Tag: Amerindian Land Titling

$1.11B for Amerindian CSOs in 2022

$1.11B for Amerindian CSOs in 2022

Godfrey Broomes Godfrey Broomes- February 3, 2022

Amerindian youths can look forward to a mammoth $1.11 billion from government, through the revived Community Service Officers (CSO) programme. ... Read More

Budget 2022 will push job creation – 500 Amerindian CSOs to be employed

Budget 2022 will push job creation – 500 Amerindian CSOs to be employed

Godfrey Broomes Godfrey Broomes- January 28, 2022

Government is fulfilling its promise of creating 50,000 jobs in its first five-year term and the Amerindian villages are not ... Read More

$561M budgeted for Amerindian Land Titling

$561M budgeted for Amerindian Land Titling

Godfrey Broomes Godfrey Broomes- January 26, 2022

-20 villages to receive titles in 2022 Government is committed to Amerindian development and empowerment through the land titling programme. ... Read More

$434M more for Amerindian Development

$434M more for Amerindian Development

Godfrey Broomes Godfrey Broomes- December 16, 2021

The PPP/C Government is further executing its manifesto promise of bringing significant development to Amerindian communities, by allocating hundreds of ... Read More

Six more land titles and demarcation to be completed in 2020

Six more land titles and demarcation to be completed in 2020

Synieka Thorne Synieka Thorne- December 9, 2019

−As ALT project moves ahead DPI, Guyana, Monday, December 9, 2019 Vice President and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Hon. ... Read More

Technical Team to immediately address land issue between St. Ignatius and Moco Moco Villages

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- November 14, 2019

Special Assistant on Legal Affairs to the Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs David James will be leading an investigative team ... Read More

Amerindian Land Titling project moving ahead

Amerindian Land Titling project moving ahead

Synieka Thorne Synieka Thorne- July 18, 2019

— project life extended to 2021 DPI, Guyana, Thursday, July 18, 2019 The life of the Amerindian Land Titling (ALT) ... Read More

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