Tag: Mabura

Over 100 Guyanese employed under Linden-Mabura Hill Road project

Over 100 Guyanese employed under Linden-Mabura Hill Road project

- September 29, 2022

More than 100 Guyanese have found employment through the US $190 million Linden to Mabura Hill Road construction project currently ... Read More

Linden Mabura corridor open to light and heavy traffic

Linden Mabura corridor open to light and heavy traffic

- August 18, 2021

The Ministry of Public Works is happy to report that the Linden to Mabura corridor is once again open to ... Read More

Minister Edghill slams contractors on pace of hinterland roadworks

Minister Edghill slams contractors on pace of hinterland roadworks

- December 18, 2020

- urges them to meet obligations, remain in good standing Minister of Public Works, Hon. Bishop Juan Edghill is again ... Read More

Hinterland road network to be expanded

Hinterland road network to be expanded

- November 20, 2020

─new connections for 2021 The Ministry of Public Works is making strides towards expanding the road network in the hinterland ... Read More

$34.4Billion for Public Works Ministry’s projects for 2020

$34.4Billion for Public Works Ministry’s projects for 2020

- September 9, 2020

─ Energy Expansion and Diversification─CJIA expansion project─ECD railway embankment to be resurfaced─Linden-Lethem road project remodeled─Ogle to Diamond bypass road redesigned─new ... Read More

Linden-Lethem road greenlighted by Iwokrama

Linden-Lethem road greenlighted by Iwokrama

- December 10, 2019

─Funding for Phase 1 already secured DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, December 10, 2019 As construction approaches for the Linden-Lethem road, the ... Read More

Great Falls village to go online

Great Falls village to go online

- February 8, 2019

─ two community ICT Hubs to established ─ 300 persons to benefit  DPI, Guyana, Friday, February 8, 2018 The community ... Read More

Children in hinterland communities to benefit from footwear

- July 15, 2016

(Ministry of Education, July 15, 2016) - In keeping with its overall mandate to ensure that, all citizens of Guyana ... Read More

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