Paiwomak Multimedia Centre

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Type of Project Activity Development project with ICT4D component
Project URL NC
Brief Description The community radio station serves mainly as a tool in the preservation and sustainable development of the forest reserves. Oriented to preserve the culture of the Makushi people, one of nine indigenous peoples in Guyana. “Today’s Radio for Tomorrow’s Peoples Development” ,Giving A Voice To The Voiceless
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Regular Postal Address Bina Hill Institute, North Rupununi District
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Target Beneficiaries Communities
Start Date 1-04-2005
End Date 20-01-2007
Project Budget NC
Current Status In process
Countr(ies) Involved Guyana
Sector Education
Description of ICT Components The Radio Paiwomak telecentre started in April 2005. The centre is used primarily by teachers and students. Sydney Allicock coordinator of the Bina Hill Institute describes the centre as… “a place of ours to learn, teach, communicate, research and plan our future together”
Millennium Development Goals 1. Poverty Eradication;2. Education
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