Express Guyana to host free concert

A tutor assists two students during one of the sessions.

Express Guyana will be hosting their first recital for the Performing Arts Programme at West Demerara Secondary School tomorrow (Sunday September 3rd) and it is expected that their students will showcase what they have learned for the past three months.

Express Guyana is a young non-governmental organization (NGO) created to help improve the quality of life of youth and other community members on the West Bank of Demerara. Its aim is to improve the health and social well-being of Guyanese within the region. The organisation hopes that through its interventions, the prevalence and impact of societal challenges will decline. After being in existence as a voluntary group for four years, the founders realised it was time to streamline their offerings to influence the emotional, social, economic and physical aspects of their communities in a strategic way. As a result, the organisation now offers opportunities for healthier living through the educational, performance and lifestyle interventions…..

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