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Half Moon's Sharon Logan (left), director of sales, and Erma Clarke, human resources director, at the hotel's house opening at the SOS Children's Village. 
Ribbon Cutting: From left: Half Moon's general manager, Sandro Fabris; Jason Cummings, councillor for the area; Maxine Henry-Wilson, chairman of the Child Development Agency; Nadine Anderson, national director, SOS Children's Village; and Reverend Christopher Anderson, programme director, SOS Children's Village. 
Reverend Wayne Smith from the Cornwall Courts Baptist Church, who opened the house with prayer, greets Myrtle Dwyer, director of Glamour DMC. 
The Half Moon Organising Committee: First row, from left: Joan Coore, interior decorator; Shernette Crichton, director of resort operations; Beverly McKenzie, training manager; Diandra Shand, marketing and communications manager; and Phillip Robinson, functions coordinator. Second row, from left: Jeffrey Smith, interior design coordinator; Sherine Blake, executive housekeeper; Erma Clarke, human resources director; Kameil Brown, staff events coordinator, Garvin Codlyn, functions coordinator; and Rudolph Lee, driver.
Sandro Fabris (left), Half Moon's general manager, presents a cheque to Christopher Anderson, programme director of SOS Children's Village.
Carol Worburton-Ellis (left), Child Development Agency monitoring officer, Western Region; and Nadine Williams, national director of SOS Children's Village, at the opening of a house by Half Moon.

Half Moon reopens SOS house

As the nation celebrates Child's Month, Half Moon, A RockResort reaffirmed its commitment to caring and protecting the nation's children by reopening its house at the SOS Children's Village in St James.

The house, which will be home to eight children between the ages of five and eight years, will be maintained by the resort. Delivering the keynote address at the event, chairman of the Child Development Agency (CDA), Maxine Henry-Wilson, made the call for Jamaicans to show more concern for the nation's children and be more vigilant in reporting child abuse.

Henry-Wilson lamented at the recent increase in crimes committed against the nation's children and urged Jamaicans to not "see and blind and hear and deaf", but to engage the relevant authorities as the nation works together to make Jamaica a safe haven for its children.

She further encouraged corporate entities to assist children in state care who need to pursue higher education but face financial challenges.

The Half Moon House was first opened in 1972, but closed in the late 1990s. General manager of the resort, Sandro Fabris, gave the resort's commitment to do whatever it takes to provide for the children who will occupy the house. 

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