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November 08, 2013 19:55 ET

Jamaica Government Enters Partnership with ECCO2 Global Partners to Aid Post-2015 Goals of the United Nations

MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA--(Marketwired - Nov. 8, 2013) - Social Development Commission of Jamaica approved witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding agreement with Environmental Control of Carbon Dioxide Jamaica (ECCO2 Jamaica), a Kingston-based non-governmental organization (NGO) and ECCO2 Corp, Centre for Climate Change and Environmental Studies, and Concile Mondial de Congres Diplomatiques des Aumoniers pour la Paix Universelle des Droits Humains et Juridiques, collectively who are International Member Organizations to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), United Nations Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) for program development to support Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations within Jamaica.

The Programme will provide as much as $268 million (USD) in loan guarantees and grants from private sponsors of the Global Banking Community and ECCO2 Global Partners to support local private sectors and NGOs to create job opportunities for Jamaican workers through various industries, which include import-export trade (within a designated a Duty-Free Foreign Trading Zone in Jamaica), agriculture, education, tourism, and healthcare within the country, in hopes to establish solutions that enable meeting Post-2015 goals through year 2020.

Programme schedule events and activities will be posted at local and national government publications, in addition to associated foreign affairs publicised at the United Nations and affiliated parties.

ECCO2 Global Partners have been in pursuit to increase global awareness on climate change, carbon-emissions reduction, social development, education, and energy-efficiency through its alliances with private and public sectors throughout the U.S., Eastern and Mediterranean Europe, West Africa (e.g.; Liberia and Senegal), the Mariana Islands (e.g.; Guam), Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) States, the West Indies (e.g.; Haiti and Dominican Republic), and Latin America, in addition to participation events, meetings, and delegations at the United Nations since 2010.

H.E. Cary Lee Peterson, Chairman-General Officer at Jamaica New Millennium Civil Society Organisation comments, "We will make noise and the sound will be heard loud globally. God willing, the Eastern and Western Hemispheres will obtain a new opportunity to cooperate in the pursuit to enable development and international trade that will flourish global business commerce to create jobs opportunities and financial sustainable solution for micro-industries from Micronesia to Romania."

As an admitted NGO partner for United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA NGO Branch), ECCO2 Corp will continue to participate in United Nations meetings and events to support UN Millennium Development Goals, in addition to implementation and planning for program development with financial aid partners, Member Parties, general contractors in active material definitive agreements (e.g.; RVPlus, Inc.) and affiliate NGO partners to enable job creation through Green Jobs for U.S. Veterans and New Millennium Economic Freedom City programs and contribute to growth in commerce for global economies.

Details about ECCO2 Jamaica, ECCO2 Corp (U.S.), and the Jamaica New Millennium Development Programme can be found at www.ecco2jamaica.org, www.ecco2corp.org, and, http://ctt.marketwire.com/?docid=0910375001&id=3633718&type=0&url=http%3a%2f%2fsdc.gov.jm%2furgent-update-sdc-and-kingston-based-ngo-mou-signing%2f .

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