To support and facilitate a participatory community process that would result in the implementation of the chosen business ventures by the various villages and communities , the MoAA ADF-GRIF Projects Unit conducted Scoping Missions and Business Development Trainings in Regions 2 , 8 and 9 respectively in three separate visits.
January, 2015 In January, 2015, the ALT PMU discussed the proposed Annual Work Plan (AWP) during a Project Board Meeting held on the 12th, at the MoAA. The AWP was later reviewed and adjusted to fit the requirements of the UNDP ATLAS financial system, approved and signed on January 27th
“The participation of young people in development, governance and leadership develops the enterprises of this country,” thus proclaimed Hon. Minister Pauline Sukhai in front of 124 young enthusiasts from various villages in Region 1 who attended the historic launch of the Youth Apprenticeship and Entrepreneurship Programme (YAEP) on June 22,
Seven communities of Region 1 signed agreements for their communities to commence receiving funding from the Amerindian Development Fund (ADF) for their Community Development Projects (CDPs) on the 10th and 11th of May, 2013. The legal representatives of the villages/communities, and Hon. Minister Pauline Sukhai signed the agreements. The
To ensure the readiness of Amerindian villages and communities for the initiation of their community projects financed under the Amerindian Development Fund (ADF) through the GRIF , the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs (MoAA) together with partner entity UNDP embarked on a scoping Mission for 8 villages/communities in Region 1 from
conference, where the Hon. Pauline Sukhai, Minister of Amerindian Affairs, accompanied by Nigel Dharamlall, Permanent Secretary and the various heads of department of the Ministry provided a review on the successes and challenges of the Ministry in 2012. Secure livelihood programme continues to sustain indigenous communities The National Secure livelihood