Tag: Food For The Poor (Guyana)

Societal issues are best tackled through partnerships – Min Sukhai

Societal issues are best tackled through partnerships – Min Sukhai

- September 12, 2022

- as five Mainstay/Whyaka families receive homes from FFTP Five families including two Community Service Officers (CSO) received keys to ... Read More

Housing units for Broad and Lombard Street residents

Housing units for Broad and Lombard Street residents

- June 24, 2019

─ CH&PA, Food for the Poor Inc. to fund construction DPI, Guyana, Monday, June 24, 2019 About twenty families will ... Read More

16 Region Six farming groups benefit from equipment

16 Region Six farming groups benefit from equipment

- September 6, 2018

─ donated by Food For the Poor DPI, Guyana, Thursday, September 6, 2018 Over 100 farmers across East Berbice-Corentyne have ... Read More

Kaibarupai prepares for rebuilding process – new homes for 21 families severely affected by last year’s devastating floods.

Kaibarupai prepares for rebuilding process – new homes for 21 families severely affected by last year’s devastating floods.

- March 27, 2018

Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Valerie Garrido-Lowe and her team visited the village of Kaibarupai in late ... Read More

Food for the Poor, UGSS donate equipment to UG’s Agri Faculty

Food for the Poor, UGSS donate equipment to UG’s Agri Faculty

- October 31, 2017

DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, October 31, 2017 Food for the Poor Guyana, in collaboration with the University of Guyana Student’s Society ... Read More

Minister Norton continues familiarisation meetings with Social Cohesion stakeholders

Minister Norton continues familiarisation meetings with Social Cohesion stakeholders

- January 20, 2017

Georgetown, Guyana – (January 20, 2017) Minister of Social Cohesion, Dr. George Norton, yesterday, met with several stakeholders from various ... Read More

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