Tag: Amerindian Development Fund

$800M for Amerindian Development Fund

$800M for Amerindian Development Fund

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- September 8, 2020

- CSO programme to be reintroduced An allocation of $800M has been made available in the emergency Budget for 2020 ... Read More

148 communities complete Phase 2 of Amerindian Development Fund initiative

148 communities complete Phase 2 of Amerindian Development Fund initiative

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 14, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Thursday, March 14, 2019 One hundred and forty-eight (148) hinterland communities across the country successfully completed Phase Two ... Read More

Over $66M generated from CDP projects in hinterland communities

Over $66M generated from CDP projects in hinterland communities

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 26, 2018

─ Projects comes to an end in December 2018 ─ Village Councils urged to submit financial records DPI, Guyana, Thursday, ... Read More

Kezeé Eco-Lodge in Karasabai launched

Kezeé Eco-Lodge in Karasabai launched

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 22, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Monday, January 22, 2018 The Kezeé Eco-Lodge in the Karasabai Village, Region Nine was commissioned on Saturday by ... Read More

Funding for CDPs for Amerindian villages to be made easier

Funding for CDPs for Amerindian villages to be made easier

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 3, 2016

Georgetown, GINA, August 3, 2016 The sustainable development agreement framework for Community Development Plans (CDPs) will be launched next year ... Read More

Hinterland communities can now proceed with phase 2 of CDP- several receive funding 

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 3, 2016

Georgetown GINA, May 3, 2016 Five hinterland communities in the South Rupununi, Region Nine have received the first tranche of ... Read More

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