US/Guyana collaborate with NGO to assist citizens in Georgetown

On May 27th members of the United States Embassy and the Non-Governmental Organization, Guyana Medical Relief, conducted a medical outreach for residents in Georgetown, Region 4. In attendance was the U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission, Adrienne Galanek, and the Government of Guyana Minister of Health, Hon. Dr. Frank Anthony.
As part of its ongoing humanitarian assistance partnership with Guyana, the U.S. Embassy collaborated with the NGO Guyana Medical Relief to provide medical assistance and hygiene services for over 150 residents of Georgetown. Individuals received ophthalmology care, dental care, blood testing, triage care, haircuts, showers, and lunch. These essential services and support help to improve the quality of life for residents by providing them with safe and accessible care.
This collaboration highlights the U.S. Embassy’s initiatives and commitment to strengthen partnerships and work with the Government of Guyana at all levels to support enhanced public health for the people of Guyana. (US Embassy Press Release)
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