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Le FMI désigne le pays qui aura la plus forte croissance économique en 2020

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Le Guyana, l’un des plus petits pays d’Amérique du Sud, est sur le point de connaître la croissance économique la plus rapide de la planète, indique le FMI.
          

FITUG slams decision to exclude persons from voters’ list

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…says pronouncement is not healthy for democracy …as GECOM to presses ahead to disenfranchise voters Despite unequivocal objections from the Opposition, business community and civil society, the Guyana Election Commission (GECOM) will press ahead with its new policy of giving persons 21 days to pick up their national identification (ID) cards or be expelled from […]
          

Road safety advocates call for point system in Guyana

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In observance of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims and Road Safety Month, several organisations, which have partnered to promote road safety are calling on the Guyana Police Force to implement the penalty point system, one which is used globally for drivers. The penalty point or demerit point system is one in which […]
          

Investigating…

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…Charrandas There’s the old saying “give a dog a bad name and then hang him”. It acknowledges that when you stain someone’s character, it then becomes easier to take him down for the bigger fall. We were just informed by the Top Cop that the Government of Guyana’s hiring an “international investigator” to in dig […]
          

Granger barefaced: hiding from people while claiming they are happy

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Mr David Granger stated on the radio that he could see in people’s face how happy they are, how pleased they are to see him, how much they appreciate the work he has done to transform Guyana. Mr Granger is both delusional and barefaced. If Granger truly believes people are so happy for the development […]
          

Cause for worry

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To say there are reasons to be concerned about here in Guyana would be a gross understatement. Topping the list are the crime rate and the uncertain political situation that prevails. With respect to the former, the media, on a daily basis, is inundated with horrific stories of people being brutally beaten and robbed, with […]
          

Multipronged approach needed to combat crime

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Dear Editor, Crime and the police have come into vogue. Recently, I perused several editorials, letters to the editors and listened to numerous confabulations in the electronic media and elsewhere about crime in Guyana. Many apposite views have been posited as to how to reduce crime and the fear of crime. This has titillated me […]
          

Another large-scale transfer of State assets to persons with APNU/AFC connections

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Dear Editor, Issuance of leases or sales of large tracts of land attracts plenty of attention in Guyana. Government is in “caretaker’ status and is extremely limited in legal function, which has been further exacerbated since September 19. To read that a lease of 700 acres of land located at Wales has been granted for […]
          

Guyana temporarily bans import of romaine lettuce

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This Monday, Guyana officials announced a temporary restriction on the importation of romaine lettuce. It said the move comes on the heels of an outbreak of the E. coli bacteria in the lettuce in the United States. Most strains of E. coli are not harmful. However, some types can cause illness including…
          

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CWI announces West Indies Women's squad for T20I series against India Women

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua- Cricket West Indies (CWI) named a fourteen (14) member squad to take on India Women in a five-match T20 International Series to be played on November 9 and 10 at the Daren Sammy National Stadium in St. Lucia and on November 14,17 and 20 at the National Stadium in Guyana.

The team will be led by Stafanie Taylor and sees the return of Shakera Selman. Shakera missed the Colonial Medical Insurance ODI series as an injury precaution to ensure her full fitness and availability for the T20I series.

This is the final home international T20I Series for the West Indies Women before the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia starting in February 2020. These matches are the primary focus of India’s Tour of the West Indies as a vital part of the team’s preparations for the ICC T20 World Cup.

          

CWI and WIPA partner for player development seminar

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua - Cricket West Indies (CWI) and the West Indies Players Association (WIPA) have once again partnered to educate and assist regional cricketers, this time via a personal and professional development seminar.

This event will be held simultaneously in St. Kitts and Trinidad on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, where the Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup is being played. The seminar will take the format of two (2) segments during which various topics will be discussed with the cricketers. The six (6) Territorial Board Franchises who fall under the CWI umbrella will benefit from this event; Barbados, Jamaica, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, the Leeward Islands and the Windward Islands along with the two additional squads from the, Combined Campuses and Colleges and the West Indies Emerging Team, will all be involved.

Segment one focuses on:

  • Importance of Fitness & Conditioning
  • Nutrition
  • Concussion Management

Segment two focuses on:

  • The MOU between CWI and WIPA
  • Financial Management
  • WIPA’s Player Welfare and Education Online Platform

CWI and WIPA chose the CMI Super50 Cup as the perfect platform to access all the professional players to educate them on pertinent areas in sport that would assist them in making better choices in their personal and professional lives.

