GAICO Construction Hands Over $2M Cheque to CDC September 03, 2020 ... || In a simple ceremony at the Civil Defence Commissionâs Headquarters on Thomas Lands, the Gaico Group of Companies under its construction and oil and gas banners handed over a cheque for G$2M towards the fight of the Covid-19 pandemic. ... (MoSP) was the lead agency responsible for coordinating trafficking efforts, overseeing the Counter-Trafficking Unit, and participating on the governmentâs Ministerial Task Force on Trafficking in Persons (Task Force). 01/12/2020 . Our mission is to nurture a resilient and caring society that can overcome challenges together. Ministry of Social Protection continues to implement measures for data collection to facilitate COVID-19 public assistance. MHSSS collaborates with UG students in Gender Based Violence Awareness As part of the 16 days of Activism against Gender Based Violence, the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security, last Thursday (November 26) collaborated with University of Guyana Social Work Students in raising awareness of Gender Based Violence (GBV) in the Stabroek Market Area. Annual Reports. The cutoff date for submissions is June 24, 2020. Last updated from Netherlands4 months ago. MoSP 2015 Report MoSP 2016 Report MoE partners with MoSP to combat violence and bullying in schools Writen on Friday, 31 January 2020 Published in News & Events. The Civil Defense Commission (CDC) has extended the deadline for the submission of expressions of interest (EOI) from suppliers, such as supermarkets and shops to supply items for a COVID-19 Pandemic Assistance Voucher Programme. Official websites use .gov. Food and Drug; Food and Nutrition; Maternal and Child Health; Men's Health; Dental Health Services; Regional Health Services; Health Science Education Publications/Reports. Mospv's domain ip is 184.108.40.206 it has a worldwide rank of 1,962,337 receiving on average 87 visits per day and is hosted on Government's servers. ... GUYANA: Tier 1. MoSP developed the "womb to tombâ model for Guyana through it human, financial, and technical resources and community programmes and services. THE Government of Guyana, on Wednesday, launched a data collection mechanism, which is aimed at identifying and providing tangible support for vulnerable households affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and its emergency measures. DPI, Guyana, Thursday, June 18, 2020. Georgetown, Guyana â (May 20, 2020) The Government of Guyana, today, launched a data collection mechanism, which is aimed at identifying and providing tangible support for vulnerable households affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and its emergency measures.