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  • Region Six budget approved

    Several regions’ budgets were today approved by the Committee of Supply of the National Assembly. With the approved sum of $6.1B, Region Six, East Berbice Corentyne, will benefit from improved infrastructure in the areas of roads, bridges, agriculture, health care delivery and educational facilities. The allocated sum will be spent on: Regional Administration and Finance –

  • Region Eight gets education budget

    Region Eight gets education budget

    The National Assembly this evening approved the sum of $1.637B for Region 8, Potaro/ Siparuni. The region covers 20,051 square kilometres, with Mahdia as its administrative center. The allocation will be utilised for the following; Regional Administration and Finance-$142.788M Infrastructure Works- $219.955M Education -$845.759M Health Services – $402.796M Regional Agriculture -$25.001M Among the projects planned

  • All have a responsibility to maintain schools – Local Gov’t Minister

    All have a responsibility to maintain schools – Local Gov’t Minister

    Georgetown, GINA, September 5, 2013 Minister of Local Government and Regional Development Ganga Persaud has commended all regional administrations and the Departments of Education, in each region along with the head teachers, teachers, parents and students for their roles in ensuring that the various schools were prepared and ready on September 2 to receive students

  • Major projects for Region One fall under Education and Health

    Georgetown, GINA, April 11, 2013 The 2013 budgetary allocations for Region One, Barima-Waini will target mainly projects in the education and health sectors and will at the same time continue the hinterland electrification process in the region. The north-west region is predominantly forested highland with more than 24,000 residents, in 47 villages who undertake logging