Human rights lobby group Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) is questioning how a probe into its controversial sex education programme administered in six private children's homes was completed without its input. In a statement, the organisation says it noted that the Ministry of Youth has received a final report on the investigation. JFJ has written to the Ministry requesting a copy. It's concerned that the report was completed without it being interviewed or asked to provide information. A committee led by Chairman of the Child Development Agency, CDA, Maxine Henry-Wilson, was established last month by the Youth Ministry to examine operational activities at the six children’s homes. The findings are expected to be made public.