Tag: Ministry of Agriculture (MOA)

Hydromet Office predicts wetter than usual conditions for November 2022 – January 2023

Hydromet Office predicts wetter than usual conditions for November 2022 – January 2023

- November 2, 2022

The Hydrometeorological Service of the Ministry of Agriculture is forecasting wetter than usual rainfall conditions across all regions of Guyana ... Read More

Gov’t looking to make GSA curriculum more policy-related

Gov’t looking to make GSA curriculum more policy-related

- October 29, 2022

- Agri. Minister says change needed to better equip youths for careers in agriculture The President Dr Irfaan Ali-led administration ... Read More

21-year-old among those receiving new leases from Agri. Ministry

21-year-old among those receiving new leases from Agri. Ministry

- October 26, 2022

- 128 leases issued to farmers to expand production in MMA Scheme Today the Ministry of Agriculture’s Mahaica Mahaicony Abary–Agriculture ... Read More

FAO, Agri. Ministry partner to better equip small fishers

FAO, Agri. Ministry partner to better equip small fishers

- October 5, 2022

- some 150 artisanal fishers to benefit from safety gear Today the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United ... Read More

Agri ministry responds to malicious claims that Baracara farmers did not receive flood relief assistance

Agri ministry responds to malicious claims that Baracara farmers did not receive flood relief assistance

- September 21, 2022

The Ministry of Agriculture condemns in the strongest possible terms, the malicious and bogus claims by the desperate APNU/AFC, that ... Read More

Region Two farmers to benefit from improved dam maintenance

Region Two farmers to benefit from improved dam maintenance

- September 7, 2022

- $24M grader commissioned Rice farmers in Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) can look forward to improvements in the current dam maintenance ... Read More

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