Tag: Hon. Pauline Sukhai

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

Fitness, good health show our resilience – Min Sukhai

Fitness, good health show our resilience – Min Sukhai

- September 4, 2022

─ at Amerindian heritage walk The blowing of the conch shell and bamboo horns, accompanied by drums by the Karao ... Read More

Community Service Officers to be Trained in Water System Management

Community Service Officers to be Trained in Water System Management

- March 2, 2022

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was on Wednesday, March 2, signed between the Ministries of Housing and Water and Amerindian ... Read More

CSO programme reintegrated over 2000 Amerindian youths into the workforce

CSO programme reintegrated over 2000 Amerindian youths into the workforce

- January 9, 2022

The PPP/C Government, in just one year, has trained over 2000 Amerindian youths through its Community Service Officers’ (CSO) programme ... Read More

Leaving No One Behind

Leaving No One Behind

- January 4, 2022

Ministry of Amerindian Affairs - Sector Highlights 2021 The PPP/C government through the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs in 2021, embarked ... Read More

Amerindian leaders complete two-day mediation training

Amerindian leaders complete two-day mediation training

- December 2, 2021

Forty (40) Amerindian leaders from Regions Four, Five, Six and Ten, on Thursday completed a two-day mediation training programme at ... Read More

‘Use your influence to save your people’

‘Use your influence to save your people’

- July 27, 2021

- Minister Anthony tells Region Eight leaders Minister of Health, Dr. Frank Anthony MP, is appealing to community leaders in ... Read More

Gov’t to resume Amerindian language revival project

Gov’t to resume Amerindian language revival project

- July 13, 2021

Minister of Amerindian Affairs Hon. Pauline Sukhai says the Government will be re-establishing the language revival programme for Amerindians. This ... Read More

‘Because We Care’ grants important to Amerindians – Min. Sukhai

‘Because We Care’ grants important to Amerindians – Min. Sukhai

- July 12, 2021

Minister of Amerindian Affairs, Hon. Pauline Sukhai says Amerindians living in the hinterland will benefit significantly from the ‘Because We ... Read More

Hinterland ICT programme progressing smoothly – Min. Sukhai

Hinterland ICT programme progressing smoothly – Min. Sukhai

- July 3, 2021

Minister of Amerindian Affairs, Hon. Pauline Sukhai has said the Government is making significant progress in the execution of the ... Read More

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