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REGION 1
Keisha Benedict MABARUMA HERITAGE COMMITTEE HIV, DV and Child protection information and education and referral, clean up campaign.
Mabaruma Township   592-693-5400, 592-679-4455
Patrick Ashley NORTH WEST CARE FOUNDATION HIV Education, VCT, Palliative care, Home based prevention, Literacy, truancy response program, distribution of IEC materials Mabruma Compound, Mabaruma Sub-region   592-666-4048, 592-658-5444
Ms. Jinky Comon VOLUNTEER SERVICES OFFICERS (VSO) Capacity building in women, managing small groups, managing available resources, Education, special needs, new technology, IT, agriculture specialists, and value adding to local products. Wouna Scheme, Mabaruma Sub-region
  592-601-4923
Mr. Mark Holder GUYANA RED CROSS SOCIETY (GRCS) HIV prevention, IEC materials, condom distribution outreach to sex workers and miners. Fitzburg, Port Kaituma
  592-673-5854
Ms. Roseann Blair YOUTH CHALLENGE GUYANA Mobile VCT, Distribute IEC materials, HIV awareness programs Port Kaituma Township    
Mr. Gray Hatkinson GUYANA RED CROSS SOCIETY Awareness sessions, counseling, distribution of hygiene kits, first aid training. Moruca    
REGION 2
Iva Peters FOOD FOR THE POOR Distribute food, clothing, footwear, school supplies, books texts and exercise, gloves for the cleaners, pampers, build houses for the poor. Dartmouth Centre
  592- 680-3884
Shondell Butters-Belfield HOPE FOR ALL HIV awareness, prevention, psychosocial support, after school classes, home visits for OVC or underprivileged children, Literacy, numeracy, domestic violence intervention. Suddie Public Road Essequibo Coast
  592-774-4598, 592-623-0006

REGION 2     

Colin Marks HELP AND SHELTER Building and strengthening the capacity of Parents; developing community-owned response to child abuse. Educate children on rights and to provide CCC. Conduct parenting sessions with key service providers including the Police force. Hague Village West Coast Demerara
  592-225-4731, 73454, 78353
 REGION 4    
Newton Profitt ADULT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OF GUYANA (AEA) Classes - Professional, Academic & Remedial (Management, Communication, Information Technology, Computer training, Math, English, Social Studies, etc). 88 Carmichael Street, Cummingsburg, Georgetown
  225-0757, 50758
Lauren Fraser AGAPE NETWORK INC.(Love and Faith) Women: Home visits to Persons living with HIV , support groups, training in income generation to alleviate poverty), clinic for basic screening( treatment). Liaise on with Ministry of Human Services for members. Children: Psychosocial support (home visits), educational support after school , counseling, mini clinic (skin and treatment for basic illnesses), birth registration and school enrollment, mentoring(15-20 mentors-more than 30 children). Lot 2 Turkeyen Upper Dennis Street Sophia This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 592-219-2300
Peter Persaud AMERINDIAN ACTION MOVEMENT OF GUYANA (TAAMOG) Counseling; Development of community projects e.g., farming, fishing,hunting,etc.; Accommodation for any Amerindian stranded in Georgetown; Looking into the welfare of Amerindian domestic workers; Lobbying for Amerindian rights to become owners of land; Holding panel discussions with Amerindian people; Encouraging Amerindians to maintain their culture, address trafficking in persons. 76 Robb Street Lacytown, Georgetown
  592-225-6894
Merica George ARTISITES IN DIRECT SUPPORT (AIDS) Providing in-school youth with information and education on abstinence , gender roles, S & RH, self esteem. Economic strengthening (skills based training ) for commercial sex workers, literacy and numeracy, foundation computer classes, support groups, refer persons for VCT and treatment, psychosocial support. Children: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 592- 225-5112; 592- 227-7321
Omattie Madray ChildLink (Formerly EVERY CHILD GUYANA) Promotes child protection, Child-led counseling, with a rights based approach, training for caregivers, parents, teachers, community leaders and FBOs. Promotes alternative methods of discipline other than licks and provides counseling and psychosocial support for the family. 215 Camp Street North Cummingsburg
  592-231-7174, 592-227-2023
Pamela Mentore DAVIS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Inpatient and outpatient services, HIV counseling & Testing, Free Anti Retroviral Therapy, Ready Care Programme This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 227-0733
Melissa Humphrey FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATION OF GUYANA Reproductive Health Services: Pre & Post Counseling for people undergoing Abortions; Emergency Contraception; Family Planning Service; Management of STD's & HIV; Free pregnancy test available to all clients. 112 New Market Street North Cummingsburg, Georgetown.   225-4743
Leon Davis FOOD FOR THE POOR Helps individuals; Provides organizational support (food, clothes, furniture, equipment, etc.) 2002 Blue Mountain Road, Festival City,G/t   226-5511
Suzanne French GUYANA BUSINESS COALITION Women: HIV counseling and testing, group support, as prevention. Education, prevention, training, Other Illnesses (OIs), Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), targeting workplaces, provide referral. Free training for members. Children: after school literacy classes, homework 108 Orange Walk Bourda. Georgetown www.guybizcoalition.org, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 592- 225-0972
Lucy Daniels GUYANA FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S INSTITUTES – Georgetown Handicraft classes every Thursday 3 p.m. Kitty Community Centre, upper flat Kitty Market, Georgetown   227-5980
Eon Melville GUYANA ORGANIZATION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE Advocates Amerindians issues, keep alive the cultural heritage. 11 Camp Street, Newburg, Georgetown.    
