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Ambassador Sarah-Ann Lynch presents credentials to President David Granger

His Excellency, Brigadier David Arthur Granger, President of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana Ambassador Audrey Jardine-Waddell Distinguished Guests Ladies and Gentlemen. Your Excellency, I am honored to represent the United States of America as Ambassador to the Co-operative Republic of Guyana. The United States and Guyana have a long-standing partnership that has remained strong in ...
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Chargé d’Affaires Addresses Workshop on Alternatives to Incarceration

I am heartened to acknowledge Guyana’s increasing efforts at tackling issues around drug abuse, incarceration, and related changes to the justice sector.  I am pleased to reiterate that the United States Government also remains committed to these efforts through programming support from the U.S. State Department’s International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Bureau (INL).
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Acting Deputy Chief of Mission Salutes Graduates of USAID Social Crime Prevention Training

It is a great honor and privilege to represent the United States Government at today’s graduation ceremony, and to salute you outstanding members of the Guyana Police Force for successfully completing training in Social Crime Prevention. You should be proud of your accomplishments, and even more so of the impact that this training will have ...
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Chargé d’Affaires addresses Essequibo Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner

There will be an unimaginable amount of revenue (profits and royalties) coming into the country.  But, to be honest, we know from observing other economies that revenues can be fleeting, whether coming in or going out.  How can the Government of Guyana ensure that every cent of the monies will be used to the direct ...
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Op-Ed: World AIDS Day

Thanks to the generosity of the American people, 13 countries with significant HIV burdens are now poised to achieve epidemic control by 2020.  Millions of babies have been given a chance at healthy lives.  Whole societies have been empowered to flourish, and AIDS-related deaths have declined by nearly 50 percent globally since their peak in ...
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