Tag: Youth Affairs

Linden students benefit from anti-suicide campaign

Linden students benefit from anti-suicide campaign

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 14, 2019

― students to receive one-on-one counselling   DPI, Guyana, Thursday, November 14, 2019 Minister within the Ministry of the Presidency, with ... Read More

Young people, be prepared for changes – Min. Broomes urges

Young people, be prepared for changes – Min. Broomes urges

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 23, 2019

─ Minister with responsibility for Youth Affairs visits Valmiki Vidyalaya High School Natasha Smith DPI, Guyana, Thursday, May 23, 2019 ... Read More

Minister Broomes heaps praise on VYC, pitches govt’s support

Minister Broomes heaps praise on VYC, pitches govt’s support

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 17, 2019

By Felecia Valenzuela DPI, Guyana, Friday, May 17, 2019 The Volunteer Youth Corps (VYC) Thursday afternoon came in for heavy ... Read More

Young offenders will not be left behind – Min. Broomes

Young offenders will not be left behind – Min. Broomes

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 13, 2019

─ govt will ensure reformation programs are in place for reintegration ─ equality is for everyone and speaks to wherever ... Read More

‘Make a difference from in here’ 

‘Make a difference from in here’ 

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 12, 2019

─Minister of Youth Affairs, Simona Broomes tells young inmates at Timehri Prison DPI, Guyana, Sunday, May 11, 2019 Mother’s Day ... Read More

Equality, education and employment are pillars of govt youth policy

Equality, education and employment are pillars of govt youth policy

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 29, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Monday, April 29, 2019 Newly reassigned Minister in the Ministry of the Presidency, with responsibility for Youth Affairs, ... Read More

26 Physical Education teachers certified in football training

26 Physical Education teachers certified in football training

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 28, 2017

DPI, GUYANA, Friday, July 28, 2017 Twenty-Six Physical Education (P.E) teachers have benefitted from a-one-week train-the-trainer workshop hosted by the ... Read More

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