J$2.65 Billion in Compassionate Grant has been paid out to about 265,000 CARE Programme applicant. Prospective applicants and applicants are reminded that they can also send an email to email@example.com.
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Ricardo Allen Founder of One on One Educational Services is making significant strides with his online education Platform. Since its inception in 2014, the company has provided e-learning assistance to more than 50,000 students across the region, even in the aftermath of natural disasters.
The Covid-19 Student Loan Relief programme will provide a deferral of student loan principal and interest payments for 3 months (until July 2020) for loans outstanding to the Student Loan Bureau (SLB).
Thousands of Jamaicans have responded positively to the GOJ’s Assistance through the COVID-19 Allocation of Resources for Employees (CARE) programme.
The closure of the COVID Compassionate Grant has produced a large ministerial backlast so the CARE Programme submitted this message to explain
The SET Cash or the Supporting Employees with Transfer of cash programme a grant from the GOJ’s CARE Programme will provide temporary cash transfers To individuals. The SET Cash proramme must be verified that they lost their employment on or after March 10 2020. The date of the fist COVID case in Jamaica.
The CARE Programme’s COVID-19 Compassionate Grant application system is now closed. As at 2:00 pm, Thursday April 16th, the CARE Programme received 388,775 applications for the compassionate grant, the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service announced.
Over 333,000 Jamaicans have so far successfully applied to the COVID-19 Allocation of Resources for Employees (CARE Programme), the Government’s temporary cash transfer initiative designed to cushion the economic impact of the pandemic.
COVID-19 Cash Grant programme is geared towards vulnerable individuals and businesses affected by COVID-19, like Simmons a Pan Chicken Vendor who is clinging to hopes of the Grant award.
The wecare.gov.jm website will be live starting Thursday, April 9, 2020, Jamaica-based individuals and businesses will be able to begin applying under the COVID-19 Allocation of Resources for Employees (CARE) Programme for benefits when the website goes live online.