CIOG Islamic Schools record 100% passes at NGSA Examinations Al Ghazali Islamic Academy and Meten Meer Zorg Islamic Academy have once again recorded passes in the top 200 passes of the country at the recent NGSA exams. Meten Meer Zorg Islamic Academy once again is among the top schools in region 3 and their performance as well as that of Al Ghazali Islamic Academy has improved over the years. Credit must be given to Sir Omadat Persaud, Ms. Roshanie Ramlochan, Sir Johnny and the Principals; Ms. Bibi Young and Sir Hasib Azeez. Among those who have recorded passes in the top 200 at the AIA is an Orphan Farzana Bacchus,who was awarded a scholarship by the CIOG after her father’s death. CIOG is of the view that investment in our children is the BEST investment. CIOG congratulates our students and all the students who were successful at the recent NGSA, their teachers and parents. We thank God Almighty for every success.
In today´s edition of Guyanese newspaper Stabroek News, Amb. Ivan Sierra addresses the election in Mexico and highlights democratic institutions and citizens´ leading role https://www.stabroeknews.com/2018/opinion/letters/06/29/july-1st-will-see-mexicos-largest-ever-elections/
GCCI ANNUAL AWARDS PRESENTATION & GALA DINNER 2017 Brief remarks to be delivered by: Her Excellency Ms. Lilian Chatterjee Her Excellency Ms. Lilian Chatterjee is currently the Canadian High Commissioner to Guyana. Her Excellency was previously the Director General for the Canadian Partnership Branch, Communications Branch and Strategic Policy and Performance Branch where she organised Canada’s 2010 G8 Development Ministers’ Meeting, which led to the Muskoka Initiative on Maternal, Newborn and Child Health. At Global Affairs Canada, she served as Director General for Social Development Partnerships, in the Partnerships for Development Innovation Branch. Most recently, she was the Director General for Strategic Integration, in the Europe, Middle East and Maghreb Branch. She is also the Departmental Champion for psychological health and well-being in the workplace. Ambassador Chatterjee holds a BJ Hons in Journalism from Carleton University, 1980; and an MA from Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University in 1985. She joined the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) in 2003. #GCCI #Gala2017 #AnnualAwardsPresentation #Business #Guyana
Come on people, let s get to voting. Our Miss World - Guyana 2017 Vena Mookram is getting great reviews on the international arena. Click on this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwV5odyEAmM&list=PLU5UzgW959OAswBPRNHBwC3TPfa6OH2sN&index=16&t=40s and hit the LIKE buttle. Be sure to COMMENT and SHARR as well.
In partnership with the Ministry of Health, UNICEF, PAHO and other partners supported the official opening of World Breastfeeding Week 2017 in Suriname. At the opening event today, the Ministry of Health, together with all hospitals and other main health institutions signed the Pledge for the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI). In his speech, Minister of Health, Patrick Pengel highlighted the role of fathers and the social support system for breastfeeding mothers. Paolo Marchi, Deputy Representative of UNICEF Guyana and Suriname, highlighted the importance of healthy stimulation and nutrition in the first 1000 days of a child’s life, as well as how exclusive breastfeeding is linked to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. He also emphasized the importance of having the international code for marketing breastmilk substitutes translated and incorporated into the national law and policies, and that the protocols for Baby Friendly Hospitals should be integrated in the standard guidelines and protocols of all health institutions. The opening event was followed by a Health Fair, where information was shared with the public on the Ten Steps for Baby Friendly Hospitals, along with other awareness material and information on nutrition and healthy living. The entire week will be devoted to promoting exclusive breastfeeding and related practices, especially in health institutions.
These are the young children of East Ruimveldt Community who are eager to learn and to take part in their development of their community , but is been deprive of their community Center. Even thought the government is saying that ,it is just a sham. They are saying that a level playing field but are still want to contest for LGE. Giving a chance to control and take it back in the same breath.
Join the Hon. Norman Whittaker, Minister of Ministry of Local Government & Regional Development and others tonight on our fortnightly radio Programme on Voice of Guyana from 19:00hrs. On this programme you will be updated on the Clean-up Guyana initiative and the national campaign which intends to restore public assets including sluices, main canals, parapets, alleyways, cemeteries, monuments, public spaces and markets. Further, you will also be updates on the Ministry s current engagement with Neighbourhood Democratic Councils (NDCs).