Budget has practical measures – Sukhai

Minister of Amerindian Affairs Pauline Sukhai says that the 2014 Budget offers a practical set of measures to meet the needs of Guyanese inclusive of the Amerindians who have benefited tremendously over the years under the present government.

In making her contribution to the 2014 budget debate she said that it allocates funds for the economic and productive sectors which will further stimulate growth and expansion of the economy.

She said that the launching of the $200M Youth Entrepreneurship and Apprenticeship programme in 2013 has benefited 886 young people in Regions one, seven, eight and nine. This investment, she said has resulted in many villages benefitting in the areas of improved governance and administration of village affairs, maintenance of …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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