Monday, March 17, 2008

African Hebrew Israelite healthy lifestyle model for the Caribbean

This historical event will make a tremendous impact the health, environment and economy of Jamaica
Written by Sharon Parris-Chambers
Submitted by Sis. Ahmahlyah E.S. Elyahshuv

Ben Tsedek Ben Yehdua, representing Everlasting Life Health Complex and Soul Vegetarian Restaurant will be exhibiting his conscious and healthy lifestyle model at the Caribbean VeggieFest and Health Tourism & Spa Conference.

Accompanying Ben Tsedek will be Minister of Agriculture for the African Hebrew Israelite nation of Jerusalem who will establish official diplomatic eternal relationship for mutual benefit to Jamaica as well as The Hebrew Israelite Nation of Jerusalem. The Minister will be arriving in Jamaica on March 13, 2008 and returning to Israel on April 4, 2008.

Dr. Minister Yadiel and his delegation will be meeting with relevant government officials to present his proposal on sustainability i.e. Organic Agricultural Training, Experimentation and Bio Diesel Production, which will foster economic development and employment in the rural areas of Jamaica. Dr. Yadiel will be giving an overview of his land acquisition in Clarendon (Spring Plain) and discussing his NGO achievement at the VeggieFest and Health Tourism & Spa Conference.

This historical event will make a tremendous impact the health, environment and economy of Jamaica and the Caribbean region, vis a vie Caricom and the CSME. Accompanying Dr. Sar Yadiel, will be other members of his delegation, Minister Malak Ben Israel, Director of Hasarah NGO, who will tour the island, as well as, meet with groups of indigenous Herbalists, Healers and representatives of the Jamaica Organic Agricultural Association and organic farmers and farming communities.

This would enhance their learning of the Jamaican Cultural milieu as well as give them the avenue to imparting his/their knowledge to our people.

Time permitting the delegation will be stage a speaking engagement at the University of Technology and or University of the West Indies.

Programme Sponsored by: Jamaica Ministry of Tourism, Jamaica Tourist Board, Jamaica Trade & Invest, Private Sector Development Programme, Jamaica Business Development Centre, Jamaica Tourist Board, Jamaica Wellness Network, Tourism Product Development Co., Resort & Day Spa Association, Sunday Herald Newspaper, Rhodes Hall Plantation, Hot 102 FM, Positive Tourism Network, Day Spa Association, International Medical Spa Association, Reggae Drops Water, JNN TV, HOT 102 FM, News 93 FM, Positive Tourism VIP Club & The Duty Free Association Entry to the venue is free; however, there is a charge for seminars designed for professional spa and wellness practitioners.

The event runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. For more details visit: or call Positive Tourism Limited at 876-381-1591 or 957-9243.

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