Guyana Foundation shares out school supplies in Meten-Meer-Zorg

Just over one year old, the Guyana Foundation is rapidly moving ahead with its work to transform the lives, and communities, of people across Guyana, a release from the foundation said.

In March this year, the Foundation partnered with Dr. Latchman Narain, a family therapist from Canada, to conduct two mental health training workshops in Guyana. Then in May, the release said it hosted Serena Coultress, a mental health researcher from Maastricht University in the Netherlands, as she conducted a research study into the factors behind the high suicide rate in Guyana. Her findings will be made available to the public, it added.

A Guyana Foundation team sharing out school supplies in Meten-Meer-Zorg
A Guyana Foundation team sharing out school supplies in Meten-Meer-Zorg

 

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