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OCHA sends Dominican Republic aid for flood deaths damage

In response to a request from the country’s government, OCHA sent an emergency cash grant of $40,000 for relief supplies and donated another $20,000 to an emergency fund established by the Norwegian government, it said.UN representatives in the country were assessing the need for possible further help, it said.

CIOG honours Top 15 performing NGSA students

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedNGSA results to be announced on ThursdayJune 25, 2018In “latest news”BREAKING: Dave Chowtie tops 2019 NGSA with 532 marksJuly 3, 2019In “latest news”Update: Westfield Prep student tops NGSA with historic scoreJune 28, 2018In “latest news” The Central Islamic Organisation of Guyana (CIOG) today awarded half a million dollars to the nation’s top 20 performers at the 2018 National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA).Minister of Education, Nicolette Henry along the country’s top 15 2018 National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) students.Delivering the feature address, at Woolford Avenue, Minister of Education, Nicolette Henry told the students that access to quality education has resulted in significant improvements in the performance of students, including those in outlying schools.She noted, this improvement reflects the ministry’s commitment to providing quality education to all of its citizens and will continue to do so particularly for the nation’s future builders.“Education, as we know, is the single most important tool in human development and only through education can we begin to see our country move from poverty to prosperity so we must place value and importance on education … in that vein we will continue to recognise those who work hard and also encourage those who did not do well,” the Minister said.Director of Education, Central Islamic Organisation of Guyana (CIOG), Shaikh Moeen-ul-HackDirector of Education, Shaikh Moeen-ul-Hack said the donation by the CIOG provides the nation’s future leaders motivation to achieve their goals. He noted that the organisation “not only places focus on the Muslim community, but the development of the country, hence the decision to provide such an initiative.”Moeen-ul-Hack stressed that education is of great importance, particularly investment and educating young people. This, in turn, assists in the advancement of various areas within the country.The CIOG currently operates three schools that teach religious and academic education. The CIOG schools have students in the top 50 of this year’s results and have secured 100 percent pass rates. read more