The U.S. Embassy's Youth Action Network (YAN) Observes International Volunteer Day with Community Service. On Sunday, December 1, the U.S. Embassy's Youth Action Network (YAN) and staff visited the Joshua House Orphanage to intermingle and spread some Christmas cheer with approximately sixty children ages 4 to 17.
The U.S. Embassy hosted the Phil Dunlap Trio from September 8 to 14, 2013. Their visit was made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Cultural Affairs. The Phil Dunlap Trio engaged in educational workshops with students and staff from the National School of Music and educational presentations...
The U.S Embassy's Public Affairs Section has established a Youth Action Network (YAN), bringing together approximately 50 young Guyanese leaders from around the country. The Embassy's Youth Action Network was officially launched July 20 through its first event - a Conference on Service and Leadership.ALSO: Story
The Humanitarian Assistance Program donated medical supplies valued at over $112,000 USD. The donation will help Guyana enhance its laboratory capacity, its ability to store and distribute medicines, and its management of broader health services.
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