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Granger says committed to Western Hemispheric values

http://demerarawaves.com/2020/06/27/granger-says-committed-to-western-hemispheric-values/

President David Granger chatting with OAS Representative in Guyana, Mr. Jean Ricot Dormeus who is an election observer at the vote recount. Mr. Granger was in May, 2020 visiting the recount of votes at the ...

Haitian nationals launch association in Guyana

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2019/10/08/news/guyana/haitian-nationals-launch-association-in-guyana/

On September 29, the Association of Haitian Nationals (AHNIG) launched its operations.
A release from the group yesterday said that AHNIG is a non-profit organization, designed to help Haitian nationals to better contribute to the Guyanese society and to enable interactions with the authorities.

Mental health disorders impacted by alcohol and substance abuse

https://www.kaieteurnewsonline.com/2018/04/10/mental-health-disorders-impacted-by-alcohol-and-substance-abuse-unit-director/

Also speaking at the start of the programme yesterday was OAS Country Representative, Mr. Jean Ricot Dormeus. He noted that the workshop is one aimed at providing a solution to the dependency of many drug addicts in Guyana. He noted too that over the next few days, the Government of Guyana... will train the 35 participants and certify their knowledge competence and skills.

Commonwealth, OAS welcome general elections vote recount

https://demerarawaves.com/2020/03/16/commonwealth-oas-welcome-general-elections-vote-recount/

The Commonwealth and the Organisation of American States (OAS) have welcomed the decision by President David Granger to ask Caricom to help with supervising ...

Drug treatment court opens -to offer rehab opportunity to substance abusers

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2019/10/22/news/guyana/drug-treatment-court-opens/

Meanwhile, OAS Representative to Guyana, Ambassador Jean Ricot Dormeus said yesterday’s opening will go down in Guyana’s history as one of new beginnings.
“We are launching the Drug Treatment Court to bring hope to many victims of drug abuse and numerous families in Guyana...

14 Primary Schools in Region Six technologically enhanced

https://guyanachronicle.com/2020/01/28/14-primary-schools-in-region-six-technologically-enhanced/

The OAS Country Representative in Guyana, Ambassador Jean Ricot Dormeus, in his remarks said that the programme aimed to prepare the next generation for the future...

He said that education was the twin sister of freedom and that technology worked as a great equalizer, allowing many to transform the world from huts to gated communities.

City Mayor leads diplomatic tour of Georgetown

https://dpi.gov.gy/city-mayor-leads-diplomatic-tour-of-georgetown/#gsc.tab=0/

I believe that will prove helpful to the city,” noted Country Representative of the Organisation of American States (OAS) Jean-Ricot Dormeus, who praised the tour as, “a great initiative.” “It sets the tone. So, we will see what we can do together,” the OAS Representative concluded.

OAS talks disaster preparedness management

https://www.kaieteurnewsonline.com/2019/11/05/oas-talks-disaster-preparedness-management/

The Organization of American States (OAS) Country Representative, Jean Ricot Dormeus, yesterday called on Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Karen Cummings.
The two officials discussed disaster preparedness management among other areas. Guyana has been an active participant in the Organization of American States since 1991.

TVET lecturers to get training in heavy-duty equipment maintenance

https://guyanachronicle.com/2019/03/08/tvet-lecturers-to-get-training-in-heavy-duty-equipment-maintenance/

One outcome of the programme is that farmers will have qualified men and women to repair and maintain their heavy-duty equipment.
Representative of the OAS, Jean Ricot Dormeus said: “Every launch of an education programme creates hope, jobs and contributes to the development of the country.” He also noted that the programme will serve to prepare the youth of today for the economy of tomorrow.

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