Tag: Makushi

Wabbani – Life is hand made

Wabbani – Life is hand made

Nikosi Bruce Nikosi Bruce- September 8, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Sunday, September 8, 2019 Heritage Month celebrations showcase the culture, craft, and history of Guyana’s Indigenous People. However, ... Read More

Presidential Grants transforming village economies, lives

Presidential Grants transforming village economies, lives

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 25, 2019

― Patarinau Village latest beneficiary DPI, Guyana, Monday, March 25, 2019 The village of Patarinau in the South Rupunini, Region ... Read More

Language Revival Project to be implemented in six villages

Language Revival Project to be implemented in six villages

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 20, 2017

Guyana, Wednesday, December 20, 2017 A total of six (6) Indigenous villages in Regions One, Two and Nine will receive ... Read More

Exploring Rupununi’s ‘Sky Valley’

Exploring Rupununi’s ‘Sky Valley’

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 14, 2017

A DPI Feature by Synieka Thorne Moco Moco was formerly named ‘Ka-ya-Weng’ a Makushi phrase meaning ‘Sky Valley’. It was ... Read More

‘Concerted action must be taken to protect Indigenous customs, heritage’  -President Granger at launch of Indigenous Heritage Month

‘Concerted action must be taken to protect Indigenous customs, heritage’ -President Granger at launch of Indigenous Heritage Month

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 1, 2016

  Georgetown, Guyana – (September 1, 2016) President David Granger, this evening, launched Amerindian Heritage Month at the Indigenous Heritage ... Read More

President, First Lady attend interfaith service as Guyana ushers in Heritage Month

President, First Lady attend interfaith service as Guyana ushers in Heritage Month

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 31, 2016

Georgetown, Guyana – (August 31, 2016) President David Granger and First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger, this evening, attended an interfaith ... Read More

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