Tag: Akawini

$116M in relief grants distributed to Wakapoa, Akawini farmers

$116M in relief grants distributed to Wakapoa, Akawini farmers

- September 13, 2021

Farmers ofWakapoa and Akawini, Region Two have received some $116 million in flood relief grants after their livestock and cash ... Read More

Feasibility study for potable water well to be conducted at Wakapoa

Feasibility study for potable water well to be conducted at Wakapoa

- September 12, 2021

─ Min. Rodrigues makes commitment during Region Two outreach Minister within the Ministry of Housing and Water, Susan Rodrigues, MP, ... Read More

$35M in lights for selected hinterland airstrips

$35M in lights for selected hinterland airstrips

- October 10, 2019

─ $690M in upgrades for airstrips for 2020 DPI, Guyana, Thursday, October 10, 2019 Many airstrips throughout the hinterland are ... Read More

$2.5M solar system project slated for Akawini

$2.5M solar system project slated for Akawini

- July 31, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, July 30, 2019 The approximately 1000 residents in the Indigenous village of Akawini will soon boast of ... Read More

Better access for remote Indigenous community

Better access for remote Indigenous community

- July 28, 2019

 DPI, Guyana, Sunday, July 28, 2019 “We see it would benefit the residents of Barocaro and St. Chads because there ... Read More

Better access to school for Akawini students

Better access to school for Akawini students

- March 17, 2019

─ village receives new boat engine ─ to aid with transportation of students, teachers, cooks to get to and from ... Read More

Residents of Amerindian communities in Pomeroon River to have their issues addressed – Minister Allicock and team visit

Residents of Amerindian communities in Pomeroon River to have their issues addressed – Minister Allicock and team visit

- July 22, 2016

Georgetown, GINA, July 22, 2016 Several hinterland communities in the Pomeroon River, Region Two met with the Minister of Indigenous ... Read More

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