Tag: Spotlight Initiative

Minister Persaud takes ‘Spotlight Initiative’ to Bartica

Minister Persaud takes ‘Spotlight Initiative’ to Bartica

Synieka Thorne Synieka Thorne- July 4, 2021

-community groups urged to take advantage of programme Minister of Human Services and Social Security, Hon. Dr. Vindhya Persaud on ... Read More

System in place to protect abuse hotline callers

System in place to protect abuse hotline callers

Shaquille Bourne Shaquille Bourne- March 19, 2021

- GBV to be available in Android app store The Ministry of Human Services and Social Security has implemented a ... Read More

Adolescent Health Unit receives 180 care packages from the GRPA

Adolescent Health Unit receives 180 care packages from the GRPA

Shantelle Stanley Shantelle Stanley- December 21, 2020

- to support teenage mothers The Guyana Responsible Parenthood Association, today, handed over 180 care packages to the Adolescent Health ... Read More

Home Affairs supports efforts to end domestic abuse

Home Affairs supports efforts to end domestic abuse

Shantelle Stanley Shantelle Stanley- December 11, 2020

- joins Bridge Builders, Spotlight Initiative in ‘orange’ campaign Staff at the Ministry of Home Affairs wore orange masks and ... Read More

Spotlight Initiative to impact hundreds of women and girls locally

Spotlight Initiative to impact hundreds of women and girls locally

Neola Damon Neola Damon- November 25, 2020

DPI, GUYANA, Wednesday, November 25 2020 Hundreds of women and girls across the country are expected to benefit from programmes ... Read More

Indigenous leaders endorse ‘Spotlight Initiative’

Indigenous leaders endorse ‘Spotlight Initiative’

Synieka Thorne Synieka Thorne- October 8, 2019

─ Guyana to benefit from $1B to end violence against women and girls DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, October 8, 2019 Under ... Read More

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