Monthly Archives: April 2015

Several observer missions confirmed for May 11 elections – HPS

Georgetown, GINA, April 15, 2015   At least seven Observer Missions have confirmed their presence for the May 11 General and Regional Elections, according to Head of the Presidential Secretariat, and Cabinet Secretary Dr. Roger Luncheon. Addressing the media at

Dr Luncheon underscores need for holistic approach to disaster mitigation – at CDC essay, poster competition award ceremony

Georgetown, GINA. April 29, 2015   The Civil Defence Commission (CDC) today awarded winners of the National Essay and Poster competition, which was launched in February 2014. Keynote speaker Dr. Roger Luncheon capitalised on the occasion and delivered a timely

President lays out PPP/C’s plans to Berbicians

Georgetown, GINA, April 29, 2015   With general and regional elections a mere 11 days away, the incumbent President and PPP/C Presidential Candidate Donald Ramotar continues to meet with citizens as he outlines his party’s plan if his party is

GTA emphasises importance of health and safety practices in tourism industry- hosts workshop

Georgetown, GINA, April 29, 2015   The Ministry of Tourism Industry and Commence, through the Guyana Tourism Authority (GTA), has collaborated with its partners to host a series of workshops on Health and Safety practices in the Tourism Industry.             This

100 Year Journey project tells the story of South Asian pioneers

Expanded project will educate on South Asian contributions to Canadian society April 30, 2015—Gatineau, QC— A new project funded by the government will help bring the story of how Canadians of South Asian heritage helped build this country into classrooms

Regional cooperation, working with demand countries key to ending wildlife crime, say African nations

30 Apr 2015 Better coordinated intelligence and law enforcement, involving communities in Africa and working with transit and destination markets outside of the continent must be at the heart of all efforts to tackle the alarming illegal trade in wild

UN AND AFRICA: Somalia coming together as "united, federal country" despite challenges

30 Apr 2015 Listen / Nicholas Kay. UN Photo/Loey Felipe (file) Somalia is coming together as a strong, united and federal nation despite challenges posed by the security situation, according to the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General in the

Plight of millions in DPR Korea needs focus of global community

30 Apr 2015 Listen / Ivan Šimonović. UN Photo/Devra Berkowitz (file) The plight of millions of people in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, who are subjected to mass human rights violations, needs the continued focus of the international community.

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