CWI Chief Executive Officer Johnny Grave commented on the seminar, saying, “This is a fantastic new initiative that will directly engage all of our professional players in subjects that will impact their playing careers.  It will be a great opportunity for players to answer questions and hopefully everyone will end the day with a better understanding of how our professional cricket system operates. We are looking forward to hearing the players’ feedback and we very much hope that it becomes an annual CWI and WIPA event.”

Likewise his counterpart at WIPA, Wavell Hinds expressed his thoughts on the event, “As we continue to provide elite services to our members and the general player group, we are really pleased to be partnering with CWI in executing this player development seminar. We believe it will be of tremendous benefit to our players and both organizations and we look forward to continuing to equip our players to be their best selves on and off the field.”

 


          

CWI appoints new interim team management for West Indies Women's team

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua - Cricket West Indies (CWI) announces the appointment of a new interim Team Management unit for the West Indies Women’s Team for the upcoming series against India Women. The new management team will be led by interim Head Coach, Gus Logie and interim Team Manager, Evril Betty Lewis.

West Indies legend, Courtney Walsh, joins the team as an Assistant Coach. Walsh, West Indies all-time leading Test wicket taker brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the coaching staff. He was most recently the bowling coach for the Bangladesh Men’s cricket team and has also served as a West Indies selector.

Also joining the management team is former Guyanese fast bowler Rayon Griffith, who most recently acted as an assistant coach of the West Indies Senior Men’s team at the ICC World Cup 2019 and the for international home series against India. Griffith was also assistant coach of the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

Interim Head Coach, Gus Logie is embracing the opportunity in his new position and is delighted to have his former teammate Walsh on his coaching staff along with Griffith, saying “ We’ve had some of the best minds and coaches in the region working with the players. Courtney and Rayon have been working really hard with the ladies at training and we are hoping to see the results on the field.”

          

Atelier/colloque EUCC France en Guyane en mars 2019

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En PJ le compte rendu de l'atelier "Le littoral guyanais sous influence amazonienne :état des connaissances et stratégiede gestion" du 11 au 16 mars 2019
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Theo Quỹ Tiền tệ Quốc tế (IMF), Guyana - một quốc gia có khoảng 780.000 người có chung biên giới với Brazil, Suriname và Venezuela ở phía đông bắc Nam Mỹ - có thể sẽ chứng kiến nền kinh tế tăng trưởng tới 86% vào năm 2020; tăng vọt so với tốc độ 4,4% trong năm 2019.
          

Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Guyana

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Happy Thursday from the South American CARICOM nation of Guyana and Lake Mainstay in the Pomeroon-Supenaam Region, where the white sand is lapped by black water. You have to see it to believe it. ‘Destination Guyana’ won its 6th award for 2019 and was awarded Silver Place in ‘Best of Adventure’ from the International Travel […]

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The IMF Is Warning Guyana To Put These Systems In Place

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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Nov. 6, 2019: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) believes the South American CARICOM nation of Guyana will see economic growth of 86 percent next year but the body is warning the country to be wary of the ‘Dutch Disease’ while putting at least five systems in place. “Dutch disease” […]

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Guyana Goldfields plummets after major quarterly miss

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Shares of gold producer Guyana Goldfields (TSX: GUY) dropped as much as 38% on a weaker-than-expected performance during the third quarter from its wholly owned...
          

Comment by "Achmed E. Newman" on October Diary: China Rising, America (And Christianity) Declining; FORBES's Misleading Advice to Girl Backpackers; Etc., by John Derbyshire

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So Jim Jones and David Koresh were victims of US govt bloody persecution. Right on.
No, absolutely not for the former case, proving my point a whole lot more than yours. I was going to mention the "Peoples' Temple" cult, in fact, but my last comment got too long, what with the Rush music and all... Peak Stupidity has a 4-part retrospective on the Jonestown Suicide/Massacre (it was both) from 40 years later - please read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4 on "Drinking the Commie Kool-Aid - 40 years back". The government involvement in this amounted to an investigation by one Congressman, Mr. Leo Ryan, who was shot and killed down in Guyana*. That shows you how much the US Government has metastasized since the late 1970's, as, no, it was really not any government's business - the old black ladies willingly gave their Social Security checks to supplement the failing Communist economy of Jonestown, Guyana. As for David Koresh, yes, you are quite right, he and 70-odd men, women and children were murdered by agents of the US government. He could have been simply arrested any time in broad daylight in downtown Waco, Texas, but the government wanted to prove a point. This was 15 years after Jonestown and the US Feral Gov't had indeed metastasized. The best account is probably the video Waco: The Rules of Engagement. Peak Stupidity added just a personal anecdote regarding the media's take in "More about Waco, TX". You bring up a good point regarding the Branch Dravidians, but this was not about religion really, it was about the US government allowing no quarter to groups that want to be left completely alone. I am happy that Koresh and his gang at least took a number of government agents with them. The US Gov't cannot do another blatant Waco. They know that many other Americans WILL react next time. That's why the agenda is being pushed more subtly in media, government, and education, as the Long March of the Commies through the institutions was very successful. The big push is still to find excuses to take Americans' guns. That's not panning out too well... story unfolding ... . * See "They (still) shoot congressmen, don't they?"
          

