Board member of the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), Bishop Rudolph Daley (second right), presents President of the Rejoin Citizens Association in Hanover, Iverine Sealey with a copy of the signed contract for the $24.8 million upgrading and rehabilitation of the Rejoin main road.The Citizens Association
has given its commitment in cash or kind towards the implementation of the project.
...Addressing the signing ceremony, held in the Seventh Day Adventist Church Hall in the community, JSIF Board member, Bishop Rudolph Daley said that if allowed to remain in its present condition, the roadway would impact negatively on the socio-economic potential of the community. He
pointed out that the signing of the contract was the first step in reversing that trend, and should contribute significantly to the market potential of the community and its products.
"Overall, the rehabilitation of the road will cost $24 .8 million.JSIF
will contribute over $22.9 million through funds obtained from the Government of Jamaica, and the community will provide the other $1.9 million in labour and kind," he