Tourism Ministry partners with Chile to arrest poverty in rural communities

The Ministry of Tourism of Guyana and Chilean government yesterday entered into an agreement to aid in the eradication of extreme hunger and poverty in select rural communities in Guyana through the implementation of a US$200,000 collaborative project.

The project was developed after the completion of submission of proposals from the Government of Guyana to the Chilean government and was initiated late last year.

In the boardroom of the Ministry of Tourism yesterday, acting Minister of Tourism Irfaan Ali announced that the project will be split into three components and will cover selected rural communities with a  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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