Category: Ministry of Amerindian Affairs

More than $100M invested in Region Seven for 2022

More than $100M invested in Region Seven for 2022

- January 25, 2023

- Kamarang residents benefitting from $45M water system The government has invested over $100 million in Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) for ... Read More

Amerindian, hinterland communities to benefit fully from country’s resources

Amerindian, hinterland communities to benefit fully from country’s resources

- January 25, 2023

Amerindians will see their lives being improved as the government has allocated $4.7 billion towards their development and millions more ... Read More

Amerindians will not be left behind – MP Pearson

Amerindians will not be left behind – MP Pearson

- January 23, 2023

The $789.1 billion 2023 budget aims to uplift and enhance the lives of every Guyanese and the first people will ... Read More

CSOs to increase to 3,000 in 2023 – Min Sukhai

CSOs to increase to 3,000 in 2023 – Min Sukhai

- January 19, 2023

The number of Community Service Officers (CSOs) will increase to 3,000 in 2o23. Amerindian Affairs Minister, Pauline Sukhai made the ... Read More

$500M to advance ICT in hinterland communities

$500M to advance ICT in hinterland communities

- January 19, 2023

As part of the government’s agenda to bring the same level of connectivity to the hinterland communities as on the ... Read More

$4.7B to spur development in Amerindian, hinterland communities

$4.7B to spur development in Amerindian, hinterland communities

- January 16, 2023

Government is unwavering in its commitment to improving the lives of Amerindians. As such, a whopping $4.7 billion from Budget ... Read More

Gov’t facilitates US$20M quarrying project in Batavia

Gov’t facilitates US$20M quarrying project in Batavia

- January 7, 2023

Batavia village in Region Seven will experience tremendous development as the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs facilitated a US$20 million quarrying ... Read More

Amerindian Affairs Ministry takes Christmas cheer to Region 8

Amerindian Affairs Ministry takes Christmas cheer to Region 8

- December 18, 2022

The faces of children in the North Pakaraimas mountains lit up on Sunday after receiving Christmas gifts from Minister of ... Read More

Gov’t to reintroduce Amerindian language lessons in 2023

Gov’t to reintroduce Amerindian language lessons in 2023

- December 15, 2022

The Amerindian Affairs Ministry will reintroduce the Amerindians’ language revival programme in 2023 to students being housed at the hinterland ... Read More

Hinterland records 88 per cent pass rate at CSEC exams

Hinterland records 88 per cent pass rate at CSEC exams

- December 14, 2022

- 61 scholars complete Hinterland Scholarship Programme Hinterland students who completed their secondary, technical and tertiary education under the Ministry ... Read More

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