Category: Ministry of Amerindian Affairs

Statement from Derrick John Chair of the National Toshaos’ Council

Statement from Derrick John Chair of the National Toshaos’ Council

- December 8, 2022

On behalf of the National Toshaos’ Council, I welcome the issuance of 33.47 million ART TREES credits for Guyana. I ... Read More

Major development underway in Karrau – Min Sukhai

Major development underway in Karrau – Min Sukhai

- December 5, 2022

The Amerindian village of Karrau, Region Seven is undergoing major development, since the PPP/C Administration returned to office.  Amerindian Affairs ... Read More

Committee of Supply approves $54.1M spent to host 2022 NTC conference, heritage activities

Committee of Supply approves $54.1M spent to host 2022 NTC conference, heritage activities

- December 5, 2022

The Committee of Supply, on Monday approved $54.1 million spent from the Contingency Fund by the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs.$5.2 ... Read More

Region Nine not left out of Guyana’s development – Min. Sukhai

Region Nine not left out of Guyana’s development – Min. Sukhai

- November 29, 2022

Region Nine will not be left out of the PPP/C Government’s investment and developmental plans which are gripping the country ... Read More

Minister Sukhai outlines plans for Amerindian development in 2023

Minister Sukhai outlines plans for Amerindian development in 2023

- November 23, 2022

Amerindian, remote, and riverine communities are set to benefit from various developmental projects that will be driven by the government ... Read More

Amerindian land titling increased under the PPP/C Administration

Amerindian land titling increased under the PPP/C Administration

- November 22, 2022

- “We are back on track with our commitment” – Minister Sukhai Amerindian Affairs Minister, Pauline Sukhai, on Saturday told ... Read More

Committee to revise Amerindian Act to be established before year-end

Committee to revise Amerindian Act to be established before year-end

- November 21, 2022

- Direct consultation to begin next year – Min Sukhai The People’s Progressive Party/Civic government has always sounded its commitment ... Read More

National Toshaos Council Chair, Derrick John attends Climate Summit

National Toshaos Council Chair, Derrick John attends Climate Summit

- November 14, 2022

Chair of the National Toshaos Council, Derrick John, has been attending the 27th conference of parties to the United Nations ... Read More

Rupununi to become a training hub for hinterland youths

Rupununi to become a training hub for hinterland youths

- November 10, 2022

─ as 55 CSOs complete capacity building programme in Annai Some 55 Community Support Officers (CSOs) from Region Nine on ... Read More

137 tractors and trailers distributed to Amerindian communities

137 tractors and trailers distributed to Amerindian communities

- November 4, 2022

- part of govt’s efforts to achieving food security in the hinterland Some 137 tractors and trailers have been distributed ... Read More

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