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Some of these practices are described generally as Obeah, Kumina, or Pocomania.
Rastas can be found in many countries outside Jamaica and among many non-Jamaicans.
celebrated their activity and presence in Jamaica with the international Bahá'í choir, The Voices of Bahá.
The choir performed at Ward Theatre and the University's Chapel, with proceeds earmarked to two Jamaican charities, (one serving families of policemen slain in the line of duty, and the one Denham Town Golden Age Home).
It is estimated that as much as 40% of the population secretly seek the services of the African traditional religious healers when confronted with serious problems that conventional medicine cannot remedy.
In 2003, as part of the 60th anniversary celebration of the establishment of Baha'i in Jamaica, the Governor General of Jamaica, Sir Howard Cooke, proclaimed a National Bahá'í Day to be held annually on 25 July.