P laid off work­ers

Stabroek News Sunday - - LETTERS -

con­omy (the Green State evel­op­ment Strat­egy), the Min­istry of Busi­ness’ 2016 to 020 Strate­gic Plan, the Guyna Food Se­cu­rity Strat­egy, e CARICOM Re­gional Food nd Nu­tri­tional Se­cu­rity ol­icy and other eco­nomic ctiv­i­ties. The com­mit­tee will also versee the es­tab­lish­ment of art­ner­ships with in­ter­na­tion, re­gional and na­tional agenes to sup­port the tran­si­tiong of these sugar-de­pen­dent om­mu­ni­ties and they are xpected to meet at least once er month. The com­mit­tee will also on­tinue the ini­tia­tives which ere started by GuySuCo and her agen­cies. Cur­rent procts in­clude: the Euro­pean nion-funded study to tran­sion ex-em­ploy­ees into farm­ers; the Min­istry of Nat­u­ral Re­sources-funded project in part­ner­ship with the Board of In­dus­trial Train­ing and the GuySuCo Train­ing Cen­tre/ Port Mourant in Mo­tor Ve­hi­cle Ser­vices and Mi­nor Re­pairs, Weld­ing and Fabri­ca­tion, Re­frig­er­a­tion and Elec­tri­cal In­stal­la­tion; and the Small Busi­ness Bureau funded train­ing at the Guyana In­dus­trial Train­ing Cen­tre in plumb­ing, ma­sonry and car­pen­try, among oth­ers.

Projects to be funded, the state­ment said, in­clude train­ing in forestry man­age­ment ar­eas and man­age­ment of com­mu­nity forestry con­ces­sions, and train­ing in car­pen­try, ma­sonry, gar­ment con­struc­tion and food prepa­ra­tion at the Up­per Coren­tyne Tech­ni­cal In­sti­tute.

he meet­ing last Fri­day.

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