St. Elizabeth Jamaica Tree Planting Project. “Children are the Future, Empower Them”
Environmental Advocate Moira Williamson representing FDWO created recycling programmes within Government
Organizations and grass root communities to encourage waste separation such a recycling. in 2020.
Community Recycling Drive - Jamaica Golden Triangle, Kingston:
The Golden Triangle spans Hope Road, Trafalgar Road, Old Hope Road and stops at Liguanea. It is for residential
developments and rapidly developing into mix use of commercial and residential activities.
FDWO galvanized and educated the community on the benefits of recycling, the types of plastics and how to identify
recyclable plastics and non-recyclable plastics. The community drive is currently active and ongoing..
FDWO assisted the church community to clean up their environment and dispose of plastics on their compound causing
a storage and waste nuisance on the property.
In 2021, FDWO partnered with the National Works Agency to create a recycling programme within the government
entity to carry out waste separation activities. The Programme saw FDWO implementing the programme by educating
and training staff on the benefits of recycling while being able to identify recyclable and non-recyclable plastics.
The company sensitization resulted in the recovery of approximately 20,000 lbs of plastic over a 2-month period. The
programme is active, and the NWA now separates plastics from their waste stream additionally employees separate at
their homes and deposit plastics at the NWA drop off location.
Community Recycling - Bayfront Villas Citizens Association, St. Catherine
FDWO partnered with Bayfront Villas Citizen Association to transform the community to a community that separates
plastics from their waste. The Association is currently recycling plastics in the community.
Community Outreach – Accompong, St. Elizabeth
The onset of Covid 19 brought worldwide disruptions in the education systems where many youths and children were
negatively affected. FDWO’s response and recovery efforts resulted in the creation of the I Care Back 2 Schools Supplies
Drive to benefit youth and young women in the Ministry of Education in Accompong, St. Elizabeth.
FDWO representative and Environmental Advocate Moira Williamson lead the Project team in executing the drive which
took place over one month ending September 2021. The drive was sponsored by Jamaica Irie FM and Self Priesteen
School of Etiquette in South Florida.
Picture of school supplies and sanitary dispensers to encourage face to face learning.
Picture of cash donation
FDWO an active and vocal participant in the National Tree Planting program of Jamaica, donated poui tree seedlings to
the Accompong Infant and Primary school and timber seedlings to the Cockpit Country Indigenous Environmental Trust.
In a recent statement Chief Richard Currie, Head of State of Cockpit Country expressed heartfelt gratitude for the work
executed by our team and sponsors, "Thank you again FDWO for the hardwood seedlings. We will plant this [them]
today so the future generations may have a shady tree to sit under and enjoy stories of how we helped preserve our