Day: <span>March 30, 2017</span>
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First Lady grateful for care provided by Starkey Hearing Foundation

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 30, 2017) First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger, this afternoon, attended the first phase of the Starkey Hearing Foundation’s Hearing Mission, which was held in the main auditorium of the National Exhibition Centre, Sophia. The First Lady expressed appreciation for the services provided by the Foundation, which are free of cost and …

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Queen’s College students thank President for support for Panama trip

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 30, 2017) President David Granger, today, met with a group of students and teachers from Queen’s College, who have just returned from a trip to Panama, which was part sponsored by the Head of State. The meeting was a very interactive one in which the President shared some of his memories …

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Your performance will determine outcome of your re-election President Granger tells Mayors, Deputy Mayors

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 30, 2017) President David Granger told the Mayors and Deputy Mayors of the nine municipalities that local government organs, which are established by the Constitution of Guyana, must demonstrate to the people whom they have sworn to serve, the values of representativeness, inclusiveness and effectiveness. He also reminded them to exercise …

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President swears-in seventh member of Lands COI

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 30, 2017) President David Granger today swore-in Ms. Paulette Henry to the Lands Commission of Inquiry at State House. Ms. Henry was unable to attend the initial ceremony on March 10 when the Chairman and other members of the Commission took their oath. The Commission was established to examine and make …

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Women urged to ‘unlock their potential for greatness’ -First Lady at Women’s conference

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 30 2017) First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger said that women have the power to ‘unlock their potential for greatness’ if they believe in themselves and invest in their personal development. Mrs. Granger made these comments while delivering the feature address at the opening ceremony of the fourth annual Women’s Conference, hosted …

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Message of Condolence from His Excellency, Brigadier David Granger, President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana on the passing of Ms. Carmen Jarvis

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 30, 2017) ) His Excellency, Brigadier David Granger, MSS, President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of former Secretary-General of the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and veteran educator, Ms. Carmen Jarvis, C.C.H, A.A. The Head of State recognises Ms. …

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”Young people are a human resource to be developed” -Youth Empowerment Advisor tells Financial Literacy graduating class

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 29, 2017) Presidential Advisor on Youth Empowerment, Mr. Aubrey Norton, today, congratulated the 23 graduates of the Financial Literacy and Small Business Training Programme and told the group that investment in youth is among the top priorities of Government. “[Government] sees young people as a human resource to be developed. Too …

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Canadian company looking to build subsidised homes in Guyana -Meet with President to discuss project

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Georgetown, Guyana – (March 29, 2017) President David Granger, today, met with executive members of Canadian housing development company, Ideal Developments at State House and discussed the company’s intention to provide subsidised housing for persons in Guyana under its Ideal Hope initiative. Ideal Developments constructs a variety of luxury homes in various parts of Canada. …

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