Tag: flood relief efforts

Agri ministry responds to malicious claims that Baracara farmers did not receive flood relief assistance

Agri ministry responds to malicious claims that Baracara farmers did not receive flood relief assistance

- September 21, 2022

The Ministry of Agriculture condemns in the strongest possible terms, the malicious and bogus claims by the desperate APNU/AFC, that ... Read More

Agriculture Ministry receives pepper seeds produced by CARDI to assist with ongoing flood relief efforts

Agriculture Ministry receives pepper seeds produced by CARDI to assist with ongoing flood relief efforts

- October 5, 2021

Today, officials from the Caribbean Agriculture Research and Development Institute handed over a quantity of pepper seeds that were produced ... Read More

“We understand the importance of agriculture” – Minister Mustapha tells residents of St. Cuthbert’s Mission

“We understand the importance of agriculture” – Minister Mustapha tells residents of St. Cuthbert’s Mission

- July 20, 2021

- community to benefit from shadehouse, other incentives to boost agriculture Agriculture Minister Zulfikar Mustapha MP, on Tuesday, reiterated to ... Read More

Significant relief effort organised by Human Services Ministry for flood affected areas

Significant relief effort organised by Human Services Ministry for flood affected areas

- June 4, 2021

In a joint effort to bring relief to residents across Guyana who are being deeply impacted by heavy rainfall and ... Read More

Private Sector supporting CDC’s flood relief efforts

Private Sector supporting CDC’s flood relief efforts

- June 2, 2021

-food, cash, protective gear, animal feed donated The Civil Defence Commission (CDC) on Tuesday received a cheque for over $200,000, ... Read More

GGDMA donates $1.5M towards flood relief

GGDMA donates $1.5M towards flood relief

- May 31, 2021

The Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners' Association (GGDMA) today donated $1.5M to the Civil Defence Commission (CDC) to support flood ... Read More

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