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Daily Archives: May 7, 2016

Investments in training, neonatal intensive care units paying off

Guyana’s efforts to reduce infant mortality are being improved through government and non-governmental organisations as part of efforts to reduce maternal mortality. Public Health Minister, Dr. George Norton credited the Guyana Help the Kids Organisation with contributing to the decline in the death of newborn babies at the Guyana Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC). He noted that in December, 2015 that hospital ...

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Ramjattan says no need to resign due to violent crimes

Amid calls for President David Granger to remove Public Security Minister, Khemraj Ramjattan and Police Commissioner, Seelall Persaud due to numerous incidents of violent crime, the minister said he would not be moved. “That’s the right of a citizen under this democracy…Ramjattan is not doing a good job, they could call for his resignation but I have the confidence of ...

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Guyana to power govt buildings with renewable energy

Guyana’s President David Granger on Saturday announced a target of ensuring that every government building is powered by renewable energy over the next four years as part of the country’s drive to eventually eliminate its addiction to fossil fuels. “I do believe the private sector will come along with us but my short-term objective is to make the government green and ...

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Digicel to invest up to US$40M more as 4G service rolls out

With the allocation of additional spectrum by the Ministry of Public Telecommunications, Guyana’s telephone service providers have finally launched their 4G networks across Guyana. Improved telecommunication services are a long awaited advent for Guyana given the increasing demands of today’s technological environment. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Digicel Guyana Kevin Kelly officially launched the service in Bartica on Saturday ...

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