An early start: Mashramani 2017 was launched yesterday at the Ministry of Education, Department of Culture, Youth and Sport on Main Street under the theme: “Celebration with Liberty, Dignity and Greater Unity”.
The Guyana Women’s Leader-ship Institute (GWLI) last weekend celebrated the contribution of 50 senior citizens.
The Institute, an arm of the Ministry of Social Protection, honoured seniors from nearby communities at its Cove and John location in collaboration with the Belfield-Victoria Com-munity Policing Group and the Mangrove Reserve Producers’ Cooperative Society, GWLI said in a release.
Region Three youths march against drugs: Youths of Region 3 in partnership with the Guyana Police Force, the Ministry of Public Health and the National Amerindian Development Foundation (NADF) on Saturday held a rally and march against drugs on Fort Island in the Essequibo River.
Back to basics: Despite promises by the Guyana Water Inc (GWI), residents of ‘D’ and ‘E’ Fields Sophia are still without potable water and have been forced to develop creative ways of completing household chores.
In recognition of Agriculture Month, Food for the Poor (Guyana) Incorporated (FFP) donated a variety of agricultural tools to farmers, farmers groups, cooperative societies and farmers associations, a release from FFP said.
Courts Guyana Inc. last Wednesday awarded three scholarships to students of the University of Guyana.
At its flagship store in Georgetown, Courts awarded the three students with full scholarships to continue and to commence their studies in their respective fields.
Mass casualty training: Medical respondents heading to the scene of a mass casualty scenario during their practical exercise on Saturday. The Civil Defence Commission in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organisation/ World Health Organisation (PAHO/WHO) on Saturday concluded a one-week long Mass Casualty Management System workshop.