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GUYANA | Importing Foreign Nurses? What about working conditions for local health care workers ? asks Forde

georgetown,  Guyana, August 1, 2023 - It is settled knowledge that the health of a nation rides high on the human resources of its healthcare system. Guyana has been spending multi billions of dollars, of tax-payers money, to train nurses, for decades. Yet, recently, the President admitted that we are facing a woeful shortage of nurses and other technical health staff. 

GUYANA | Importing Foreign Nurses? What about working conditions for local health care workers ? asks Forde

JAMAICA | The Government's Emancipated Thinking?

KINGSTON, Jamaica July 28, 2023 -

Dear Editor,

The government, buttressed by its abnormal extensive legal phalanx, determined that it was immensely important and urgent for there to be swift amendment of the Jamaica Constitution, after unprecedented Nicodemus fashion and on an  unfortunate partisan platform, to allow for the extension of a public officer's tenure of service.

JAMAICA | The Government's Emancipated Thinking?

GUYANA | Striking a Fair Deal with ExxonMobil: Balancing Profit, Welfare, and Sustainable Development

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, July 18, 2023 - The exploration and extraction of oil reserves in Guyana by ExxonMobil have sparked debates on how to strike a fair deal that benefits all stakeholders involved, and in assessing the situation, it is crucial to consider ExxonMobil's profit motives, the United States' global welfare responsibilities, the well-being of the Guyanese people, and the imperative of global economic growth and production. 

GUYANA | Striking a Fair Deal with ExxonMobil: Balancing Profit, Welfare, and Sustainable Development
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