Welcome to the official website for the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Georgetown Guyana.

This website has been established to inform the public about the work of the Ministry on issues affecting Guyanese, especially indigenous peoples, and to provide another useful communication route. It has also been established to provide information about our beautiful country and links to online resources that you may find useful.

Latest News

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    Preliminary findings on out of School Children Survey presented…

    The preliminary findings on an Out of School Children (OOSC) Survey initiated by the Ministry of Education in partnership with UNICEF has found that students from rural areas are at a greater disadvantage as it relates to staying in school and receiving a sound education. The OOSC initiatives is geared

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    Three day discussion convene to better understanding the Amerindian act … the time is right Minister Allicock.

    Government has pumped ten million dollars towards initiatives geared at strengthening the Amerindian Act of 2016 and yesterday Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock said he is harkened to see emphasis placed on strengthening the Amerindian Act. Discussion among key stakeholders began yesterday at the Moray House located on

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    Parliamentarians reminded of duties to the Nation.

    Leadership and building respectable relationships should be the cornerstone for members of the National Assembly as they strive towards nation building. This was the message delivered by Reverend John Smith yesterday when the Georgetown Ministers Fellowship of the First Assembly of God Church of Guyana hosted law makers at a

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    Bina Hill Institute meeting expectations…….

    Students of the Bina Hill Institute for Research, Training and Development in Region 9 were reminded of their roles and responsibilities since they are poised to becoming the movers and shakers of the future. Students were being addressed by Vice President and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock during