Jamaica lauded for having first non-British selected for Diana Award
Jamaica has been lauded for having two of its young citizens selected earlier this year as recipients of the Diana Award, the first non-British nationals to be so honored.
The award, created in honour of the late Princess of Wales to recognize young persons with a spirit of volunteerism or those who have excelled despite adversities, started in Britain in 1999 and has since been given to 36,000 British youth, with the first Jamaican recipients being Alex Newman and Chrislyn Winter of the not-for-profit organization, Rise Life Management……

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August 17, 2012 jamaicaobserver.com

Jamaica lauded for having first non-British selected for Diana Award

Jamaica has been lauded for having two of its young citizens selected earlier this year as recipients of the Diana Award, the first non-British nationals to be so honored.

The award, created in honour of the late Princess of Wales to recognize young persons with a spirit of volunteerism or those who have excelled despite adversities, started in Britain in 1999 and has since been given to 36,000 British youth, with the first Jamaican recipients being Alex Newman and Chrislyn Winter of the not-for-profit organization, Rise Life Management……

Don’t forget to check our sister blog The Black Me



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