Tag: CDP

Woodwork training for Hinterland youths

Woodwork training for Hinterland youths

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 3, 2018

- young people from Kumaka, Wallaba, Haimaracabra Creek, St. Monica benefit DPI, Guyana, Monday, December 3, 2018 Over 20 residents ... Read More

Chenapou’s Community Development Project to be launched soon

Chenapou’s Community Development Project to be launched soon

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 27, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, February 27, 2018 The Chenapou Village, Potaro-Siparuni (Region Eight) will soon be launching its $5M Fuel Depot ... Read More

Exploring Rupununi’s ‘Sky Valley’

Exploring Rupununi’s ‘Sky Valley’

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 14, 2017

A DPI Feature by Synieka Thorne Moco Moco was formerly named ‘Ka-ya-Weng’ a Makushi phrase meaning ‘Sky Valley’. It was ... Read More

Wamaradong utilising  CDP to establish a nature farm

Wamaradong utilising  CDP to establish a nature farm

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 13, 2017

DPI, Guyana, Thursday, July 13, 2017 The Waramadong community in the Upper Mazaruni, Region Seven is in the process of ... Read More

$5M village shop commissioned in Katoonarib

$5M village shop commissioned in Katoonarib

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 30, 2017

DPI/GINA, Guyana, Tuesday May 30, 2017 Residents of Katoonarib in Deep South Rupununi, Region Nine will no longer have to ... Read More

Lake Mainstay/Whyaka residents raise concerns about roads, water –during ministerial outreach

Lake Mainstay/Whyaka residents raise concerns about roads, water –during ministerial outreach

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 8, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Monday, May 8, 2017 Residents of Lake Mainstay/Whyaka, adjoining indigenous communities in Region Two, are looking forward to ... 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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