In our view, missing in the Public Service is a culture embodying a set of core values and standards which are accepted and treated as sacrosanct to the extent that their breach would evoke responses of criticism and even condemnation of violators and insistence that the “right” thing be done.
Photos by Joanna Dhanraj
Visits to places outside of Georgetown serve as learning experiences. Hearing the average resident speak about his/her life adds to the general knowledge of the Guyanese way of life.
Prior to the appointment of members of the Public Pro-curement Commission (PPC) this year, the question that comes to mind is what was the responsibility of Cabinet in the award of contracts over $15 million?
Guyana has made significant progress for children in the areas of access to quality education, healthcare, reduction of child mortality and the impact of diseases on children’s lives, UNICEF said today as it marked Universal Children’s Day.
By Nina L Khrushcheva
NEW YORK – “What we love will ruin us,” predicted Aldous Huxley in 1932. In Brave New World, he described a human race that, by 2540, has been destroyed by ignorance, a lust for constant entertainment, the dominance of technology, and an overabundance of material goods.