Tag: World Bank

Govt’s cost cutting energy projects will attract more foreign investments

Govt’s cost cutting energy projects will attract more foreign investments

Kemol King Kemol King- August 31, 2021

With the excitement brought on by the string of petroleum discoveries offshore Guyana, the country is already a coveted investment ... Read More

President Ali tells World Bank that Guyana needs a dedicated partner for education

President Ali tells World Bank that Guyana needs a dedicated partner for education

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 4, 2021

His Excellency Dr Irfaan Ali today met with a visiting delegation from the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation ... Read More

US$6M World Bank financing sign of renewed confidence from partners – Min. Singh

US$6M World Bank financing sign of renewed confidence from partners – Min. Singh

Kemol King Kemol King- July 1, 2021

Senior Minister in the Office of the President with responsibility for Finance, Hon. Dr. Ashni Singh has said the approval ... Read More

Minister discusses proposal for challenges in Guyana’s agriculture sector during LAC Roundtable

Minister discusses proposal for challenges in Guyana’s agriculture sector during LAC Roundtable

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 15, 2021

Agriculture Ministers from Latin America and the Caribbean, and other senior officials from the World Bank participated in a virtual ... Read More

“We cannot tolerate lengthy delays on projects” – Minister Manickchand on the Good Hope Secondary School

“We cannot tolerate lengthy delays on projects” – Minister Manickchand on the Good Hope Secondary School

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 13, 2021

- Contractor promises May 22, 2021 completion The Honourable Minister of Education Priya Manickchand today stated that the Ministry of ... Read More

World Bank Approves Additional Financing of US$13.5 Million for Guyana’s Education Sector

World Bank Approves Additional Financing of US$13.5 Million for Guyana’s Education Sector

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 26, 2021

The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved today additional financing of US$13.5 million to support the ongoing Guyana Secondary Education ... Read More

CARICOM urges international financing groups to support tourist-dependent nations

Isaiah Braithwaite Isaiah Braithwaite- December 24, 2020

-vital for the recovery during pandemic - Dr. Ralph Gonsalves Caribbean countries need mammoth support from International Financial Institutions to ... Read More

Management structure in place to guide spending of COVID-19 loans

Management structure in place to guide spending of COVID-19 loans

Felecia Valenzuela Felecia Valenzuela- November 26, 2020

Minister of Health, Hon. Dr. Frank Anthony has said loans acquired by Guyana for its COVID-19 programmes would be spent ... Read More

Press Release – World Bank provides additional financing of US$26 million to strengthen flood risk management in Guyana

Press Release – World Bank provides additional financing of US$26 million to strengthen flood risk management in Guyana

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 19, 2020

WASHINGTON, November 19, 2020 — The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved today US$26 million in additional financing for ... Read More

Press Release – Westminster Secondary set for November completion

Press Release – Westminster Secondary set for November completion

Staff Writer Staff Writer- October 6, 2020

… 84 per cent completed The $1 billion Westminster Secondary School, currently under construction at La Parfaite Harmonie in Region ... Read More

World Bank Director congratulates President Ali

World Bank Director congratulates President Ali

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 25, 2020

-says she is looking forward to stronger partnership   His Excellency Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali, President of the Cooperative Republic ... Read More

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