[www.inewsguyana.com] – The New York Guyana Medical and Humanitarian Mission (NYGM) conducted medical outreach programs at Mora Point and at Mortice, Mahaicony River during its June program in Guyana.
The NYGM team also conducted medical outreach programs at Rosehall, Canje and Albion on the Corentyne. Another medical clinic was conducted at Bladen Hall/Vigilance, East Coast Demerara. As always NYGM team visits a number of orphanages and renders assistance ranging from medical checks to providing gifts to students.
NYGM also held two separate workshops on suicide – one was at the University of Guyana, Tain Campus, Berbice in which students from eight neighboring High Schools participated and the other was at Anna Regina Multilateral School in which students from seven neighboring High Schools participated.
Both workshops were organized by the Minister of Education and her Ministry. As part of its humanitarian mission, NYGM made donations of supplies to the Palms Senior Home and the Diamond Hospital.
They also conducted a community project in which it provided materials and painted the concrete fence of the Mahaica Mosque. NYGM Vice President and Project Manager Holly Persaud said, the 2014 mission has been the most productive and rewarding so far: we’ve achieved much more than we had scheduled.”