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TCG is visiting Port Kaituma tomorrow, Tuesday 17th, at the community centre from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.! Don't forget to like our Guyana GRM page for more updates on the project, or visit our website at www.guyanagrm.com

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Port Kaituma, we're coming your way tomorrow, Tuesday 17th! Join us at the community centre from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. as we discuss what's been done to date on the GRM project and hear from you on your experience with REDD+ related grievances and their resolution.

TCG is coming to Linden tomorrow, Saturday 14th to discuss the GRM project and hear about the experience of Region 10 residents on REDD+ related grievances and their resolution. If you live in Region 10 and are interested, please try to attend! If you have friends or family there, please share and tag them in this post!

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Linden, we're coming your way tomorrow, Saturday 14th! Join us at Watooka House from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. as we discuss what's been done to date on the GRM project and hear from you on your experience with REDD+ related grievances and their resolution.

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TCG will be visiting these areas to conduct regional consultations for the development of a Grievance and Redress Mechanism for REDD+ implementation in Guyana. Please help us to reach your friends in these areas by sharing this post!

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Hello everyone, here is our schedule for our first round of regional consultations! Please help us to reach your friends in these areas by sharing this post.

Today the Department of Public Information covered our inception launch of the Grievance and Redress Mechanism for REDD+ implementation in Guyana. Thanks DPI!

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FCPF PROJECT | Guyana is advancing its readiness under the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) Project to Reduce Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+).

TCG is pleased to be developing a Grievance and Redress Mechanism for REDD+ implementation in Guyana. Inception launch happening now at Cara Lodge Hotel

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Happening now! The inception launch of the GRM project at the Cara Lodge in Georgetown

TCG in the news! This is the first contract to be signed under the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) Project and it has been awarded to a Guyanese firm (us)!

https://newsroom.gy/…/first-contract-inked-for-redd-readin…/

The Ministry of Natural Resources has inked an agreement with a local consultancy firm which is readying Guyana to Reduce Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+). This is the fi…
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Good day everyone!

This is an invitation for you to participate in a survey about Indigenous people in Guyana and the Ministry of Indigenous People Affairs (MOIPA). The survey is part of a project aimed at developing a Strategic Plan for the MOIPA and being executed by The Consultancy Group (TCG) in partnership with the MOIPA. The survey is designed to collect data about your views of Indigenous People in Guyana and the MOIPA and should NOT take more than five (5) minutes of ...your time.

To access the survey please click on the link:

https://ee.kobotoolbox.org/x/#YXS6

The survey is being administered by The Consultancy Group. Please contact us by email at surveys@theconsultancygroupguyana.com if you have any questions.

Thank you for your time.

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In 2016, TCG used Survey Solutions CAPI software to administer 1000 farming household surveys in communities throughout Guyana! Here are a few memories from the field shared by Survey Solutions

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Survey Solutions CAPI and CAWI platform added 4 new photos.

Inter-American Development Bank Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo and the Consultancy Group Guyana rely on Survey Solutions to conduct a survey among 1,000 farmer households in Guyana in preparation for the IDB funded Sustainable Agricultural Development Project.

Happening now! TCG enumerators in the middle of a training workshop. Training is being conducted by TCG Methodologist,Dr. Troy Thomas, and TCG Survey Trainer, Mr. Len Singh

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Consultations on the Revision of the National Forestry Policy continue-thank you, Linden!
Pictured here: Team Leader, Rory Fraser; Governance Specialist, Lawrence Lachmansingh and Facilitator, Heetasmin Singh with very enthusiastic Linden representatives. Next stop, Lethem.

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Consultations continue! The team has visited Essequibo Coast, Corentyne and New Amsterdam. Pictured here is a section of the participants at consultations in Mahdia. Next stop tomorrow: Linden!

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Interested in giving feedback on what you think should be included in the revision of the National Forest Policy? Want to keep updated? Visit our new website https://www.guyanaforestconsultation.org to give feedback or just stay informed

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Following the launch of the Revision of the National Forest Policy in Georgetown, nation-wide consultations have begun! Pictured here are Professor Rory Fraser (Team Leader) and Lawrence Lachmansingh (Governance Specialist), in discussion with residents of Port Kaituma and its environs. The team will be visiting the Essequibo Coast this Saturday.

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TCG is pleased to have officially begun the revision of Guyana's National Forest Policy Statement and Plan! Here's a clip of yesterday's launch of the review process at the Umana Yana.

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The Ministry of Natural Resources and related agencies have officially begun the review process of Guyana’s Forest Policy Statement and Forest Plan.

TCG's Managing Director, Timothy McIntosh, and Portfolio Manager, Nicole Bowen, at the United Business Fair in Suriname.

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