EU signs contract with ChildLink

Today, EU Ambassador to Guyana, Robert Kopecký and Omattie Madray, Programme Director of ChildLink, signed a grant contract to implement a project titled “Empowering Children in Difficult Circumstances”. The grant involves the support of a maximum of €200,000 and will be funded from the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) 2012-2013 country allocation for Guyana, a release today from the European Union said.
In this EU photo, Ambassador Robert Kopecký hands over the grant contract to Omattie Madray in presence of Chantalle Haynes (standing at right) and Ann Greene.

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