In an effort to advance transparency in the Procurement Process, the administration is moving to increase the pool of evaluators, with the hope that those selected are fair and honest. More for Javone Vickerie
he University of Guyana is to discuss the establishment of a Caribbean diaspora engagement centre at its inaugural diaspora engagement conference in July this year. Kristen Macklingam reports of the likelihood of a significant boost to the country’s economy, with the influx of international and regional participants for that one week conference.
President David Granger is once again shooting down accusations of him attempting to militarize Guyana and stated that persons are hired based on competence and experience. More from Royden James.
Sickle Cell disease is the most common of the hereditary blood disorders, which if not managed well can ultimately lead to death, and a random estimate that about three percent of the Guyanese populace is affected with this condition. Kristen Macklingam has more details.
Despite the many challenges encountered, the newly reconstituted Women and Gender Equality Commission remains committed to the vision of ensuring that an environment is created in which the rights of women are respected and accepted. More from Kristen Macklingam.