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Date: 30 Mar 17 08:58am
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Date: 30 Mar 17 08:58am
– Human Services Minister Millions were expended last year by the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security as part of its efforts to provide assistance to a number of vulnerable individuals.Speaking at a press conference on Monday, Minister Jennifer Webster said that during the course of the past year, more than $2 million was spent to bring relief to several persons who lost their homes to fire.The Ministry was also able to render support to several underprivileged families who suffered losses as a result of heavy winds during the latter part of last year. This support she valued at some $326, 000.The Ministry, last year, too, doled out in excess of $4 million towards helping persons to meet funeral expenses. According to the Minister “we give a funeral grant to persons who are unable to meet the full cost of funeral expenses of their relatives.”Some persons with visual challenges were also recipients of financial aid from the Human Services Ministry last year, as according to Minister Webster, both old-aged pensioners and school children were together afforded more than $2.5 million for eye care. Those in need of prosthetic limbs were no exception, since over $1 million was expended in this regard. Added to this, a sum of $562, 000 was availed to assist persons who are deaf and those who have difficulty hearing with hearing aids.Financial aid was directed towards other forms of medical assistance such as CT Scans to the tune of $830, 000, Minister Webster disclosed. She also revealed that support was rendered to aid the economic upliftment of some vulnerable individuals. In this regard, a number of small business grants were given in areas such as poultry rearing – $719, 000; sewing – $115, 000; leather craft and small business in garments – $150, 000 and beverages – $90, 000. Funds were also made available for cosmetology.Although funding was made available to bolster their economic standing, Minister Webster said that the Ministry also provided food assistance to some, an undertaking which amounted to some $2 million.The Ministry also provided housing support to three differently-able persons, who were able to join with Habitat for Humanity to construct homes. A sum of just over $2 million was expended in this regard.Also last year, the Human Services Ministry dedicated a total of $1.9 million towards transportation for the differently-able, while donations to the elderly and Non-Governmental Organisations translated to approximately $3 million.Another $1 million was directed towards victims of Trafficking In Persons (TIP), Jerseys NFL Wholesale China Online, Minister Webster said. The local TIP situation has been one of the major areas that the Ministry has been giving attention during the course of the past year.According to the Minister during 2012, the Ministry worked with all victims providing them with counselling and other support. Two of the victims were offered additional assistance to enrol in training institutions so as to ensure that they did not return to activities that constitute TIP, Minister Webster said.“We continue to work throughout our communities. We have been doing a number of training programmes too.”TIP, she emphasised, is regarded a horrible crime and “I think it is about the world’s second largest (worse) crime after drug trafficking.”Against this background, she said that the Ministry has in place a Counter TIP Unit, complete with a hotline, to allow for callers to report suspected cases. This operation is backed by a Task Force which works in collaboration with the Ministries of Amerindian Affairs, Natural Resources and Home Affairs. The Minister revealed that the Task Force will soon issue a detailed report on the state of TIP in Guyana.
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Date: 30 Mar 17 08:58am
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Police have detained the son of the woman who allegedly abducted Mon Repos resident, Khamattie Mangal, two Fridays ago. But they have been unable to locate the alleged mastermind.A police official told Kaieteur News that investigators have made several checks at the woman’s home and found the building “locked up tight.”“We have not been able to arrest the woman, Jerseys NFL Wholesale China Online, but her son has been arrested, ” the official said.Khamattie MangalMeanwhile, Kaieteur News understands that ranks from the force’s forensic division are examining a length of duct tape for fingerprints to ascertain whether they match those of the alleged perpetrators.Mangal had handed the duct tape over to the police at Sparendaam on Thursday after giving investigators a statement. She also underwent a medical examination for facial injuries she allegedly sustained at the hands of the woman at the centre of the abduction.Police say that their investigation was hampered by the fact that Mangal had failed to return to the Sparendaam Police Station the day after the incident as she had been instructed to.The alleged victim and relatives contacted officials at the US Embassy on Monday after saying they had little confidence that local law enforcement officials could protect her. She also spoke to officials at the Ministry of Human Services.A member of the abductor’s family is serving a lengthy sentence in the US.Mangal, of Block Eight, Mon Repos, has claimed that she was gagged, duct-taped and locked in a storage bond by the alleged perpetrator and two of her children.The woman, who had worked with the family as a maid, said she managed to escape after cutting through her bonds and breaking out of the storage facility.She claimed that her employer had accused her of using her necklace and other valuables.Mangal, who had worked as a domestic with the East Coast Demerara family for about three years, said that her troubles started at around 13:45 hrs last week Friday, when she indicated that she was ready to leave for the day and asked for her weekly wages.She claimed that her employer responded by accusing her of making merry with her things. Despite denying the allegation, Mangal’s employee reportedly forced her to sit and duct-taped the maid’s hands behind her back.It is alleged that the woman also punched Mangal in the face before calling on her two teenaged children to help cover the maid’s mouth with duct-tape.Mangal alleged that after being relieved of her mobile phone, the trio placed two bags over her head and took her by vehicle to a storage bond. She said that her captors forced her to sit with her back to a concrete post and secured her to the post with more duct-tape. She was then locked inside the storage facility.Mangal said that after her captors left, she managed to remove the bags on her head, and eventually managed to free herself and escape from the bond, which she said is located a short distance from her abductors’ home.The woman said that a minibus driver dropped her off at the Sparendaam Police Station.According to Mangal, a policeman took her report and the ranks even looked at a portion of the duct tape that she still had. However, the ranks did not keep it.The woman said that the police ranks told her to get a medical report from the Georgetown Public Hospital.But Mangal said that she did not return to the station the following day because she had no confidence in the police. Instead, she went to the Ministry of Human Services on Monday and subsequently spoke to an official at the US Embassy.Mangal said that she is so fearful for her life and that of her children that she moved out of her home the same day and has not returned. She has also altered her appearance.