order accutane online uk most popular usa dating sites Georgetown, Guyana- August 25, 2018-The CUFFY250 Committee will be hosting its sixth annual ‘State of the African Guyanese’ Forum, under the theme: “Positioning African Guyanese Villages and Communities for the Green State Economy.” The event will be held at the Critchlow Labour College on Wollford Avenue, on Sunday August 26, 2018. Registration commences at 08:00 hrs for a nominal fee of GYD300.
African Guyanese villages and communities have a right and a responsibility to be integrally involved in the process of their development. Thus, participants will be engaged in a number of workshop sessions aimed at encouraging self-activity and increased productivity in areas that will bring benefit to African Guyanese communities. The topics for each session are as follows: 1- Food Science/Agro-Processing, 2- Information Communication Technology, 3 – Steel Fabrication for the Oil and Gas Industry 4 – Cattle, Small Ruminants and Swine 5 – Seafood and Aquaculture, 6 – Business Organisational Skills, 7 – Village Improvement Planning.
Presenters include, Honourable Catherine Hughes-Minister of Public Telecommunications, Dr Grayson Halley, Dr Patsy Ann Francis, Mr George Union, Mr Selwyn Anthony, Ms Ingrid Sarabo, Dr Patrick Williams and Dr Norman Ng-A-Qui.
His Excellency David A Granger, the President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, will make the keynote address on Sunday, having done so from the Forum’s inception in 2013. The Cuffy250 Committee takes this opportunity to thank the President for his continued commitment to the efforts of this organization and the African Guyanese Community.
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Event: CUFFY250 Committee’s sixth annual ‘State of the African Guyanese’ Forum
Where: Critchlow Labour College, Woolford Avenue, Georgetown
When: August 26, 2018