Author Archive: Eric

 
 
Let’s Play Sports! Project

Let’s Play Sports! Project

The second of Rachelle Hall’s projects conducted in White Water, Region 1. REQUEST OVERVIEW The youth sports group of White Water consists of separate boys and girls teams. The sports played include cricket and football, but additional activities are often integrated, although they are not played competitively with other villages. The youth’s ages range from […]

 
White Creek Sewing Club

White Creek Sewing Club

Rachelle Hall serving in White Water, Region 1, has completed TWO projects with ONE FROG Grant! Way to go Rachelle! Here is what she had to say about here first project. REQUEST OVERVIEW In White Water, an Amerindian village near to the Venezuelan border, there is only one women’s group that is presently hanging on […]

 
Guyana A.R.T.S. Summer Program

Guyana A.R.T.S. Summer Program

Mica Gaard, a Peace Corps Volunteer serving in Guyana, was a recipient of a FROG Grant earlier in 2010. Serving in the Corentyne, Berbice district of Guyana, Mica pioneered the Guyana A.R.T.S. program designed to build and strengthen the community of youth and teens in the area. The project has been very successful thus far, […]

 
The LGGCC Library Project

The LGGCC Library Project

The La Grange Group of Concerned Citizens The La Grange Group of Concerned Citizens (LGGCC) is a non-governmental organization that was established in 2002 by a group of civic-minded individuals who reside in the villages of La Grange, Bagotville, and Nismes, Guyana.  The mission of the organization is to improve the standard of living for […]

 
Unititled Guyanese Film Takes Shape

Unititled Guyanese Film Takes Shape

UPDATE: The Untitled film now has a name!  The yet-to-be released work is titled, “The Seawall.” In 2009, the Friends and RPCVs of Guyana had the pleasure of working with Mason Richards of Maurva Productions to assist in fundraising for the production of Malachi’s Wish (tentative title).   The film is currently in post processing, and […]

 

Guyana Featured in New York Times

Into the Wild in Lush Guyana By TARA MULHOLLAND Published: February 7, 2010 Guyana’s stunning scenery and abundant wildlife make it a haven for adventurers and eco-tourists.

 
Guyana shout-out on “A Day in the Internet” poster.

Guyana shout-out on “A Day in the Internet” poster.

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