Tributes pour in for Navin Chandarpaul

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Navin Chandarpaul
Navin Chandarpaul

PPP Statement

The People’s Progressive Party and Guyana has lost a true son of the soil in Navin Chanderpal who succumb to his illness on Tuesday 28th October, 2014.

In honour of his life and work the Party will be holding a night of reflection tomorrow Thursday 30th October, 2014 at the Cheddi Jagan Research Centre [Red House] at 5:30 pm.

Tributes will be delivered by the PPP General Secretary Cde. Clement Rohee and other Party leaders. Kindly make a special effort to attend this activity as we say farewell to a stalwart and true hero of Guyana.

PNCR expresses sorrow at the passing of Navin Chandarpal

The People’s National Congress Reform expresses its sympathy at the death of Mr. Navin Chandarpal, former Minister of Agriculture and Presidential Advisor in the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration.

The Central Executive Committee and members of the PNCR extend sincere condolences to Mrs. Indra Chandarpal, M.P., and other relatives and friends of Mr. Chandarpal. Mr. Navin Chandarpal’s passing is a great loss to his party, the People’s Progressive Party (PPP).

CIOG

The Central Islamic Organization of Guyana (CIOG) learned with sadness of the passing of Mr. Navin Chandarpal. CIOG wishes to extend our deepest sympathy to his wife, children and the Government of Guyana.

Mr. Chandarpal served his country with distinction in the area of Agriculture, and more recently in his field of expertise climate change. He was a kind and gentle individual who made a significant contribution to his party and country.

To the family, the CIOG wishes you patience and perseverance at this time of your loss. Let us be comforted that it is God’s will and He is our creator and sustainer.

Mr. Navin Chandrapal embraced the sciences

The Ministry of Education mourns with the family and colleagues of Mr. Navin Chandarpal who died early Tuesday morning at his home.

Mr. Chandrapal was very instrumental in the development of the Science program at the Ministry of Education. He served as Convenor to the Science Policy Working Group (2010-2011) which, was tasked with updating the existing Science and Technology Policy and the preparation of a framework.

He also played a pivotal role in the re-establishment of the National Science and Technology Council for Guyana.

Mr. Chandarpal embraced the Science Unit and his vision for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education is now captured in the New Ministry of Education’s Strategic Plan (2014-2018) which focuses on the use of STEM Education for National Sustainable Development.

Mr. Chandrapal served Guyana well in various other capacities. He was once Minister of Agriculture and was serving as Presidential Advisor on Sustainable Development up to the time of his death.

The Ministry wishes to extend its deepest condolences to the family, relatives and colleagues, and close friends of Mr. NavinChandapalsat this time of bereavement. He will surely be missed.

 

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