Author Daizal R. Samad’s new book “The Mirror Tells its Tale” is the...

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World: Global Humanitarian Overview 2019 [EN/AR/ES/FR/ZH]

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Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Country: Afghanistan, Argentina, Aruba (The Netherlands), Bangladesh, Brazil, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Curaçao (The Netherlands), Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Guyana, Haiti, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Madagascar, Mali, Mexico, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, occupied Palestinian territory, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, United Republic of Tanzania, Uruguay, Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of), World, Yemen

Global trends and challenges

More than 1 per cent of people across the planet right now are caught up in major humanitarian crises. The international humanitarian system is more effective than ever at meeting their needs – but global trends including poverty, population growth and climate change are leaving more people than ever vulnerable to the devastating impacts of conflicts and disasters.

Humanitarian needs are increasing despite global economic and development gains. In the past decade, the world has made profound development progress. Between 2008 and 2015, the number of people living in extreme poverty fell from 1.2 billion to 736 million. The world is also richer than ever before: global GDP rose from $63.4 trillion in 2008 to $80.7 trillion in 2017.
But in recent years, more than 120 million people each year have needed urgent humanitarian assistance and protection. There are more crises, affecting more people, and lasting longer today than a decade ago. Most humanitarian crises are not the product of any single factor or event, but of the interaction between natural hazards, armed conflict and human vulnerability.

People’s vulnerability to crises is not just about where they live, but also about how they live.
Poverty, inequality, population growth, urbanization and climate change can erode people’s resilience and make them more susceptible to shocks. Although development gains are being made, progress has been uneven. The rate of extreme poverty remains high in low-income countries and in countries affected by conflict. Crises have disproportionate consequences for the poor: people exposed to natural hazards in the poorest nations are at least seven times more likely to die from them than those in the richest nations.

Fragile and conflict-affected areas are growing faster and urbanizing more rapidly than the rest of the world

In the past five years, the world’s population has grown by 400 million people, from 7.2 billion in 2014 to 7.6 billion in 2017. Although global population growth has slowed compared with previous decades, the rate has been uneven. Today, an estimated 2 billion people live in fragile and conflict affected areas of the word, where they are extremely vulnerable to the impact of conflicts and disasters. This number is projected to increase, as the population in these areas is growing twice as fast as the rest of the world, with an annual growth rate of 2.4 per cent, compared with 1.2 per cent globally. And the urban population in fragile areas grows by 3.4 per cent each year, compared with the world average of 2 per cent. These trends can compound resource scarcity and increase vulnerability to disasters. Urban population density can also amplify the impact of disasters and conflicts. In 2017, when explosive weapons were used in populated areas, 92 per cent of casualties were civilians, compared with 20 per cent in other areas. The populations of countries affected by fragility, conflict and violence are also younger than the global average. Whereas the proportion of the world’s population under 14 years of age has been steadily declining to about 25 per cent today, the average for countries in fragile situations is 40 per cent. As a result, one in every four children in the world is living in a country affected by conflict or disaster, facing threats of violence, hunger and disease. In 2017, more than 75 million children experienced disruptions to their education because of humanitarian crises, threatening not only their present well-being, but their future prospects as well.

More people are being displaced by conflicts

By the end of 2017, war, violence and persecution had uprooted 68.5 million men, women and children around the world – the highest number on record, and nearly 10 million more people than in 2014. Just over 40 million people were internally displaced by violence within their own countries, and 25.4 million refugees and 3.1 million asylum seekers were forced to flee their countries to escape conflict and persecution. The levels of new displacements far outstrip returns or other solutions. In 2017, 5 million people returned to their areas or countries of origin, but 16.2 million people were newly displaced – an average of one person displaced every two seconds, and the highest level of new displacement on record.

The rise in forced displacement is not the result of an increase in conflicts. In fact, after peaking in 2014, the number of political conflicts worldwide decreased by about 10 per cent, from 424 in 2014 to 385 in 2017, although there are still more conflicts compared with a decade ago (328 in 2007). However, during the same period, the proportion of violent and highly violent conflicts, which are more likely to cause human suffering, destruction and displacement, increased from 53 per cent to 58 per cent of all conflicts worldwide.5 The total economic impact of conflict and violence has also increased, from $14.3 trillion in 2014 to $14.8 trillion in 2017.6 The major share of both the human and economic cost of conflicts is borne by developing countries, which host 85 per cent of refugees.


