Day: <span>March 6, 2017</span>
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UNICEF Representative pays First Lady courtesy call

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 6, 2017) First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger this morning met with United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund’s (UNICEF) Resident Representative in Guyana, Ms. Sylvie Fouet for a brief courtesy call at her office at State House. First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger, today, met with (UNICEF) Resident Representative in Guyana, Ms. Sylvie …

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‘Abolition of Indian indentured immigration bequeathed a rich legacy of resilience’ -President Granger says at centenary celebrations

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 5, 2017) President David Granger said that the celebration of the centenary of the abolition of Indian indentureship is a timely tribute to the recognition of the struggles of the fore-parents of Guyanese of Indian ancestry and is a fitting foundation for the building of a more cohesive nation. He was …

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‘Guyanese public must be treated with more respect, provided with efficient service’ -Minister Harmon

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 5, 2017) Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon, who has responsibility for the Public Service, today, called on the Permanent Secretaries, Heads and Regional Executive Officers of Ministries, Departments and regions, to ensure that the Guyanese people are treated with more respect and courtesy and are provided with an efficient service …

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Minister Harmon announces reassignment of Permanent Secretaries -says move is to ensure efficiency, accountability in public service sector

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 5, 2017) Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon, today, announced the reassignment of several Permanent Secretaries, a move he said, is aimed at ensuring efficiency and accountability in the public service sector. The reassignments have affected the Ministries of Agriculture, Education, Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Legal Affairs, Public Health and the Department …

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