Tag: NDIA

NDIA gets $12B to execute critical drainage works in agricultural areas

NDIA gets $12B to execute critical drainage works in agricultural areas

Kellon Rover Kellon Rover- March 5, 2021

The $12 billion allocation to the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA) this year caters for critical drainage projects in ... Read More

Over $500M set aside for pump stations countrywide

Over $500M set aside for pump stations countrywide

Kellon Rover Kellon Rover- March 1, 2021

-50,000 acres of farmlands to benefit The Ministry of Agriculture has reserved approximately $500 million for the construction and operationalisation ... Read More

Minister Mustapha commits to rehabilitating dams in Greenwich

Minister Mustapha commits to rehabilitating dams in Greenwich

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 10, 2021

- grading officers to be trained and placed at mills after farmers complain of unfair grading system - countrywide dam ... Read More

Corentyne fishermen engage Agri. Minister on zoning with trawler operators

Corentyne fishermen engage Agri. Minister on zoning with trawler operators

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 1, 2021

Agriculture Minister, Hon. Zulfikar Mustapha during a recent outreach to several villages along the Corentyne Coast, met with a group ... Read More

Unity, Hope farmers thankful for Agriculture Minister’ s intervention

Unity, Hope farmers thankful for Agriculture Minister’ s intervention

Kellon Rover Kellon Rover- January 11, 2021

-waters receding due to drainage works Critical drainage and irrigation works are ongoing at Hope and Unity villages, East Coast ... Read More

Prime Minister, Agri Minister engage Charity residents on flooding solutions

Prime Minister, Agri Minister engage Charity residents on flooding solutions

Natasha Smith Thomas Natasha Smith Thomas- January 5, 2021

-two new pumps installed at Devonshire, Hampton Court -NDIA to liaise with local entities to provide relief -CDC to support ... Read More

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