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Students of the University of Guyana reached out to a single parent of South Sophia, Georgetown, by building for the woman a safer dwelling place that she and her four children could call home.Five students pursuing studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the university were tasked with the project of providing some sort of community service for this term’s course work.Due to one of the students living in the area, Paula Vincent’s plight was highlighted to the other members of the group. The group moved to have some remedial works done to the shack where Paula and her children live.The students came together and pooled whatever finance they mustered to acquire some of the building materials.According to the students, most of the boards were donated by a kind hearted donor. The structure is now sporting a step and louvre windows, items that Paula found difficult to acquire prior to the intervention by the students.Vincent, who was high in praise of the students, added that when it rains her entire house would get wet but since repair works were done that problem has been rectified.The woman said that finance is limited due to her not having a stable job. But she tries her best to have her children attend school to “receive education”.The woman reported that she will usually do domestic work for persons to maintain her family. One of her children told Kaieteur News that he is very happy because their home is more comfortable.Plans are already in the pipeline to have additional work done on the structure with the aid of the said UG students.“We will help this family with whatever little we can afford, Wholesale NFL Jerseys, ” said the group leader Kayana Amos.The group that comprises Kayana Amos, Jillian Adams, Grantly Laundry and Denise Clark are calling on the general public to give a helping hand to Paula Vincent and her children who really needs assistance.
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Date: 27 May 18 02:18am
Several persons have come forward to report that they were fleeced by a Corentyne woman charging them US$510 each for a United States Visa.One of the victims told Kaieteur News she paid a woman, whose only name was given as ‘Shelly’, US$510, in June for a US Visa. The victim stated that the woman is in her thirties and is from Number 52 Village on the Corentyne.The victim, who is from the East Bank of Demerara, said that she heard of the woman’s ‘backdoor’ services from an overseas friend and decided to take up the offer to get a US visa.None of the scam artist’s victims ever saw her face- to- face; since she would have agents stationed around the country, as far as Linden, to collect the monies on her behalf.“She has this woman, ‘Barbara’, China Jerseys Free Shipping, who is one of her agents on the [Linden] Highway”, related the victim.When this newspaper contacted ‘Barbara’, she denied being an agent of the said woman; but did not deny knowing the scam artist.“I can’t give too much information, because I don’t even know the individual’s right name…I don’t know much about the person”. All I know is that I have her cell phone number— the same one you [KN] have and I heard what she was doing, but I don’t really know if she did it to a lot of people”.When asked how she got to know ‘Shelly’, she stated that “I have known that person for some time. A family member from New York had sent something with me for her and that is how I get to know her”.According to ‘Barbara’, as recent as June, she “was asked to drop an envelope to her [the scam artist]”. She did not know what was in the envelope and did not want to give the name of the person who asked her to drop the envelope. But the victim wants the law enforcement officials to arrest the woman and deal with her condignly.“The police at Number 51 Village Police Station know about her. I spoke to an officer and they said that they know she is a ‘scamp’. The victim went on to say that she tried umpteen times to get back her cash from the woman but she is being avoided. “Everyday she telling us ‘Today [they will get back the money], tomorrow, today, tomorrow…since June month this money pay and I went in the embassy on July 19, 2012 and did not ‘get through’ [was not granted a U.S. Visa]…she [the scam artist] turned off her phone for the whole week”.“She ripped off a lot more people but they are afraid and embarrassed to come forward.”“According to the victim, the woman demands US$510 as the main fee for the US Visa plus GY$5, 000 transportation charges to go to the U.S. Embassy in Georgetown and takes in the victims’ applications herself. She also charges GY$5, 000 for filling the application forms for the victims.
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Date: 27 May 18 02:17am
The Caribbean Environmental Health Institute (CEHI) will be conducting a waste water management training course in Guyana, come Monday. The venue would be the Radisson Suites in Georgetown.The seminar is aimed at sensitising the public to the discharge of large volumes of untreated waste water that pose a serious threat to riverside, coastal and marine environments.This puts the Caribbean and Guyana at risk of losing their livelihoods of people who depend on fisheries, tourisms and other sectors. Guyana depends to a great extent on fishing, hence pollution of its coastal waters from land-based sources is a major concern that requires urgent attention.The course follows other successful courses which were held in Suriname, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago.Funding would be provided by the European Union, and the seminar has been organised by the United Nations Environment Programme-Global Programme for Action (UNEP-GPA).The course has received endorsements from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).The seminar is expected to train and equip participants with analytical tools, technical information, and skills for selecting, planning, and financing appropriate and environmentally sound municipal waste water management systems.The course would engage participants in objective-oriented planning, China Jerseys Cheap, and innovative technological and financial approaches.The workshop would be in keeping with the need for greater focus on sanitation, since effective and adequate sanitation systems are prerequisites for human health.It would also highlight the need for the development of standards which are applicable to different parts of the country, since the disposal of garbage is an issue that is recognised as a national problem that needs to be address.The workshop is being conducted in the year designated as International Year of Sanitation, and it is expected to enhance national capacity in waste water management.It would also bring focus to the need to be mindful of the consequences of inadequate sanitation, especially in the face of global warming and climate change.Polluted waters have implications, not only for ecosystems but also for human health.
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