Our Mission


The Negril Education Environment Trust (NEET) is a non-profit organization based at Travellers Beach Resort in Negril, Jamaica. In 2003 the organization was founded to address the country’s need for educational support and resources. Since its inception, NEET's mission and vision have grown. Today, NEET is committed to strengthening the social fabric of Jamaica through programs that expand educational access for children and adults, partnerships that address our public and environmental health, and events and activities that celebrate Jamaica’s rich heritage. NEET achieves its mission through the provision of three programs, Island-wide Book & Computer Distribution, Computer Literacy, and the Medical Mission.

Recent Articles


  • Christmas Treat

    Wednesday, December 30, 2015


    For the past five years Negril Education Environment Trust has been collaborating with the Grange Hill High School and their Past Student Association at Christmas time. Christmas is about spreading goodwill and love to all we come in contact with.The true spirit of Christmas lies in how we treat ...

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  • Chairman's Message

    Tuesday, December 29, 2015


    It’s been a successful year for Negril Education Environment Trust. We have made great strides in expanding our education program. Under our new motto” a tablet in every child’s hand and a computer in every classroom” we set to work this year. Our first library, located at ...



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  • I Can See Clearly Now

    Tuesday, December 22, 2015




     December 2, 2015 marked a joyous occasion as glasses were dispensed to students of Mount Airy Primary and Infant School. After a second round of screening at the Mission Clinic in Frome, students were diagnosed as being:" near sighted, far sighted or in need of glasses to assist ...

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  • Learning To Teach

    Saturday, December 19, 2015


    On December 19, 2015 Student-Teachers from the Mary gate of Heaven Catholic Church attended their first tablet class. Over the next six week, the student-teachers will become familiar to the programs on each tablet and how to manipulate the device.

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  • All Around The World

    Friday, December 18, 2015


     It began to look like Christmas when two of the schools in our community: Revival and Sheffield All Age received gifts n the form of tablets and school supplies amounting to over US 500 dollars from Gary and Lisa Sowerby who were visiting the island from Halifax, Canada. 

     
    Gary is ...

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  • Graduation

    Sunday, December 06, 2015


    On Sunday December 6, 2015, twenty five (25) students from the Sheffield All Age School graduated the NEET tablet program. Among the invitees were: Mr. Winfield Murray, Education Officer in the Ministry Education Region 4. Mrs. Cleopatra Beharie of NCB Negril and father Jim Bok of the Catholic Church in ...

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  • Access to information

    Friday, November 27, 2015


    Negril Education Environment Trust, members of staff, students, as well as the PTA of Revival All Age would like to say thank you to Great shapes and their team of volunteers. Great shapes were contacted when it was found that several of the computers in the library were out of ...

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  • A Change Has Come

    Saturday, November 14, 2015


    October marked the month of change to the Saturday Sessions at Traveller’s Beach Resort. In previous months parents attended class with their child so as to assist with supervision and introduction to the various programs on devices.  On October 24, 2015 parents started parenting sessions to learn and ...

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  • See Better Learn Better

    Saturday, November 14, 2015


    On November 10 2015 students from Mount Airy and Sheffield All Age visited the Gamertsfelder Mission Clinic in Frome for their follow up eye examinations. It was discovered from an earlier screening that 23 percent of students do in fact need glasses to assist them in seeing what is written ...

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  • Caribbean News Confrence

    Thursday, November 12, 2015


    Earlier this month Mr. Wellington, chairman of NEET along with two of his sons Winthrope and Wingate attended the Caribbean News Conference in Port Au Prince Haiti. Along with Dennis Hawthorne from Dennis Shipping Company, they were able to donate a suitcase of clothes and shoes to people in ...

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Events


Culture Day 2015

Sunday, February 08, 2015


The NEET organization is in full preparation mode for the upcoming Cultural Day to be held at the Travellers Beach Resort on March 17, 2015. Students from primary and all age schools in the surrounding Negril Community have been invited to showcase their talents with traditional music and dance ...

Culture Day 2015

Sunday, February 08, 2015


The NEET organization is in full preparation mode for the upcoming Cultural Day to be held at the Travellers Beach Resort on March 17, 2015. Students from primary and all age schools in the surrounding Negril Community have been invited to showcase their talents with traditional music and dance ...

NEET Laptop Donation

Tuesday, February 03, 2015


The NEET organization gladly accepts 2 laptops donated by Mr. David Stairs, a guest at the Travellers Beach Resort. On hand to accept the donation were Chairman Winston Wellington, and company Secretary Savannah Peridot. Every year dozens of students in the surrounding Negril area benefit from donations of laptops and ...

NIH Gala Affair

Saturday, June 22, 2013


 @ The Grand Palladium, Negril 
Cost US$150  

NEET Annual Family Fun Day

Sunday, May 19, 2013


 @ Wavz, Negril 
Cost $500 Adults, $200 Children
 
 

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