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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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U.S. Embassy marks the Launch of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence

The U.S. Government has and continues to support many of these efforts.  In a recently-concluded project, the U.S. Embassy partnered with a local non-governmental organization to work with communities in the East Coast and West Bank Demerara, Anna Regina, and Bartica to increase awareness about gender-based violence and focus on interrupting the cycle of violence.  ...
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Deputy Chief of Mission Participates in World AIDS Day Awareness Walk

Honorable Minister Lawrence, Dr. Moore, Dr. Odiit, cultural program participants, diplomatic colleagues. Good morning, and thank you for inviting me to share a few words, as together we recognize World AIDS Day.  I understand today is the 30th annual World Aids Day.  Thirty years of noteworthy achievements, but much work remains to be done to ...
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