Changes to Essequibo Ferry Schedules

The Ministry of Public Infrastructure has amended the Leguan, Wakenaam, Supenaam and Bartica ferry schedules to facilitate increased transport of goods and food. The new schedules permit no more than 200 passengers per trip to maintain social distancing: Parika-Bartica (Return Trip) Three return trips will be allowed to Bartica on Tuesdays, Thursdays and

New Employment Opportunities in Agriculture Forthcoming

Guyanese are set to benefit from new employment opportunities in the agriculture sector when the agriculture stations, which will demonstrate the agricultural potential of major eco-zones, come on stream. The agriculture stations will result in the establishment of orchards, nurseries, and seed production facilities, breeding of cattle and small ruminants to


Food for the poor Guyana a nonprofit organization is partaking in Agriculture month. As such, the organization is ensuring that they assist persons in the agricultural sector. At a simple handing over ceremony held Wednesday at their head office, several farmers, representatives from Ago companies and beekeepers from across the