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Photo | 32nd batch of Japan Education and Teaching programme heads to Japan

Published:Saturday | July 14, 2018 | 11:10 PM
Members of the 32nd batch of Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme pose for a photograph at a farewell reception organised for them at the residence of Ambassador of Japan to Jamaica on Thursday, July 12, 2018. With them are (front row, sitting, from left): Marsha Dennie, vice president Jamaica JET Alumni Association; Marcia Gillbert-Roberts, permanent secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade; Senator Ruel Reid, minister of Education, Youth and Information.; Hiromasa Yamazaki, ambassador of Japan to Jamaica and Laurie Peters, high commissioner of Canada to Jamaica. A total 35 JET participants are leaving for Japan this year of which five left in April, the rest are scheduled to depart at the end of July.