Local authorities here to help implement Cdn$23M CIDA small business project

Small and medium-sized enterprises in Guyana are to benefit from a four-year, Canadian International Development Agency-funded programme targeting similar business entities in six other Caricom countries for sustainable growth.

The Caribbean Local Economic Deve-lopment Programme (Cariled) Cdn$23 million project will be implemented by the Federation of Caribbean Municipa-lities (FCM) in collaboration with the Caribbean Forum of Local Government Ministers, the Caribbean Association of Local Government Authorities and the Commonwealth Local Government Forum. The project will be executed with the direct involvement of local authorities and other agencies in communities in the respective countries.

The first phase of the six-year  (2012-2018),  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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