Welcome to the official website for the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs , Georgetown Guyana.

This website has been established to inform the public about the work of the Ministry on issues affecting Guyanese, especially Amerindian peoples, and to provide another useful communication route. It has also been established to provide information about our beautiful country and links to online resources that you may find useful.

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  • President of Guyana, H.E Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali

    Hinterland communities to benefit equally from oil and gas wealth

    His Excellency, Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali says the impending wealth from the oil and gas sector will benefit all Guyanese equally. The Head of State gave this assurance while addressing the Regional Toshaos’ Meeting in Region Nine on September 4, 2021. “Let me assure you once again, that you would

  • The gathering of Toshaos on day one of the Regional Toshaos Meetings in Lethem, Region Nine


    Three representatives of Region nine will now serve on the National Toshoas Council (NTC). The election process took place on day one of the Regional Toshaos Meetings in Lethem, Region Nine. Moreover, those elected were; Toshaos Shamir Khan of Yupukari, Michael Thomas of Aishalton, and Lenny Moses of Massara, Region

  • Minister of Amerindian Affairs, Hon. Pauline Sukhai shares a photo moment with the participants of the Annual Theme Competition.

    Winner, other participants of Annual Heritage Month Theme Competition Awarded

    The closing ceremony for a recent batch of ICT graduates also saw the winner and other participants of the Annual Theme Competition honored. Minister of Amerindian Affairs, Hon. Pauline Sukhai presented Mr. Orlan Thomas, with a cash prize after his theme, won the competition. Thus, This year’s theme for Amerindian

  • Ministers, Hon. Pauline Sukhai, Hon. Sonia Parag and Hon. Nigel Dharamlall share a photo moment with the new ICT graduates.

    Second Batch of Community Service Officers graduate from ICT training in 2021

    The Government of Guyana continues to invest significantly in its human resources, more particularly the country’s youthful population. 23 Amerindian youths graduated with the skillset to function in the field of Information and Communication Technology. The youths engaged in the ICT training which lasted for a period of 3 weeks.