Issa Trust Foundation 2016 November Eye Mission
The song “My Dream” by Nesbeth “is about the manifestation of one’s thoughts; dreams; goal and aspiration – in other words the vibration that you send out is what you receive. In the song Nesbeth speaks of things that is happening and things to be, whilst it’s important to have a dream it’s more important to live the dream.”
Who We AreThe Issa Trust Foundation was established in 2005 by Couples Resorts as a nonprofit organization. The mission of the Foundation is to provide a system of prevention, health promotion and education, community health improvement and other services to promote well-being and development for the people of Jamaica. The Foundation strives to provide an environment conducive to the educational needs of children in collaboration with other community resources. Together, through educational and professional programs, we will work with, and advocate for families to provide a safe, nurturing and permanent home for children. Learn More
Medical InitiativesSince October of 2005, we have conducted annual pediatric medical initiatives to Negril and Ocho Rios Jamaica, and treated thousands of children. Access to health care is fundamental to our quality of life and, it is essential in the daily struggle for survival. Yet, three billion people live without basic health care services. Our goal is not only to give free medical care to children, but to also mentor with local health care providers, so that they can continue to practice in their home countries where their skills are most urgently needed. All of us have a role to play in improving global health by educating ourselves and others about the vast unmet needs, volunteering our time and expertise as health care providers and supporting those who work to make a difference in the lives of others. Learn More
Goals and ObjectivesThe Issa Trust Foundation remains dedicated to the belief that children are our most valuable natural resource. In partnership, we hold the key to their success and intend to benefit the youth of Jamaica by:
- Promoting positive maternal, child, adolescent and family health values.
- Enhancing quality of life by promoting prevention and management of infectious and chronic disease.
- Promoting comprehensive health improvement processes to improve consciousness in communities.
- Providing a safe, nurturing and healthy environment for children and young adults.
- Providing a foundation in basic skills, such as reading, writing, mathematics, science, technology and communication.
- Creating environments that enhance thinking skills, such as creativity, decision-making, problem solving and reasoning.
- Helping to develop personal attitudes and qualities, such as integrity, responsibility and self-motivation.