Champs athletes get support from JAM-DEX Loop Jamaica

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Keiron Stewart, a former Kingston College hurdler and current Media Relations and Outreach Officer for Bank of Jamaica, poses a photo with KC athletes Ainsley Campbell, Orandy Campbell, Darnel Edwards and Jaquan Coke.

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JAM-DEX continues to advocate youth development by supporting athletes competing at the 2023 ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Championships.

A team from the Bank of Jamaica recently donated items to Calabar High School, Immaculate Conception for Girls, Kingston College and Wolmer’s Boys School, including drawstring bags, training gear and water bottles.

JAM-DEX is the Central Bank Digital Currency used to push financial inclusion for the unbanked and underbanked.

JAM-DEX outfitted the Immaculate Conception for Girls track and field team with training gear (bags and water bottles) ahead of the 2023 ISSA Boys and Girls Championships.

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