University of Guyana (UG) students will benefit from a mixed programme through collaboration with the University of the West Indies (UWI).
Vice Chancellor of UWI, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles said UWI is already collaborating with UG on programmes in agriculture, fisheries, forestry, medicine and law among others, but there needs to be full mobility where students can mix their programmes at both universities.
Youths of the Bartica Township, Region Seven will benefit from a $50M multipurpose sporting facility. The National Sports Commission recently, conducted a site visit in the Region to determine the best location to house the facility.
The visit was initiated by the Mayor and Councillors of the recently established town which saw the presence of the Director of Sports, Christopher Jones. In an interview with the Government Information Agency, Jones said that the multipurpose centre is an aspect of sport development coming out of the 2017 National Budget.
The video above describes The Tooth Structure for Kids
The Ministry of Education, Department Culture, Youth and Sport will be implementing a “work ready’ programme in Regions Four, Six and Ten to assist qualified students in preparing for the world of work.
The programme is set to be launched in March 2017, according to the Director of Youth, Melissa Carmichael.