] Contents 1 Country 1.1 Australia

  8. Noor Hisham Abdullah - Wikipedia

    Noor Hisham bin Abdullah (born Yew Ming Seong; 21 April 1963) is a Malaysian civil servant and endocrine surgeon who has served as the Director-General of Health since March 2013. He has served as the Deputy Director General of Health (Medical) from February 2008 until his promotion to Director-General position in March 2013.

  9. Michael Omolewa - Wikipedia

    Early life and education Childhood and schooling. At the age of ten, Omolewa's believing father: Daniel Omilusi, a Senior Chief of the Ipoti-Ekiti region of Nigeria, granted some missionaries; including David Babcock – first Adventist missionary to West Africa, permission to spiritually and educationally mentor young Michael, who was born as 11th child in Omilusi's large family; and was ...