Bluefields Peoples Community Association in south west Jamaica has a community information center, established by JSDNP. It undertakes various development and environmental education activities in southwest Jamaica.
Brown's Town Branch Library - an inland hilltop site established by JSDNP. It services the needs of students, farmers and business people from the Browns town area, largely seeking information on the Internet and sending and receiving e-mail.
Caribbean Coastal Area Management Programme in Lionel Town, Clarendon overseas the largest protected area in the island. It has outreach programmes with a number of citizens associations, and fishermen associations in the area. It has thus far trained a number of fisherfolk to use the Internet and e-mail.
COMAND in the Peoples Arcade, Montego Bay.
Highgate, St Mary has a telecentre established under the Rural Universe Network (RUNetwork), launched in concert with CARDI in Jamaica, by a German organization, ZADI. This â€œcafeâ€ accesses information from the Internet which is shared with farmers and other community members.
International School of Jamaica on the outskirts of Port Maria in the north east has a telecentre which was established under the JSDNP initiative. It carries out environmental awareness programmes in schools throughout the parish and within civil society organizations.
Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS) has a telecentre in Kingston which is the focal point of the RUNetwork â€œCafesâ€in Jamaica. This centre is responsible for maintenance of the JAS web site.
Montego Bay Marine Park in the west of the island has a resource center, established by JSDNP, which is heavily used by divers, tourists and school children of the Montego Bay seeking information on environmental issues.
Swift River, Portland in the north eastern section of the island, has a telecentre established by the USA NGO Greenstar. The telecentre is to support the economic development of the area, as determined by the residents, and also enhance the education of the children.
St Elizabeth and Manchester parishes have an agricultural telecentre, established under an International Institute for Communication and Development (IICD) project to provide an agriculture marketing and production information system for small farmers. The project is owned and operated by the NGO St Elizabeth/Manchester Vegetable Growers Association (STMVGA).
Wait-a-bit, Trelawny has a telecentre run by local members of the community who are trained by RUNetwork, also provides information from the Internet to the local farming community.