Tag: Community Health Worker

Massara to get Community Health Worker after 18-month hiatus

Massara to get Community Health Worker after 18-month hiatus

- November 22, 2020

After devoting 15 years of service to the Amerindian village of Massara, Upper Takutu -Upper Essequibo (Region Nine), Mr. Lenny ... Read More

Newly credited CHW to serve Cashew Island community

Newly credited CHW to serve Cashew Island community

- February 26, 2020

−First Public Health Care worker to serve the community DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, February 26, 2020 Mellisa Cornelius, who recently graduated ... Read More

Solar power for Pomeroon health facilities

Solar power for Pomeroon health facilities

- February 7, 2020

−Bridging significant gaps, aiding healthcare delivery DPI, Guyana, Friday, February 7, 2020 During 2019, health centres and health posts along ... Read More

Baramita CHW aspires to be doctor and serve his community

Baramita CHW aspires to be doctor and serve his community

- September 23, 2019

─ First in his family to sit CSEC DPI, Guyana, Monday, September 23, 2019  Twenty-Four-year-old, Akeem Henry is currently employed ... Read More

CHW’s ‘Love for the job’ earns him recognition

CHW’s ‘Love for the job’ earns him recognition

- August 23, 2019

─Min. Lawrence encourages him to push forward in advancing career DPI, Guyana, Friday, August 23, 2019 After serving his community ... Read More

Retired community health worker grooming youths for career in health

Retired community health worker grooming youths for career in health

- August 15, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, August 15, 2018 A retired Community Health Worker (CHW), living in Princeville, Potaro-Siparuni, known to everyone in ... Read More

Baramita health post to be upgraded to health centre

Baramita health post to be upgraded to health centre

- September 8, 2016

GINA, GUYANA, Thursday August, 8 2016 The need for emergency medical services in Baramita is the main reason for the ... Read More

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