Discipline and Development in Jamaica


Fellow blogger Emma highlighted this article today on social media and I must reblog it as it says a lot of things that I think need to be said. Enjoy your Monday!

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This article from Caribbean Journal makes so many important points about Jamaican society it is hard to know where to start. I thought I would share it with you, from the Executive Director of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, Dennis Chung. It is just common sense!

You can read the article at http://www.caribjournal.com/2014/02/02/discipline-and-development-in-jamaica/

LAST Wednesday I was driving to work when I saw a man throw an orange peel and another item on the road. The confidence with which he seemed to do it implied that he thought that everything was right with what he was doing. He had no consideration for the fact that it would make the streets look unclean, could possibly be a health hazard, and that this sort of action is what contributes to increased costs to clean the streets and gullies.

If enough of this type of behaviour is multiplied then you can see the…

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