Tag: ‘Because We Care’

Parents of private school children continue to express gratitude to Gov’t

Parents of private school children continue to express gratitude to Gov’t

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- September 30, 2021

-As $52M in cash grant distributed in Region Four today The distribution of the Government’s ‘Because We Care’ cash grant ... Read More

President Ali extends ‘Because We Care’ cash grant to private schools

President Ali extends ‘Because We Care’ cash grant to private schools

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 16, 2021

His Excellency Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali, President of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, today granted approval for the ‘Because We ... Read More

Region Six parents and guardians praise ‘Because We Care’ cash grant

Region Six parents and guardians praise ‘Because We Care’ cash grant

Neola Damon Neola Damon- July 31, 2021

Parents and guardians assembled in large numbers at four primary schools in Region Six to receive the ‘Because We Care’ ... Read More

‘Education is a powerful tool for development’ – Min McCoy

‘Education is a powerful tool for development’ – Min McCoy

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- July 27, 2021

- at distribution of $185M ‘Because we care’ cash grant in Region Nine Minister of Public Affairs, Kwame McCoy, MP, ... Read More

‘Because We Care’ kicks off in Region Three

‘Because We Care’ kicks off in Region Three

Neola Damon Neola Damon- July 25, 2021

The Government’s ‘Because We Care’ cash grant programme has officially kicked off in Region Three with close to $400 million ... Read More

‘Because We Care’ cash grant launched in Region Five

‘Because We Care’ cash grant launched in Region Five

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 18, 2021

- Over $196M is scheduled to be given to 10,324 students Over the next three days $196M is expected to ... Read More

466 Leguan students benefit from ‘Because We Care’

466 Leguan students benefit from ‘Because We Care’

Isaiah Braithwaite Isaiah Braithwaite- July 17, 2021

Parents of 466 students in Leguan, Region Three are now in a better position to prepare their children for the ... Read More

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