Yaneek Page | Bridging The Divide Between Youth And Employers

Readers of this column would by now recognise my passion for the role of entrepreneurship in helping to solve some of the country’s most pressing social and economic problems.

In particular, there is an urgent need for more Jamaicans to start enterprises aimed at marrying their willingness to undertake risk for profit with social impact and positive change.

One social problem that is ripe for such solutions is the apparent divide between youth expectations and those of employers in the workplace

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The National Organization of Deported Migrants {NODM} is a not for profit organization that was established to assist deported migrants to adjust to their new lives in Jamaica. Our operations staff is made up entirely of deported men and women who fully understand the challenges and difficulties arising from deportation. Following the official launch in October 2010 at the University of the West Indies, the organization has partnered with the British High Commission Jamaica Office, (BHC) the International Organization for Migration, (IOM) the Ministry of National Security (MNS) and several other government agencies and NGO's to provide deported persons with practical real life assistance in their effort to reintegrate and resettle in society.   Board of Directors Our Board of Directors is comprised of noteable Jamaican citizens and provides oversight to the Executive body.   Operations Team Our day-to-day activities are managed by deported persons, all of whom are able and willing to provide advice and support derived from their wealth of experience, expertise and first-hand knowledge on the issues and challenges associated with deportation.  

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