Tag: Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous People’s Affairs Valerie Garrido-Lowe

‘Make Agriculture a Business’

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 10, 2019

– Minister Garrido-Lowe tells Santa Cruz residents “Our friends who are looking for business opportunities, they will want to bring ... Read More

Parents of Six making waves in Mabaruma

Parents of Six making waves in Mabaruma

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 22, 2019

― HEYS on the move. Cleveland Joseph and Marissia Santiago are among the many participants of the Hinterland Employment Youth ... Read More

Santa Rosa Ground Coffee Project lauded

Santa Rosa Ground Coffee Project lauded

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 18, 2019

― Tremendous benefits for the Region Santa Rosa coffee farmers in Moruca in the North West District, have been commended ... Read More

Kwakwani launches Women’s Group

Kwakwani launches Women’s Group

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 27, 2019

Approximately forty women in Kwakwani, Region Ten have embarked on empowering themselves and have established a Women’s Group there. The ... Read More

HEYS Businesses in Deep South Rupununi receive a significant boost

HEYS Businesses in Deep South Rupununi receive a significant boost

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 24, 2019

Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Valerie Garrido-Lowe on Sunday handed over Resource Kits for the Hinterland Employment ... Read More

Year of Indigenous Languages to be duly observed in 2019.

Year of Indigenous Languages to be duly observed in 2019.

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 1, 2018

In excess of Thirty-six Million dollars has been included in the 2019 Appropriation Expenditure announced by Minister of Finance Winston ... Read More

Government’s drive to bridge Coastal-Hinterland Gap strengthens

Government’s drive to bridge Coastal-Hinterland Gap strengthens

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 31, 2018

- as UNICEF’s first study on Indigenous Women and children completed DPI, GUYANA, Thursday, May 31, 2018 The United Nations ... Read More

Kaibarupai prepares for rebuilding process – new homes for 21 families severely affected by last year’s devastating floods.

Kaibarupai prepares for rebuilding process – new homes for 21 families severely affected by last year’s devastating floods.

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 27, 2018

Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Valerie Garrido-Lowe and her team visited the village of Kaibarupai in late ... Read More

‘Cooperation and unity must prevail’ – MinisterValerie Garrido-Lowe tells Morucan’s during Republic message

‘Cooperation and unity must prevail’ – MinisterValerie Garrido-Lowe tells Morucan’s during Republic message

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 25, 2018

Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Valerie Garrido-Lowe Thursday February 22, witnessed the hoisting of the Golden Arrow ... Read More

Hinterland residents urged to embrace sports

Hinterland residents urged to embrace sports

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 7, 2017

DPI, Guyana, Monday, August 7, 2017 The 20th annual Upper Mazaruni games was officially commissioned yesterday under the theme - ... Read More

Upper Mazaruni Games Kick off

Upper Mazaruni Games Kick off

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 7, 2017

DPI, Guyana, Monday, August 7, 2017 The 20th annual Upper Mazaruni District Games 2017 was officially commissioned yesterday by President ... Read More

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