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Date: 15 Aug 17 07:37pm
A US$6.93 million United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)-supported project will help increase incomes and market opportunities for 5, 200 poor rural households in Guyana.The new project will help small producers diversify agricultural production and sell their produce at national and international markets. The US$6.93 million Rural Enterprise and Agricultural Development project will be supported by IFAD with a US$2.8 million loan, provided on highly concessional terms and a non-reimbursable grant of the same amount.The government will contribute US$850, 000 and the project participants themselves will provide an additional US$320, 000, IFAD said in a statement on Thursday.The agreement was signed Thursday at IFAD headquarters by the Ambassador of Guyana in Brussels, Patrick Ignatius Gomes, and the President of IFAD, Lennart Båge.As Guyana’s ability to compete in the international markets with its traditional national crops declines, like sugar and rice, the project will help small farmers find alternative sources of income in non-traditional agricultural products such as root crops, vegetables, tropical fruits and spices, and livestock products.Some 5, 200 poor rural households from Regions Two, Three, Four, Five, Six and Ten will benefit from better access to financial and other capital services, as well as from training in the areas of enterprise development, Wholesale NFL Jerseys, marketing, organizational and social development.With this project, IFAD will have financed three rural development and poverty eradication projects in Guyana for a total commitment of US$ 22.2 million.IFAD was created 30 years ago to tackle rural poverty, a key consequence of the droughts and famines of the early 1970s. Today, IFAD supports more than 200 programmes and projects in 81 developing countries and one territory.
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Date: 15 Aug 17 07:37pm
Venezuela authorities have arrested a Guyanese and seized seven kilos of cocaineVenezuelan lawmen with the three prisoners and the seized items.during routine patrols in Piacoa, in the state of Amacuro Delta.According to the www.correodelcaroni.com news website, representatives of Guardia Nacional Bolivariana (GNB) were involved in the operations in which the men were stopped while in a green boat on the Orinoco River.It is believed that the boat was headed to San Felix, another area.The GNB officials were said to be in the area to help reduce the incidence of fuel and drug trafficking.The name of the Guyanese man was given as Shawn Anderson while a companion with him was said to be Amadi Ohuonu Charles, a Nigerian national.The men had US$15, Len Dawson Chiefs Jersey, 000 in their possession which police believed were illegally obtained.The cocaine was hidden in a coffee pot and in chocolates.Charges are expected shortly.
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Date: 15 Aug 17 07:37pm
Forest exports last year earned US$51M, some US$6M ($1.2B) more than 2009. this represented an increase of 13 per cent, the Ministry of Agriculture has announced.In a year in which Government was aggressively pushing for less log exports and more value-added products, forest produce exports were 170, 058 cubic meters over the budgeted amount by 34 per cent.During his year-end review of the agriculture sector last week, Minister Robert Persaud, Anthony Davis USA Jersey, whose portfolios include forestry, said that the sector showed strong performance in 2010.Production volume of logs, lumber, sawn wood and plywood have performed well for the majority of months over the period and has recorded production above the 2009 total of 378, 600m3 with a projected 2010 total of approximately 390, 000m3.This represented a three per cent increase over the prevailing level of 2009.However, there was no plywood production for October to December because of the damage to the boiler at the Barama factory at Land of Canaan.“…But this has not impacted on the overall total in any notable way as the other forest products satisfactorily covered the gap created, ” the Minister said in the report.Plywood prices showed overall stability with a 1% increase in average price level for 2010 over the 2009 period.For Guyana’s forest products export, the sawn wood category reflected the largest increase of 10 per cent over the prevailing average price levels at 2009 in both the dressed and undressed sub categories.Round wood reflected a favourable average price trend with an eight per cent increase recorded over the 2009 level.A small decline in average price levels were recorded for logs and split wood which saw an eight per cent and an 11 per cent decline in average price level, respectively.
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Date: 15 Aug 17 07:23pm
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