Canadian High Commissioner to Guyana, Lilian Chatterjee, is pleased with the level of training and quality of the students at the Bina Hill Institute, Annai, Region Nine.
According to a Department of Public Information (DPI) press release, Chatterjee was part of a delegation which recently visited the North Rupununi Skills Training Institute for Indigenous youths, as part of an inspection of Canadian-funded projects and to listen to the needs of the hinterland communities.
“We are to listen to you and to hear what your needs are and to respond to your needs. We have had a long history with you and you have not let us down in the past and we have full confidence that you will not let us down in the future,” Chatterjee was quoted as telling the students. She also encouraged them to take full advantage of the training opportunities offered at the institution, the DPI added…..