Tag: Amerindian peoples’ Association (APA)

MOU signed to address land titling for Indigenous peoples

MOU signed to address land titling for Indigenous peoples

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 24, 2019

─ Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs and Amerindian Peoples Association collaborate − Land titling for ten Indigenous peoples’ communities − ... Read More

North Pakaraima leading the way in Land Tenure situation

North Pakaraima leading the way in Land Tenure situation

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 9, 2018

Communities in the North Pakaraima, Potaro/Siparuni, Region 8 have completed and presented to the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs a ... Read More

President proposes plan to address Indigenous Peoples’ concerns on Lands Commission

President proposes plan to address Indigenous Peoples’ concerns on Lands Commission

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 15, 2017

Georgetown, Guyana – (June 15, 2017) President David Granger has proposed a five-point intervention to ensure that the work of ... Read More

Orealla wants revised Amerindian Act to address governance issues

Orealla wants revised Amerindian Act to address governance issues

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 29, 2017

GINA Guyana, Wednesday, March 29, 2017 The mismanagement of hinterland community’s projects and resources is an issue that residents of ... Read More

Government will take land degradation preventative recommendations seriously-Minister Harmon at Land Degradation Neutrality Target Setting workshop

Government will take land degradation preventative recommendations seriously-Minister Harmon at Land Degradation Neutrality Target Setting workshop

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 8, 2017

Georgetown, Guyana – (March 8, 2017) Though not currently a critical issue for Guyana, the Government has begun taking preventative ... Read More

EU assistance to support vulnerable groups

EU assistance to support vulnerable groups

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 8, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Wednesday, February 08, 2017 The European Union (EU) is providing financial assistance to help Guyana combat suicide and ... Read More

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