Tag: Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni)

Learning loss being addressed with EdYou FM launch in Region Eight

Learning loss being addressed with EdYou FM launch in Region Eight

- October 6, 2022

In its bid to address the learning loss caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Education’s National Centre for ... Read More

Farmers from Kato, Monkey Mountain benefit from $32 million in equipment to boost agriculture

Farmers from Kato, Monkey Mountain benefit from $32 million in equipment to boost agriculture

- September 15, 2022

As part of the Ministry of Agriculture’s Rural Agriculture Infrastructure Development Project (RAID) farmers from the villages of Kato and ... Read More

Government will support flood-affected communities – PM Phillips

Government will support flood-affected communities – PM Phillips

- June 21, 2022

– Ministers to visit affected areas, food and sanitation hampers for residents Prime Minister, Brigadier (Ret’d), the Honourable Mark Phillips ... Read More

Human Services’ Empowerment fund injects $49.7M in Hinterland Regions

Human Services’ Empowerment fund injects $49.7M in Hinterland Regions

- April 5, 2022

A whopping $49.7M has been injected to the Hinterland communities from the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security’s ‘Empowerment ... Read More

NAREI expends $38M on new office, ATV to better serve farmers in Paramakatoi

NAREI expends $38M on new office, ATV to better serve farmers in Paramakatoi

- December 3, 2021

In a bid to improve its extension services in far-flung areas across the country, the National Agriculture Research and Extension ... Read More

Residents returning home as floodwaters recede

Residents returning home as floodwaters recede

- July 9, 2021

Flood waters have significantly receded in several communities allowing for several residents, who were being housed at shelters across the ... Read More

COVID-19 Alert!

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