Skills Training Programmes

Operation Friendship in collaboration
with the
HEART Trust/NTA

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Canadian High Commissioner commends Operation Friendship

The Canadian High Commissioner to Jamaica Stephen Hallihan has commended the contribution of Operation Friendship in providing marketable skills to the vulnerable young people in the Kingston Inner-City.

In congratulating Operation Friendship Mr. Hallihan said, "This is a great facility, with great students, a great staff and a great future".

He was speaking at Operation Friendship in connection with the volunteer work done at the organisation by members of the Canadian Armed Forces during their recent visit to Jamaica.

In congratulating the forces Mr Hallihan said,"that there are no better ambassadors for Canada, anywhere in the world than the men and women of the Canadian armed forces."



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Building a Bridge of Goodwill

Canadian High Commisioner

Stephen Hallihan
Canadian High Commissioner to Jamaica
and Head of Mission


Community Service Recognition


50th Anniversary

1961-2011

Celebrating 50 yrs of service to the Kingston Innercity



Operation Friendship, Jamaica


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