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Signing of MOU between NCC and GCCI

 Signing of MOU between NCC and GCCI regarding collaboration on taxation reform that benefits non-governmental organisations in Guyana

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The National Coordinating Coalition Inc. (NCC) and the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) signed a memorandum of understanding concerning improved tax facilities for non-governmental organisations (NGOs) at 13:00hrs on Friday, 27th January 2017 at the GCCI office located at 156 Waterloo Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown, Guyana. The signing of the MoU was done by Mr. Dmitri Nicholson, Chairman of the Board of Directors, NCC and Mr. Vishnu Doerga,

MEDIA INVITATION CAREER GUIDANCE CONFERENCE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

   More than 200 students and their teachers are set to attend an upcoming conference to explore options for their future careers.

                  The conference brings together students from the 10 schools across Georgetown participating in the Career Guidance Program, a unique initiative managed by Volunteer Youth Corps Inc. (VYC) with the support of Cuso International.

                  The Conference will also be an opportunity to show our appreciation to students and teachers for their hard work and commitment to our program.

WHEN: Saturday, Dec 3,

Final day of Science Camp at St. Francis Community Developer's site

Graduation Ceremony for Youth, June 2015

Volunteer Youth Corps Inc. (VYC) wishes to extend an invitation to the public to attend a Graduation ceremony hosted for 120 Youth who successfully participated in a Marginalized Youth project. The project titled ‘Improving the quality of life of Marginalized youth’ is part of an 2-year sub-agreement between the VYC and Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition (CVC) and El Centro de Orientacion e Investigacion Integral (COIN) under PANCAP – Global Fund Round 9 project. The agreement came into effect on 1st October 2013 and concluded 30th September, 2015.

The project targets youth between the ages of 15- 25 years affected directly and/or indirectly by HIV/AIDS,