Tag: WE LIFT

WE LIFT Essequibo slated for March 30

WE LIFT Essequibo slated for March 30

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- March 16, 2022

The Ministry of Human Services and Social Security’s impressive WE LIFT moves to Region Two in observance of Women’s History ... Read More

Budget 2022: Amplified training programmes to upskill women

Budget 2022: Amplified training programmes to upskill women

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- January 27, 2022

Government is set to improve and implement new training programmes to empower and upskill women nationwide. The 2022 budget which ... Read More

Ministry of Human Services and Social Security launches WIIN (Women’s Innovation & Investment Network)

Ministry of Human Services and Social Security launches WIIN (Women’s Innovation & Investment Network)

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- May 7, 2021

WOMEN’s Innovation and Investment Network (WIIN), a massive, new programme by the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security that ... Read More

MoHSSS’ creating digital directory for women owned businesses

MoHSSS’ creating digital directory for women owned businesses

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- March 10, 2021

In a few weeks, the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security (MoHSSS) will be introducing a digital directory and ... Read More

Two-day ‘WE LIFT’ campaign to launch Saturday

Two-day ‘WE LIFT’ campaign to launch Saturday

Kellon Rover Kellon Rover- March 3, 2021

-to feature women entrepreneurs -at Arthur Chung Conference Centre The Ministry of Human Services and Social Security will be hosting ... Read More

Human Services Ministry to host 2-day exhibition with WE LIFT campaign

Human Services Ministry to host 2-day exhibition with WE LIFT campaign

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- March 3, 2021

The Arthur Chung Convention Centre will be transformed into a sea of purple over the week-end – March 6 and ... Read More

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