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In Guyana, health, education and socioeconomic indicators for the indigenous population are at theIn Guyana, health, education and socioeconomic indicators for the indigenous population are at thebottommost when compared with other ethnicities. Hence, the 2017 Study on Indigenous Womenand Children in Guyana is key to ensuring a better understanding of the situation of indigenousboys, girls and their families. This study represents a partnership between the Ministry of IndigenousPeoples’ Affairs (MoIPA) and UNICEF. Its main objective is to inform local, national and regionalstrategies, projects and programmes that are aimed at the realisation of children’s and women’s rights,and the empowerment of indigenous…
Description:  Since 2000, IOM has been producing world migration reports. This World Migration Report 2018, the ninth in the world migration report series, has been produced to contribute to increased understanding of migration throughout the world. It presents key data and information on migration as well as thematic chapters on highly topical migration issues, and is structured to focus on two key contributions for readers: Part I: key information on migration and migrants (including migration-related statistics); and Part II: balanced, evidence-based analysis of complex and emerging migration issues. Table of contents:  Editorial, review and production team Acknowledgements Contributors Photographs List of…
A key outcome of Guyana’s Ministry of Business’ Strategic Plan 2016-2020 is to “increase value added production and exports through the development of a National Export Strategy and an Enhanced Quality Infrastructure”. In order to achieve this goal, the government of Guyana has asked the ILO to support an analysis of its vegetable and fruit sectors to identify growth and export potential, seeking to address the underlying constraints that might hinder productivity enhancement and sector growth. This sector selection report recommends two target value chains (mango and hot pepper) based on their potential for inclusive growth. Using a market system…
This Rapid Assessment is part of a South-South Cooperation initiative funded through the Brazil-ILO Cooperation Programme, within the context of the ILO’s Regional Initiative: Latin America and the Caribbean Free of Child Labour (RI). The assessment was undertaken with the active collaboration of the Government of Guyana, and in particular, with the Ministry of Social Protection.