As the regional consultations for the Green State Development Strategy (GSDS) continue along the coastal regions, the Department of Environment (DOE) and the Coordinating Office will be taking its sessions to Soesdyke at the St. Mary’s Primary School.
Head of the Department of Environment, Ndibi Schwiers.
The objective of the sessions is to raise awareness of the GSDS and to give citizens the opportunity to identify and prioritise their regional needs.
The consultations are being hosted by the Regional Democratic Offices (RDSs) in collaboration with the Ministries of Communities and Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, with support from the Neighbourhood Democratic Councils (NDCs).
The GSDS is being promoted under the slogan; ‘Time to Think, Time to Decide, Time to Act’.
Saturday’s session will be hosted from 10:00 hours to 16:00 hours. The department is encouraging citizens, members of the public and private sector and civil society groups to participate and share their opinions.
Consultations are being held in the ten administrative regions and have already begun in Demerara- Mahaica (Region Four) and Mahaica- Berbice (Region Five). Villages include La Bonne Intention (LBI), Moraikobi, Bush Lot and Providence.
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