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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

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    Region one targeted as focal point for Cassareep production.

    The Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs is looking at potential opportunities which will assist villages in the production of a number of origin-linked Products to meet international standards. The Ministry has provided much needed support by ensuring training is received for capacity building. In this regard a two member team

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    Rupununi Music and Art Festival an essential tool to bridge cultural gap – Minister Allicock.

    The Rupununi Music and Art Festival dubbed “Georgetown Connection” will be used as an important mechanism in Government’s thrust to bridge the gap between the Hinterland and the Coastland. The reason the Festival is being held in Georgetown this coming Saturday is to give Guyanese on the coastland an opportunity

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    Indigenous People strategically positioned to fight poverty… Minister Allicock

    Agriculture is poised to becoming Guyana’s main economic platform and in this regard, securing indigenous lands for the indigenous peoples remain critical for the Ministry with responsibility for the Indigenous Peoples. This was underscored by Vice President and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock during the North Rupununi District

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    Strategic Plan to set tone for calculated execution of Ministry’s mandate——–Vice President and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock…

    Vice President and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock says the Ministry is poised to achieve greater successes in 2017 when its Sustainable Development Framework Agreement (SDAF) is unveiled and ready for implementation. The framework agreement will serve as a road map over the next five years to assist

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    Batavia’s Handicraft Center has potential to change trajectory in the lives of the women folk…

    The Batavia women’s Handicraft Centre is meeting its objective of generating income for the women and by extension their families. The Village received $M2.798 from the Ministry in 2015 to undertake a Handcraft Production Centre for the Women’s Group. The center is thriving due to prudent management of the resources

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    The Ministry of Finance in partnership with the United Nations Development Program UNDP through Innovations for Poverty Action IPA have provided training for staff from a number of Government Agencies in order to improve livelihood programmes within the various institutions. Finance Minister Winston Jordan reminded representatives from Government Ministries including