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World Food Day 2019: Schools Healthy Meals Challenge (Guyana) Oct 21, 2019: Georgetown, Guyana- Healthy Diets for a Zero Hunger world was indeed the obvious mantra when looking at and sampling the delicious meals prepared by secondary students from ten different schools across Guyana. World Food Day 2019 was one of a kind this year. Celebrated on October 16, in fine style, it brought together not only agencies of the Ministry of Agriculture but also students, parents and teachers representing four Regions of Guyana.Oct 21, 2019: Georgetown, Guyana- Healthy Diets for a Zero Hunger world was indeed the obvious mantra…
BY the end of this year, if not all, most of the United Nations agencies stationed in Guyana will be housed in one compound, as part of a reform agenda of the UN Development System to “Deliver as One” and to achieve coherence and efficiency in their business operations.BY the end of this year, if not all, most of the United Nations agencies stationed in Guyana will be housed in one compound, as part of a reform agenda of the UN Development System to “Deliver as One” and to achieve coherence and efficiency in their business operations. This is being…
Enhancing food security in the North Rupununi of Guyana Agriculture done right is the best means to enhancing food security with pivotal inputs such as the incorporation of practices that suit the climatic conditions of specific geographical areas. Residents in the North Rupununi of Guyana are prone to flooding and droughts, which can undermine food security. As a result, reliance on effective, timely and quality climate data becomes critical for agriculture production especially for vulnerable small farmers, livestock holders and agro-processors. Mr. Carlton Jones from Aranaputa Village received agricultural training on the Participatory Integrated Climate Services for Agriculture (PICSA) model-…