UDC gives to Education and Downtown Kingston
Mr. Enrick Williams (seated at right), Corporate Wellness Officer at the Urban Development Corporation interacts with students of the St. Joseph’s Infant School during story-time on September 2, 2014. Looking on are Mrs. Grace Robinson-Miller ( left), Vice Principal of The St. Joseph’s Infant School and Mrs. Natasha Johnson (centre), teacher. The occasion was the handing over of desks and chairs to the St. Joseph’s Infant School in downtown Kingston as a part of the UDC’s community outreach activities and its commitment to supporting the development of Jamaica’s educational system. The UDC has been making contributions to the nation’s education sector since 1978, when the Corporation provided social facilities for eight newly developed communities in Portmore, including three infant, three primary and two secondary schools at Naggo Head, Waterford and Bridgeport.