You Should Go to Guyana!

Go to Guyana
We’re not exaggerating when we say go to Guyana, it’s a beautiful country to visit. Suitable climate, beautiful views of nature and warm hospitality, what more can you ask for? Guyana is a country well endowed with a lot of natural beauty, making it one of the

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On the Hunt, Jobs in Guyana

Jobs in Guyana
Guyana, one of the most beautiful countries on the coast of South America, is the only English-speaking country in South America, with an economy built around agriculture, mining and manufacturing. These sectors are responsible for most of the jobs in Guyana. One major issue Guyana faces is

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A Short History on Peace Corps Guyana

Peace Corps Guyana
Peace Corps Guyana was established in 1966, the same year as Guyanese independence. The program ran until 1971, and between those years, over 160 volunteers served in Guyana. The Guyana Peace Corps program was discontinued from 1971 until 1995. President Cheddi Jagan officially approached Peace Corps about

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The Backstory on RPCV Jason Carter

RPCV Jason Carter

RPCV Jason Carter, or just Jason Carter for non-Peace Corps folks, is an American lawyer and politician from Georgia, well known and respected for his political career and his role in the Peace Corps. Carter is one of the most respected people ever served in the

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Nancy’s School Daze launches in Guyana

Nancy’s School Daze recently launched in Guyana, the very first animated TV series for the country. The first episode of the production was also shown on Saturday night via E-Networks’ E1 cable channel. Nancy’s School Daze is a production of a local animation company, Tinninben, and has been in

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The Guyana Cancer Foundation Launches

Guyana Cancer Foundation
After years of conducting cancer awareness through Avon Community Help Fund (ACHF), the Guyana Cancer Foundation (GCF) finally registered on June 1, 2016, and officially launched on Thursday 29th September 2016 at the Marriott Hotel.

The president and person behind the creation of Guyana Cancer Foundation,

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Climate Change in the Caribbean – Guyana Becoming a Green State

Guyana is well known as a small Caribbean country on the northern coast of South America, but that is about to change. Guyanese President David Granger expressed his agenda to place Guyana on the path to creating and becoming a ‘green’ state at the 71st Regular Session of

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Peace Corps Guyana & SASOD Launch LGBT Sexual Health Training

The Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD) with support from Peace Corps Guyana hosted a “Lunch & Launch” Event on June 18 to open their Region Three Sexual Health Training Programme, at the Aracari Resort in Versailles, West Bank Demerara.
The event was chaired by SASOD’s Advocacy and Communications Officer,

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Peace Corps & Guyana Work For Sustainable Natural Resource Management

The Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment, along with the Ministry of Indigenous People’s Affairs today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Peace Corps to build the capacity of Guyanese to become better stewards of the environment and support effective management and use of the country’s Natural Resources.

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