U-REPORTERS IN JAMAICA
TOTAL # OF U-REPORTERS
4 MOST ACTIVE REGIONS
Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation, Saint Catherine, Saint James, Clarendon
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WHAT U-REPORTERS ARE SAYING
Youth: your voice and your mental health matters!
March 28, 2019Read full story →
U-Report Safer Internet Day contest with FLOW
Feb. 1, 2019Read full story →
Youth ready with solutions to dengue outbreak
Jan. 28, 2019Read full story →
Surviving teen pregnancy and the death of my child
Oct. 30, 2018Read full story →
U-Report Jamaica goes live!
May 29, 2018Read full story →
The Ministry of Health & Wellness is raising awareness about anxiety and its impact on mental health. If you want to know if you have anxiety symptoms reply YES or NO
22% Response Rate | May 27, 2019
Hi, U-Report is doing some research for UNICEF, to help support their work for Jamaican children and youth. To participate, please reply YES or NO
18% Response Rate | March 26, 2019
SAFETY & SECURITY
Some people think that girls and women invite sexual assault and rape by how they dress. Do you agree or disagree with that statement?
25% Response Rate | March 1, 2019
How woman dress, how Jamaicans men look at woman. It can be stopped by teaching a young males in secondary schools how to treat a woman.
Some girls like it or just accept it. No one corrects boys or young men when they do it. Its because of how men grow up.
The shape and body size of a woman, sometimes a woman can be modestly dressed; even a girl coming from school in their uniform and men still do it.