Tag: Drop-in-Centre

$144 million to complete Sophia Drop-In Centre- Budget 2018

$144 million to complete Sophia Drop-In Centre- Budget 2018

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 27, 2017

DPI Guyana, Monday, November 27, 2017 The new Sophia Drop-In Centre at Block ‘C’ Sophia is expected to constructed next ... Read More

Losing toddlers in fire was biggest downfall for CPA in 2016- Director

Losing toddlers in fire was biggest downfall for CPA in 2016- Director

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 21, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Tuesday, February 21, 2017 Director of the Child Care and Protection Agency (CPA) Ann Greene said losing brothers, ... Read More

New Drop in Centre to be built at Sophia

New Drop in Centre to be built at Sophia

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 6, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Monday, February 6, 2017 Minister of Social Protection, Amna Ally, said land has been acquired for the construction ... Read More

President orders inquiry into death of two children in state care

President orders inquiry into death of two children in state care

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 14, 2016

Georgetown, GINA, July 14, 2016 Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, today said that any time a Guyanese life is lost, ... Read More

Social Protection Ministry takes  responsibility for death of two boys at Drop-in Centre

Social Protection Ministry takes  responsibility for death of two boys at Drop-in Centre

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 8, 2016

Georgetown, GINA, July 8, 2016 The Ministry of Social Protection said it acknowledges full responsibility for last evening’s fire at ... Read More

PRESS STATEMENT ON DEATH OF GEORGE BROTHERS FOLLOWING THURSDAY’S FIRE AT THE DROP-IN CENTRE.

PRESS STATEMENT ON DEATH OF GEORGE BROTHERS FOLLOWING THURSDAY’S FIRE AT THE DROP-IN CENTRE.

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 8, 2016

THE  Childcare and Protection Agency (CPA) , MINISTRY OF SOCIAL PROTECTION wishes to extend its heart-felt sympathy to the George ... Read More

Children in institutional care drop to below 25 percent

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 7, 2016

Georgetown GINA, June 06, 2016 The Child Care and Protection Agency of the Ministry of Social Protection in collaboration with ... Read More

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