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SURVEY: Value of Jamaica’s Diaspora July 6, 2017

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*We are pleased to inform you that UTech, Jamaica Alumna Shanike Smart, Class of 2014, BBA Production & Operations Management, Minor Economics is one of the researchers on this project. Please show your support and share with as many Jamaicans based outside of Jamaica as you can. Thanks!

CARPI_JaDiasoporaInstitute

Dear Members of the Diaspora,

You are invited to take part in this important survey, “Value of Jamaica’s Diaspora”, being conducted by the Jamaica Diaspora Institute and the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CAPRI).

It will take approximately ten minutes for you to complete the survey. The results will be shared at the upcoming Diaspora Conference, being held in Kingston, Jamaica, July 23 – 26, 2017. The results of the survey will assist in guiding the Jamaican government’s strategy for engagement with the Diaspora and to strengthen partnerships for Jamaica’s growth and development.

Please note that your name is not required and therefore your identity remains anonymous in this survey. Feel free therefore to be as open as you want to be.

Start Survey

Shamoy Cain
Executive Assistant
Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI)
Room H212, Alister McIntyre Building, UWI, Mona, Kingston 7, Jamaica W.I.
UWI Intra-Campus Extension: 3794
Tel: +1 876 970 3447, +1 876 970 2910
Fax: +1 876 970 4544
www.capricaribbean.org


 

NOTE: The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Ja) shares career and other opportunities on this blog, sourced from non-UTech, Ja entities and organizations, based locally and overseas. This is done as an information service to its alumni community and other users. UTech, Ja is not liable for any loss or damage, personal or otherwise from the use of said information.  UTech, Ja does not guarantee that your participation in any of the activities referenced will be a good and safe decision for you.  It is understood that users of the blog will do their own research and proper due diligence, to determine what is a profitable and safe opportunity, before committing to any action.

 

Alumni Relations Office
University of Technology, Jamaica
876-970-5468

 

 

 

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