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Caricom to assist relief effort

Monday, January 31, 2005

The Caribbean community (CARICOM) is calling on the region to mobilise and help Guyana deal with the threat of disease and other health problems linked to the extensive flooding.

Guyanese government representatives held a joint meeting with international and regional experts, to decide how best to co-ordinate the relief effort and deal with possible health problems.

The most pressing threat arose from contaminated water, dengue fever and possibly cholera due to sewage seeping into the water

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otOn88 Thank you very much! I took it for myself too. Will be useful!!...
By oem software @ New York
Sunday, February 12, 2012

caribbean don't count
well as for the flooding in Guyana, i feel bad bout it, but Nubian queen, in the caribbean we have to be each other's keepes, the 'world' dont recongize us, we have to do dat for ourselves, but if that was some other country like japan or elsewhere, u know what time it would of been, all kind of celebrity donations and stuff like dat, in this region we have to struggle, we only here for dem and dey family vacation, the world only see caribbean for vacation and service. and thats a shame. by the way both of my former teachers are from Guyana love dem both
By roots @ bahamas 

Tuesday, February 15, 2005

Flooding in Guyana
Some of the funds raised for the Tsunami should be available to the people of Guyana they're experiencing tradegy and the world news not even focusing on them! People in Grenada, Haiti and Jamaica countries hit by "Ivan deh Terrible" still require assistance and the displaced children in Africa whose parent(s) died of AIDS as you can see Black people never get enough help only "here and don't ask for anymore!" the world ain't fair but these organizations shouldn't have a blind eye we all need help! I know people who personally went back "home" after the hurricane (myself incuded) and these islands still require asistance! Only Fadda God caan help we!
By Nubian Queen @ Toronto, Canada 

Friday, February 4, 2005

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