• Banks DIH pledges 100 percent support to Mash 2017- Management …Footing Bill for several events, Main Street Crank Up included

    Mega Corporate Citizen Banks DIH has pledged 100 percent support towards Mashramani 2017. This announcement follows a recent meeting with Mashramani Coordinator Lennox Canterbury, PRO Mondale Smith and Banks DIH Sales and Marketing Executive Carlton Joao and Events Manager Mortimer Stewart. The Beverage Giant pledged to sponsor several events to make Mashramani 2017 a success.news 20170127 1

  • Bronze statues for Palmyra Monument arrives in Guyana

    Several years ago the Ministry of Education started negotiations with the public and private sectors, NGO’s and other agencies to design and build monuments to coincide with the observance of Guyana’s 250th Emancipation and the 175th anniversary of Indian arrival in Guyana.news 20161415

  • Education Ministry’s $21.218B to fund key strategic interventions – estimates approved

    A sum of $21.218 Billion has been approved for the Ministry of Education, to fund the provision of key planned interventions in the upcoming year. These 2017 interventions are intended to lay the foundation for the arduous task ahead of the Ministry of rebuilding a solid education system.

  • Gov’t Ministries briefed on Mash preparations

    As the date for the February 23 Costume and float parade draws closer various Government Ministries’ representatives gathered to further flesh out plans and confirm their participation in the 2017 float parade. 

    They also discussed preparatory works to participate in the illuminated and decorative buildings competition. They were further briefed on the requirements to be part of the possibly the nation’s largest cultural spectacle for 2017.
    Specific focus was placed on the rules and regulations for the Decorated Buildings competition and the criteria for the Float Parade.Min. Henry

  • Major works planned for UG with $202M approved allocation

    The University of Guyana is expected to undergo a number of upgrades and changes in 2017 as the government of Guyana through the Ministry of Education plans to spend a total of $202M on the Tertiary institution.
    This information was divulged in the Committee of Supply of the National Assembly this week by Minister within the Ministry of Education, Nicolette Henry during the consideration of the 2017 estimates of revenue and expenditure.news 20161224
  • Ministry of Public Health launches two new initiatives which cater for the health and wellbeing of adolescents and teen mothers

    Guyana and the world is faced with a grave reality that is the increase of teen mothers and the fact that teens within the 15-19 age range are affected by diseases such as HIV and Cervical Cancer.
    In response to that reality, the Ministry of Public Health launched two new initiatives which cater for the health and wellbeing of adolescents and teen mothers. Work on these initiatives commenced two years ago; however, the need for strengthened collaboration among the Ministries and partner agencies was recognised.news 20170203 6