          

Rep. Jackie Speier talks about surviving Jonestown – January 4, 2019

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It’s time to stop calling what happened at the Jonestown massacre mass suicide and start calling it murder – that’s according to U.S. representative Jackie Speier. We’re continuing our conversation with Speier about her recently published autobiography “Undaunted.” Speier traveled to Guyana forty years ago to help rescue defectors from Jim Jone’s cult during the […]
      

          

Rep. Jackie Speier Willing to Trade Some Wall Funding for DACA Guarantees – January 3, 2019

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Representative Jackie Speier has written an autobiography. She calls it “Undaunted.” It’s packed with personal revelations. For Speier, the personal has always been political, starting before she nearly lost her life on Leo Ryan’s ill-fated mission to Jonestown, Guyana 40 years ago. She spoke with KRCB News Director Steve Mencher and their discussion ranged from […]
      

          

The Amazon biome: From ‘backyard’ to ‘main square’

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Pope Francis plants a tree in the Vatican Gardens in a Service to dedicate the Synod of Bishops for the Pan-Amazon Region to St Francis of Assisi (Photo: Julian Filochowski)
‘Think the Amazon has nothing to do with you? 1 in 5 glasses of water you drink comes from the Amazon!’ Mauricio López explains why the Amazon Synod is an important moment in the life of the Church.

          

Amazonia as a mirror of humanity

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St Ignatius, Lethem (Photo: James Conway SJ)
Joel Thompson SJ outlines the context in which the Synod of Bishops for the Pan-Amazon region will take place and reflects on Pope Francis’ objectives for the meeting.

          

Strong like turtle: Bilingual education in Guyana

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Theodora Hawksley describes the development of a bilingual education programme for Wapichan children and explains the significance of indigenous Amerindian children being taught in their own language.

          

A Different Kind of Democracy

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Sarah Broscombe describes the importance of involving Guyana’s indigenous population in the country’s political life.

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The challenge of the Incarnation

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During Advent, we begin to contemplate how we respond in our daily lives to God’s gift of himself to the world. How, why and what do we give?


          

The Stones Will Cry Out

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During his time as Regional Superior of the Jesuits in Guyana, Dermot Preston SJ, now Provincial of the Jesuits in Britain, wrote for Thinking Faith about the effects of violent crime in the country.

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BARBADOS | Barbadians Urged To Invest In Guyana & Suriname

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BARBADOS | Barbadians Urged To Invest In Guyana & Suriname
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, November 2, 2019 - By responding to the call to deepen trade between our nations, we are fulfilling the objectives of CARICOM and the CARICOM Single Market and Economy.
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    SCHIEDAM (AFN) - Maritiem oliedienstverlener SBM Offshore heeft contracten binnengehaald voor het derde productie- en opslagschip (FPSO) van ExxonMobil in Guyana. Hierover zijn geen financiële details naar buiten gebracht.
              

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    Pulitzer Center Global Health Reporting Fellowship Info Session

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    Pulitzer Center Global Health Reporting Fellowship Info Session

    Since 2011, twenty-eight Boston University students have participated in fully funded international reporting trips as part of the Program on Global Health Storytelling. PGHS is a collaboration among COM, SPH, the Center for Global Health and Development, the Pulitzer Center and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. COM and SPH students have traveled to Kenya, Cuba, Mali, Zanzibar, Malawi, Myanmar, Haiti, Turkey, Ethiopia, Venezuela, El Salvador, Nepal, Bangladesh, India, Guyana, Uganda, Puerto Rico and the UK, reporting a wide range of public health and development issues including child brides, human trafficking, cholera, female genital cutting, migration, refugees, cash transfers, climate change, and the aftermath of earthquakes in Haiti. If you would like to be the next Pulitzer Fellow, come and learn more about this opportunity and what you need to do to qualify and apply. Pulitzer–funded reporter Maria Zamudio from WBEZ public radio in Chicago will speak about the Pulitzer Center and covering the Immigration beat.

    12:30pm on Friday, November 15th 2019

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    Minister’s Remarks at The National Inception Workshop for the Development of the National Action Plan (NAP) for the Artisanal Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM) Sector in the Co-operative Republic of Guyana

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    The National Inception Workshop for the Development of the National Action Plan (NAP) for the Artisanal Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM) Sector in the Co-operative Republic of Guyana   Date: Tuesday, November 5, 2019 Time: 09:00 hours Venue: Herdmanston Lodge, 65 Peter Rose Street, Queenstown   Dr. Shamdeo Persaud, Chief Medical Officer, Ministry of Public Health, [...]


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