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 indigenous 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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  • Mr. Ovid Williams, of the MoAA ADF-GRIF Project Management Unit  facilitating the scoping mission (technical preparation for the implementation of the village's community development plan)  at Mashabo, Region 2 - Feb 16, 2015.

    MoAA ADF-GRIF Project Management Unit – Update

      Mr. Ovid Williams, of the MoAA ADF-GRIF Project Management Unit facilitating the scoping mission (technical preparation for the implementation of the village’s community development plan) at Mashabo, Region 2 – Feb 16, 2015. (Main Image)            

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    Amerindian Land Titling (ALT) Project – Update March 2015

    AMERINDIAN LAND TITLING (ALT) PROJECT: Little Kaniballi-Santa Cruz Village General Meeting held on March 18, 2015 spearheaded by MoAA-ALT Technical Team, examining maps of requested extension, with ALT Sworn Lands Surveyor. (Main Picture)    

  • Wakapoa: Signing of Micro-capital Grant Agreement (MCGA) at a Public meeting with Officials of MoAA and Toshao on 11th March, 2015. The grant will be used for the setting up of a Coffee-processing plant proposed by the Community.

    MOAA Kicks Off ADF-GRIF Scoping Mission And Business Development Trainings In 3 Regions

    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.

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    New Education Bill would have addressed specific needs of communities-including hinterland – President

    Georgetown, GINA, March 3, 2015 Among the People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC) Administration’s plan for the education sector is curriculum reform to meet the needs of different segments of the population, one of which is hinterlands students, and this was expected to have been addressed during the 10th Parliament, whose