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Mainstay/Whyaka residents receives agricultural tools, equipment for village work

Parliamentary Secretary at the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs, Ms. Sarah Browne, and Deputy Permanent Secretary, Mr. Ryan Toolsiram today handed over a number of agricultural tools and other equipment to the village of Mainstay/Whyaka, Region Two.

Collecting the items was Toshao Yvonne Pearson at the Hinterland Scholarship Student Dormitory, Liliendaal on Tuesday (June 15).

Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ryan Toolsiram handing over the tools and equipment to Toshao Yvonne Pearson in the presence of Parliamentary Secretary Sarah Browne and Project Coordinator Besham Ramsaywack
Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ryan Toolsiram handing over the tools and equipment to Toshao Yvonne Pearson in the presence of Parliamentary Secretary Sarah Browne and Project Coordinator Besham Ramsaywack

The items handed over included sewing machines, a brush cutter set, tractor slasher, a chainsaw, cutlasses, pitch forks, hoes and spades.

Therefore, the equipment will benefit the community’s women group, farmers, and residents holistically.

Moreover, Programme Coordinator, Mr. Besham Ramsaywack was also present at the handing over.

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