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There are no reasons, rationals, or excuses why Jamaican youths should limit themselves. A perfect example is Kimroy Bailey, a young Jamaican man from a small town in rural Jamaica.

Growing up Bailey was actively involved in farming. The early hours and hard work on his family farm instill in him a positive attitude.

In 2012 Bailey graduated from UTECH with an engineering degree and also won the Prime Minister’s Youth Award for Excellence.

His story is one of inspiration for other Jamaican youths and youth across the Caribbean. As I watch Bailey talk about his plans to bring robotics to Jamaica, I feel encouraged that there is hope for Jamaican youths.

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Kimroy is now a Renewable Energy Consultant. On his website he shares personal life stories and discuss renewable energy and robotics in Jamaica.

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Moses is a Jamaican and loves Reggae Music. He loves sharing his experiences about the Caribbean Culture.