Farm Up Jamaica 3K/5K Run/Walk For Health And Food Security

June 20, 2019 @ 5:00AM — 9:00AM

Run/Walk Starts at Emancipation Park, Kinston Jamaica. Farmers Market Held In The Park

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Register Now And Let's Rebuild Agriculture and Energize Youth To Become Jamaica's New Soldiers For Food Security

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.

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The 8th Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference and Farm Up Jamaica have partnered to shed some light on the sustainability of Organic Agriculture for Jamaica.

Minister Kamina Johnson Smith, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Dr. Julius Garvey, Son Of Marcus Garvey and Lesleyann Samuel, Union of Jamaican Alumni Association are the Front Runner who will Kickoff the event. Other Sponsor/Front Runners to be Announced.


Minister Kamina Johnson-Smith


Dr. Julius Garvey


Lesleyann Samuel

Also Register For the 2019 Jamaica Diaspora Conference. Every Jamaican living abroad should attend this event. Jamaica is Changing rapidly and you don’t want to miss your opportunity. Register Here: www.mfaft.gov.jm/conference

This year’s Jamaica Diaspora Conference theme is “Building Pathways For Sustainable Development”. At Farm Up Jamaica we realize that when building, it’s best to build from ground up.

We will kickoff the Farm Up Jamaica Run/Walk Fundraiser for Health and Food Security at 5:00am at The Emancipation Park in New Kingston Jamaica. The funds raised will help us complete Jamaica's First Climate-Smart Institute in South Manchester. The impact is profound as it will help to change the lives of young Jamaicans who are interested in improving communities across the Island through the expansion of organic agriculture. Reduction of crime and poverty is inevitable once we put idle hands to idle lands.

The 3K Run/Walk is an event that every Jamaican or friend of Jamaica should find a way to support. It is a very meaningful and measurable way to promote healthy sustainable livelihood while helping to reduce Jamaica’s food import bill. If you can not attend then simply sponsor a local Jamaican student or a loved one. Please isit our website to find out how you can become actively involved www.farmupjamaica.org.