Day: June 4, 2019

Seven young Jamaicans and a Cuban living in Jamaica have been awarded scholarships to pursue studies at the School of Medicine in Cuba. The students, five of whom will study medicine, one dentistry and two postgraduate medical specialities, were selected from a pool of 200 applicants. The Jamaica-born students are Amanda Bradley, Dominique Whitely, Deanroy Clarke and Donorio Hartley, Satasha Hutchinson, Kerrylee Jones and Naifia Murray. Marianne Binta Konate Hernandez, the daughter of Cuban resident in Jamaica, will study medicine. Hernandez has Cuban and Ghanaian roots, a mixed origin that has coalesced in Jamaica, where she has lived most of her life.

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Seven young Jamaicans and a Cuban living in Jamaica have been awarded scholarships to pursue studies at the School of Medicine in Cuba. The students, five of whom […]

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