Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Alfred King said the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs will be working with villages and communities in the Santa Rosa, Moruca, Sub-district, Region 1 to implement their respective Village Improvement Plans (V.I.P’s) for sustainable development. P.S King was a member of
Eleven villages and satellites in the Santa Rosa, Moruca Sub-District, Barima/Waini, Region One are benefitting from a four-day Village Improvement Plan (V.I.P) workshop, an initiative being executed under the Sustainable Development Framework (SDF) which is aimed at building sustainable village economies. The cabinet approved SDF has been rebranded and is
The Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs has made history as it walked away with four of five prizes up for grabs in the medium band category of the just concluded Mashramani Float Celebrations on Republic Day 2018. The Mash 2018 prize giving ceremony and Launch of Mashramani 2019 was held
The much anticipated construction of a Lapidary in the picturesque village of Monkey Mountain in the North Pakaraimas (Region 8) is expected to commence soon. This facility, once operable, will produce Jewellery, ornaments and exotic furniture pieces from semi-precious stones which can be found in abundance on the plains of
Vice President and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock on Monday handed over a cheques to Toshao of Tuseneng Village Council Philip Geronimo for the hosting of the 5th North Pakaraima Expo billed for March 26-27, 2018. Tuseneng is the host village for this year’s activity which plans to
Kwebanna Village located in the Moruca Sub-district, Barima/Waini, Region One, will be embarking on a $10M Cassava Flour Processing facility, made possible through funding from the Government in the 2018 National Budget. This initiative will see thirty farmers benefit in the initial phase of the project which focuses primarily on
Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Valerie Garrido-Lowe, indigenous leaders and several farmers from the village of Santa Rosa and Islands, Moruca Sub-region Barima/Waini, Region One, launched the much anticipated $10M Ground Coffee Production Project. The Ground Coffee project is among several green sustainable initiatives to be executed
Cooperation and unity must prevail-Minister Valerie Garrido-Lowe tells Morucan’s during Republic message.
Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Valerie Garrido-Lowe Thursday evening witnessed the hoisting of the Golden Arrow Head as Guyana celebrates its 48th Republic Anniversary. The Golden Arrow Head was hoisted on the stroke of Midnight in Sana Rosa, Moruca sub-district, Barima-Waini, Region One, which is the village
Toshao’s from across the North Pakaraima Sub-Region # 1 were encouraged to formulate Village Improvement Plans V.I.P’s which will ensure social, economic and other benefits are realized. This call was made by Vice President and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock during the opening of the 5th North Pakaraima
Kaibarupai prepares for rebuilding process following last year’s devastating floods- 21 homes were destroyed.
Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Valerie Garrido-Lowe and her team visited the village of Kaibarupai in late December to inform residents of the 2018 budgetary allocation to facilitate the rebuilding process of twenty one homes in Kaibarupai that were washed away by the devastating floods in Potaro-Siparuni,