Several students of the Tuseneng Primary School in Region 8 are in Georgetown on a schools educational tour as part of activities for the 2017 Indigenous Heritage Month of Celebrations. The students who are accompanied by a teacher arrived in the city on Sunday for a weeklong tour. The Ministry
Good leadership will bring prosperity -Vice President Sydney Allicock to Leaders and Residents of St. Cuthberts/Pakuri
Vice President and Minister of Indigenous peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock said the current band of leaders from St. Cuthberts Village/Pakuri must recognize that good governance is the key to success. Vice President and Minister of Indigenous peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock addresses the gathering during the annual Village Day Celebrations. The
Unity and leaving a Legacy, key to advancement of indigenous peoples – Ministers Allicock and Garrido-Lowe
Vice President and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock at the conclusion of five days and nights of exhibiting that unique indigenous culture has expressed gratitude to participants for making the activities to mark the beginning of Indigenous Heritage Month 2017 a resounding success. The crowd that gathered for
Residents and athletes have expressed gratitude to Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Valerie Garrido-Lowe for her invaluable contribution and unwavering support for the North Pakaraima’s Football Tournament which kicked off on Sunday last in Paramakatoi Village, Region 8. According to residents this is the first time officials
Vice President and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Sydney Allicock has expressed great disappointment with the decision made by some Indigenous village leaders (Toshao’s) who Tuesday evening chose to attend a CPL 20/20 Cricket match at the Guyana national Stadium rather than to remain at the ongoing National Toshao’s Council
Vice President and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs was witness to history in the making when President David Granger and outgoing Chair of the National Toshao’s Council (NTC) Joel Fredericks unveiled the design for the NTC’s Secretariat. The Secretariat will be constructed in the Compound of the Sophia Exhibition Center.
V.P and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs cites need for stronger, more unified NTC Executive.
His Excellency David Granger at the opening of the 11th National Toshao’s Conference earlier today reminded of the importance of cooperation which will ensure the social and economic wellbeing of the indigenous peoples’ are realized. The conference is being being hosted by the Cyril Potter College of Education, Turkeyen Campus,
Principal Assistant Secretary General in the Ministry of Indigenous peoples’ Affairs Derryann Edinboro was among twenty government officials who successfully participated in a seminar on e-Government and Technology in Shanghai, China. The team recently returned. The event was sponsored by the Ministry of Commerce of China and is the 3rd
DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, August 09, 2017 The rich and diverse culture of Guyana’s Indigenous people will be significantly showcased during the annual Heritage Month celebrations under the theme, ‘Guyana’s First Peoples; Sustaining a Rich Cultural Environment.’ The month long celebration was officially launched, at the Umana Yana, Kingston, Georgetown, on