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the education system in guyana "sucks"

What many people lack to understand is that Guyana a developing country and we lack the basic funds to keep Guyana abreast with the rest of the world. Guyana once being one of the poorest nations of the world now earns its name amongst the most developing. Our education sector is improving once compared the statistics with the past. The infrastructure in Guyana is one of the main objectives aimed at, weather may it be in the city or town, race has nothing to do with development with the present government, for if we look at the Africans communities we will see proof of what im saying. Instead of criticizing the education in Guyana we should seek better ways of educating our children so they will help to build Guyana. As for teachers who are migrating they should have stopped a minute to think the only reason they are a qualified teacher is because they sought training and had experience in Guyana and should have been ashamed to migrate or even bad talk.  (Apr 11, 2012 | post #7)

Suggestions towards Guyana's development.

We are all apart of this country, we have certain things that we want to see happening in Guyana and certain levels we want to see Guyana climbing. What are some of your views for Guyana?  (Mar 21, 2012 | post #1)

Dictatorship of one

The PPP remain in Governance once again, no matter the amount of votes, this wont stop the drive they have for making and transforming Guyana a better tomorrow for our youths. The elections came and gone, the best man won! The people wants whats good for Guyana and with heavy emphasis that the oppositions are making upon "National Unity" i am yet to see any efforts being made towards this!  (Mar 21, 2012 | post #5)

Budget Day is March 30

Its good that the national budget is on its way and Guyana can continue towards its development path, focusing on our country's improvement is our main priority right now, with the new governance in place we should aim and work directly towards enhancing our country's infrastructure and maintaining a steady pace forward for economic growth.  (Mar 21, 2012 | post #2)

Rupununi oil well results forecast for Dec.

This is would be a major enhancement for our country's front also its economy...Guyana in years have made such a leap towards an operation such as drilling for oil, lets hope that this would be our key towards even more development.  (Sep 11, 2010 | post #1)

As Guyana's rapid development continues-$400M mall openin...

A mall would do the Essequibo people well, as i stated earlier that Essequibo, Bartica, Leguan, Wakanam and the others are becoming a little Georgetown, they have all necessary things needed maybe it be facilities etc.  (Aug 31, 2010 | post #3)

Bartica's first fire station commissioned

This would be a major enhancement for the people of Bartica, being such a small area many has sought to move into the city or country area. Due to the massive improvement they have been receiving they now can consider themselves as a little GT!  (Aug 23, 2010 | post #1)

donald ramoutar will be the next president of guyana

The next presidential candidate for the People's Progressive Party hasn't been decided as yet but i assure you being a democratic state as we are we the people will be the first to no...ruling Guyana for seventeen years and up the PPP has equipped each and every single member of its party and government to take the upper hand in having or even being in the position as the President.  (Aug 18, 2010 | post #6)

Another judgment day!

Coming 2011 we face judgment day once again. The day of which we the people decide who and what party should we elect to lead us onto the path of development and democracy. A day of which we must not let the opposition intervene and corrupt mines our decisions. We must look forward and not backward, we must learn though from the past and correct them in the future, we must vote for the party with enough strength and responsibility to take us further into a much more developed state, a state of steady pace of national development... We must vote for no other than the current ruling party if we want to achieve such objectives.  (Aug 18, 2010 | post #1)

Over 130,000 school uniform vouchers released

As a new school year begins the children would be provided with much more incentives and support. From free school uniforms, school books, free snacks, education etc... With these assistance the children would be encouraged to learn and attend classes more often.  (Aug 18, 2010 | post #6)

Why Christopher Ram Shouldn't be President

It takes real men to govern Guyana and restore it natural standards, the PNC, well they degraded us to the lowest level, now why should CR be given a chance at Presidency when he himself is a student of the teaching of the PNC.  (Aug 17, 2010 | post #10)

Accountants robbing the GRA

Woow did Odinga tell you that, you must really have a close relationship huh? Or is it the usual way of fabricating stuff??? What about all the land Anand Persaud along with the other Persaud's smuggled and bribe papers for? What about them? If GRA came in on them, then they'll all be paupers...  (Aug 17, 2010 | post #18)

Guyana Observer News another Benchop corruption!

Welcome Steve! We have all had our complaints about Benchop, he is yet to return to Guyana. The police are anticipating his arrival at the airport.  (Dec 21, 2009 | post #12)

Benchop foundation out of dope money, Benchop has gone fo...

According to sources the Mark Benchop foundation has seized all operations due to the lack of funds. Recently the children had a Christmas party but unfortunately they had no presents nor Santa clause, Poor babies, Mark is too busy hiding in the US so he doesn't have time to smuggle that dope.  (Dec 21, 2009 | post #1)

Climate will Change if we don't make a change!

When the climate starts to change and you start yelling for Jagdeo to help the country then yo back side would know the importance of saving our forest and then you would have realize that you should have supported the LCDS, but too late shall be the cry!  (Dec 21, 2009 | post #29)