Tag: Kato

Farmers from Kato, Monkey Mountain benefit from $32 million in equipment to boost agriculture

Farmers from Kato, Monkey Mountain benefit from $32 million in equipment to boost agriculture

- September 15, 2022

As part of the Ministry of Agriculture’s Rural Agriculture Infrastructure Development Project (RAID) farmers from the villages of Kato and ... Read More

Minister Sukhai urges hinterland youths to ‘seize opportunities’

Minister Sukhai urges hinterland youths to ‘seize opportunities’

- September 14, 2022

Hinterland youths are being encouraged to seize the plethora of training opportunities being offered by the government to ensure they ... Read More

School cash grant integral to hinterland students’ education

School cash grant integral to hinterland students’ education

- August 3, 2022

The importance of the ‘Because We Care’, school uniform and supplies cash grants are continuing to manifest, especially in the ... Read More

GWI trains Region 8 CSOS to maintain Water Systems

GWI trains Region 8 CSOS to maintain Water Systems

- July 6, 2022

Twenty Community Service Officers (CSOs) from Kato, Region 8 are now equipped with the knowledge to carry out installation, maintenance ... Read More

The vaccination roll out – no shortages for second doses

The vaccination roll out – no shortages for second doses

- April 15, 2021

There are enough COVID-19 vaccines in storage to provide all persons who have received their first dose. Many persons have ... Read More

Kato to benefit from improved water access

Kato to benefit from improved water access

- February 12, 2021

Residents of Kato, Region 8 (Potaro/Siparuni) can look forward to improved access to potable water as Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) ... Read More

Government hoping to provide free education at UG by end of 2024 – President Ali

Government hoping to provide free education at UG by end of 2024 – President Ali

- December 27, 2020

His Excellency Dr Irfaan Ali this evening announced that his Government is working to provide free education at the University ... Read More

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