U.S. Donates 146,250 Pfizer Vaccine Doses to Guyana

As President Biden said, “From the beginning of my presidency, we have been clear-eyed that we need to attack this virus globally as well.  This is about our responsibility – our humanitarian obligation to save as many lives as we can – and our responsibility to our values.  We’re going to help lead the world ...
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Ambassador Lynch visits Medical Outreach in Mabaruma, Region 1

During her visit to Mabaruma on August 5, Ambassador Lynch praised the collaborative efforts of the international community, Government of Guyana and the local and U.S. based NGOs during the medical outreach. She stated, “It is always so satisfying to see global, bilateral, national, and local experiences and resources come together for the benefit of ...
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Remarks by Ambassador Lynch at Region 1 Medical Outreach

I have heard uplifting accounts of the successful medical outreaches being conducted this week across Region 1, with both Guyanese and Venezuelans securing the medical care they have needed, including members of the indigenous Warao community.  Dentists from the Cheddi Jagan Dental Center are here from Georgetown and are providing dental services to many who ...
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Deputy Chief of Mission Visits Region Nine for Meetings with Community Leaders, Donates School Supplies to Students of St. Ignatius Secondary School

During a recent visit to Lethem and St. Ignatius, Region Nine, U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission Mark Cullinane met with the Regional Chairman, Guyana Police Force leadership, the Regional Health Officer, the Lethem Town Clerk, the Rupununi Chamber of Commerce, and village leaders.  The Deputy Chief of Mission received a tour of St. Ignatius ...
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Remarks by Ambassador Lynch at Closing Ceremony of Tradewinds Exercise 2021

Importantly, the nations represented here today share a common commitment to the respect for human rights and promoting stable, secure, and prosperous democracies.  And I was so pleased to learn that, for the first time ever, there was a component added to Tradewinds on Women, Peace and Security to further highlight the meaningful role that ...
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Remarks by Ambassador Lynch and USAID Regional Representative at Joint Press Conference

Remarks by Ambassador Sarah-Ann Lynch It is with great pleasure that we welcome Mr. Clinton White to Guyana. As the USAID regional representative for the Eastern and Southern Caribbean, he’s visited Guyana previously, but not since the pandemic, so we are very glad to see him back with us this week. And, there is certainly ...
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U.S. Continues its Support of Guyana’s Fight Against COVID-19

This support is in addition to the 62,400 vaccines that Guyana has received through the COVAX Facility, to which the U.S. is the leading donor at $4 billion USD. The Department of Defense has also donated more than $150,000 USD worth of locally procured, personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies, through its Humanitarian Assistance Program.  
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USAID Announces $3.8 Million in Additional Humanitarian Aid for People Affected By Volcanic Eruption in Saint Vincent

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is providing $3.8 million  in additional humanitarian assistance for people affected by the eruption of La Soufrière volcano on the island of Saint Vincent. This additional support from the United States will provide thousands of people in Saint Vincent with emergency food assistance, access to safe drinking water, ...
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Ambassador Lynch visits Medical Training in Region 1

The U.S. Embassy Humanitarian Assistance Program (HAP) Team conducted a medical training with members of the Guyanese Ministry of Health in Port Kaituma from March 23rd to 24th. The team instructed hospital personnel, teachers, local volunteers, Guyanese police officers, and members of the Guyanese Defence Force about basic trauma care, preventative medicine, women’s health, sex ...
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U.S. Military Representatives Visit Guyana for Trade Winds Planning Conference

Tradewinds 2020 will occur in June and will be held at several Guyana locations. All training locations provide opportunities to conduct joint, combined, and interagency partner nation capacity building focused on increasing regional cooperation in complex multinational security operations, as well as humanitarian assistance and disaster response operations.
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Remarks by Seth Wikas, Guyana Desk Officer: Resiliency and Capacity Initiatives in the Caribbean

Over the past year, the Department of State and U.S. Coast Guard have been working with Guyana’s Department of Energy and its Civil Defence Commission to assist with the development of its National Oil Spill Contingency plan. With Guyana’s oil resources coming online imminently, we commend the Guyanese government in its foresight to develop this ...
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Chargé d’Affaires Delivers Remarks at New Horizons 2019 Closing Ceremony

This tremendous achievement speaks volumes about the United States’ commitment to build and sustain enduring relationships with our Partner Nations.  It is a commitment that will never – I repeat – never wane, because we know that by sharing our values, challenges and responsibilities we forge partnerships that improve regional stability. Guyana’s success is without ...
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Ambassador Lynch Joins New Horizons Team for Soil-Turning Ceremony

As many of you probably already know, the New Horizons exercise is nothing new to Guyana, as this would be the third time this exercise takes place in your country. It speaks volumes about the United States’ commitment to build and sustain enduring relationships with our partner nations. It is a commitment that does not ...
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Guyana to Host New Horizons

New Horizons, the U.S. Southern Command’s annual training exercise, kicks off in Linden next month. The three month event will train U.S. military civil engineers and medical professionals, who will work alongside Guyanese military and health professionals in joint humanitarian assistance exercises.
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