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

  • Aishalton Women’s Group making significant strides…

    The Aishalton Women’s Association in Deep South, Rupununi, Region 9 continues to positively impact not only the village, but the Region as a whole. Chairperson of the group Immacaulata Casimero said following a visit last April by Owen DeSouza, of DeSouza Estate Establishment, a producer of organic products out of

  • Successful workshops conclude with Deep South Rupununi Villages-  Indigenous Land Issues on the front burner

    The Communications component of the Amerindian Land Titling (ALT) Project on Friday wrapped up a successful week of workshops in Aishalton, Muraranau, Awaraunau and Shea Villages in deep South Rupununi, Region 9. Scores of residents attended the workshops from the respective villages where pertinent information was share on Demarcation and

  • A Vision Now a Reality- as First lady commissions Pakaraima Lapidary Facility….

    First Lady Mrs. Sandra Granger, Vice President and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock, Minister within the Ministry Valerie Garrido-Lowe, Minister of Finance Winston Jordan, Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan and Minister of Public Telecommunications Cathy Hughes on Friday commissioned the $10M Pakaraima Lapidary Facility in Monkey Mountain, Region

  • $8M Multi-purpose Center commissioned in Kumu- a victory for your community says Minister Allicock

    Approximately four hundred residents of Kumu, a Satellite Community of St. Ignatius Village, Region 9 will have better access to Health Care as well as additional support to Cultural diversity, following the commissioning of an eight-million-dollar Multi-Purpose Center there. The center which was commissioned on Wednesday was funded by the