Tag: Central Rupununi

GWI commissions $15M St. Ignatius Water Supply System.

- December 15, 2019

-Over 1,600 residents receiving first time & improved access (Georgetown, Sunday, 15th December, 2019)- A paradigm shift in the way ... Read More

Some 160 Moco Moco Residents gain potable water access in their homes

- November 25, 2019

Press Release Georgetown, Guyana - Monday, November 25, 2019 The quality of life for some 160 residents of Moco Moco, ... Read More

Indigenous villages urged to craft their development plans

- November 24, 2019

— We are here to listen to you - Min. Trotman DPI, Guyana, Sunday, November 24, 2019 Indigenous villages and ... Read More

$14M SLED projects at Hiawa working well

$14M SLED projects at Hiawa working well

- November 23, 2019

— residents have access to potable water — agricultural project bringing in money for the community — $8M multipurpose building ... Read More

“Upping the pressure”

“Upping the pressure”

- November 23, 2019

— Yupukari residents to benefit from improvements to water supply system DPI, Guyana, Saturday November 23, 2019 More than 600 ... Read More

Development for all regardless

- November 23, 2019

– DG Harmon tells Yupukari residents DPI, Guyana, Saturday, November 23, 2019 The message of the Coalition Government’s move to ... Read More

Kaicumbay on the road to betterment

- November 23, 2019

— well drilled at a depth of 100m deep — potable water for all residents — culverts built to enhance ... Read More

Parishara women group reaping success 

Parishara women group reaping success 

- October 1, 2019

– received training in catering and pastries making – group promotes social cohesion among women in Parishara DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, ... Read More

$50M approved to rehabilitate roads, bridges in Central Rupununi

$50M approved to rehabilitate roads, bridges in Central Rupununi

- May 24, 2019

By Synieka Thorne DPI, Guyana, Friday, May 24, 2019 The sum of $50M was approved on Thursday during the 115th ... Read More

GWI partners with UNDP for improved water access in Nappi, Parishara and Hiowa

- March 4, 2019

-close to 1500 residents to benefit Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI), Press Release - Monday, March 4, 2019 Close to 1500 residents ... Read More

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