Tag: Health and Family Life Education (HFLE)

30 Adolescent mothers in Region One graduate from MoE’s reintegration programme

30 Adolescent mothers in Region One graduate from MoE’s reintegration programme

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 8, 2021

Now qualified in cookeryGiven start-up kits to begin careers Thirty adolescent mothers in Region One (Barima – Waini) are now ... Read More

First Exhibition for Transition Students opened

First Exhibition for Transition Students opened

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 17, 2020

(February 17, 2020) – The Department of Education – Georgetown, held its first Exhibition for Transition students today at the ... Read More

40 mothers graduate from re-integration programme in Region Six

40 mothers graduate from re-integration programme in Region Six

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 6, 2020

(February 6, 2020) – Forty mothers graduated today from the Ministry of Education’s Re-integration of Adolescent Mothers Programme in Region ... Read More

Education Month continues with Region Three’s Career Fair

Education Month continues with Region Three’s Career Fair

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 21, 2018

Ministry of Education, Press Release - Friday, September 21, 2018 The Department of Education, Region Three, Essequibo Islands-West Demerara held its ... Read More

Health and Family Life Education critical to children development-Minister Henry tells Diplomatic Luncheon

Health and Family Life Education critical to children development-Minister Henry tells Diplomatic Luncheon

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 11, 2018

Delivering the feature address at a diplomatic luncheon organized by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), United Nations Educational, Scientific ... Read More

REdOs briefed on draft policy for Re-integration of adolescent mothers in schools

REdOs briefed on draft policy for Re-integration of adolescent mothers in schools

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 19, 2018

(April 19, 2018) – Regional Education Officers (REdOs) from the 11 education districts across Guyana were introduced to and briefed ... Read More

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