Tag: Paramakatoi

Over 1,200 Paramakatoi Residents Gain Access to Potable Water

Over 1,200 Paramakatoi Residents Gain Access to Potable Water

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 20, 2020

(Georgetown, Thursday, February 20, 2020)- Convenient access to potable water has become a reality for some 1,200 residents of the ... Read More

Successful Debate in Patamona wraps up activities for IYIL  

Successful Debate in Patamona wraps up activities for IYIL  

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 22, 2020

MOIPA: In late December 2019, the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples' Affairs held its first-ever debate in the Patamona language. The ... Read More

Coalition, the best answer for development – Min. Allicock tells Paramakatoi

Coalition, the best answer for development – Min. Allicock tells Paramakatoi

Alexis Rodney Alexis Rodney- October 27, 2019

– Better days are ahead DPI, Guyana, Sunday, October 27, 2019 The Coalition Government remains the “best answer” for the ... Read More

Paramakatoi water supply system now in testing phase

Paramakatoi water supply system now in testing phase

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 15, 2019

Georgetown, Guyana - Monday, July 15, 2019:  Paramakatoi residents will soon reap the benefits of a very complex project that ... Read More

Single mother lauds HEYS

Single mother lauds HEYS

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 14, 2019

─ 52 more HEYS grants distributed in Reg. 8 ─ Min. Garrido-Lowe encourages HEYS participants to engage in ecotourism DPI, ... Read More

Students of Kato Secondary settling in well

Students of Kato Secondary settling in well

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 14, 2019

─ school to be officially commissioned March 15 DPI, Guyana, Thursday, March 14, 2019 Three hundred (300) students benefitting from ... Read More

Smith Creek Fish and Crab Processing Facility – a life changing initiative

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 9, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Saturday, March 9, 2019 Residents of Smith Creek, Mabaruma Sub-district, Barima-Waini, Region One, are eagerly awaiting the commissioning ... Read More

Self-sufficiency is the key to development – Min. Garrido-Lowe

Self-sufficiency is the key to development – Min. Garrido-Lowe

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 17, 2019

– Govt will continue to support Indigenous communities – Ministerial Outreach in Rupununi Region continues DPI, Guyana, Sunday, February 17, ... Read More

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