Tag: Deep South Rupununi

Single father and barber determined to make a difference in Aishalton

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 26, 2019

Ministry of Indigenous Peoples' Affairs, Press Release Twenty-three-year-old Ananias Stephen a single father from the village of Aishalton, Deep South ... Read More

Shea receives $1.5M to boost agriculture

Synieka Thorne Synieka Thorne- November 24, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Sunday, November 24, 2019 The village of Shea in Region 9 has received the sum of $1.5M under ... Read More

Indigenous communities speak

Indigenous communities speak

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 3, 2019

─ 2nd round of consultation on "2006 Amerindian Act" undertaken − “this was a promise made by coalition govt before ... Read More

Tasting sweet success…

Tasting sweet success…

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 4, 2019

− Young Aishalton women turning cooking skills into a successful business − HEYS at work DPI, Guyana, Monday, March 4, ... Read More

GWI collaborates with Village Councils to install distribution network for Brazilian-drilled wells

GWI collaborates with Village Councils to install distribution network for Brazilian-drilled wells

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 8, 2019

Friday, February 08, 2019 – Georgetown, Guyana: Residents of Deep South Rupununi, Region 9, will now have continuous access to ... Read More

Aishalton women producing their own homemade soaps

Aishalton women producing their own homemade soaps

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 27, 2019

The Women’s Association of Aishalton, Deep South Rupununi, Region Nine is now producing their own homemade soaps, using organic materials ... Read More

Radio Aishalton hits the airwaves with local voices

Radio Aishalton hits the airwaves with local voices

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 20, 2019

−PM Nagamootoo was first guest − residents urged to not fall victims to persons saying ‘there is no govt' DPI, ... Read More

Min. Allicock concludes four-day outreach in South Rupununi

Min. Allicock concludes four-day outreach in South Rupununi

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 20, 2019

─ support for hinterland development will continue ─ residents urged to submit project proposals for 2019 projects ─ youth encouraged ... Read More

Mararunau- keeping their Indigenous language alive

Mararunau- keeping their Indigenous language alive

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 21, 2017

DPI, GUYANA, Monday, August 21, 2017 Maruranau, is a small indigenous village located deep, south of the Rupununi, Region Nine. ... Read More

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