Colleen Mc Ewan GUYANA RAINBOW FOUNDATION (GUYBOW) Protection of sexual minority (female) from stigma and discrimination, Advocates of freedom of sexual orientation This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 592-225-2425 / 642-9766
Dorothy Fraser GUYANA RED CROSS SOCIETY Runs convalescent homes. Classes in First Aid and Care are available; Meals on wheels (delivering meals) is provided for the elderly and young children; Dissemination of humanitarian laws; Provides disaster relief; Information on Social Services; Red Cross youth programs; Visits the elderly. Eve Leary Georgetown. P.O. Box 1024 Georgetown.
  226-5175 Fax 77099
Yvonne Hinds GUYANA RELIEF COUNCIL Provides help for victims of fires and national disasters Lot x River view - Public Road Ruimveldt, Georgetown   225-3081
Beverly Braithwaite-Chan GUYANA RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION Clinic: Family Planning, Pap Smears, Infertility Management, VCT, Pregnancy Testing, ECG, Breast and Pelvic Exam., Physical Exam., Testing and treatment for Sexually Transmitted Infections, Management of Menopausal Syndrome, Management of Gynecological Disorders, General Medical Services, Wide range of over the counter drugs, Laboratory Services/Testing, Ultrasound 70 Quamina Street, Georgetown
  225-0738
Royce Beveney GUYANA RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION YOUTH CENTRE Offers young people a space where they can comfortably discuss issues affecting them; counseling; family life Education sessions for youth clubs and other interest groups, library facility. 227 South Street, Lacytown, Georgetown   225-9177
June Julian HABITAT FOR HUMANITY GUYANA Provides homes for people with low incomes who are unable to access credit. Office hours 9-3 Monday to Friday. 80 Cowan Street, Kingston, Georgetown   227-7103,69392
Margaret Kertezious HELP AND SHELTER Provides free shelter, food and clothing, hotline and face to face counseling. Supports victims of rape and child sexual abuse through court trials; Facilitates School, public and community education programmes about Violence; Training is provided for new volunteers. After-school literacy classes and homework support. Home stretch Avenue, Durban Place , G/town
www.hand.org.gy; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 227-7010; 223-6254
Falicia Adams LIFELINE COUNSELLING SERVICES Women and children: Navigating for treatment, counseling (group and one on one), provision of care and support, skills training (computing, barbering etc.), distribution of hygiene packages. Women: Bedside care (if hospitalized), home based care, support group meetings (social and medical), anger management, stress management, nutrition, hygiene, sponsorship (e.g. cookery).Children: Provision of school packages (uniforms, boots etc.), Day care services, extra tuition/lessons, literacy classes, youth club(11-18 years old), educational tours. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 592-225-7120/592-231-7289
Margaret Lawrence MERUNDOI INC. Information and Education on Social issues, Street Theater – Community-based education 55 Sachi Bazaar & Delhi Sts, Prashad Nagar This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it./Website"> This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. www.merundoi.org.gy 592-227-6937/227-4989 Fax: 592-227-6933
Clarence Young PHOENIX RECOVERY PROJECT Residential drug rehabilitation for women with substance use disorders,psychosisand HIV; sensitization and nutrition education. ALCOHOL NONYMOUS For everyone -Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS For everyone; Support group; Work with Schools and Churches. Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday; COCAINE ANONYMOUS Thursdays at Phoenix ALLANONYMOUS:FOR WOMEN AND FAMILIES OF ALCOHOLIC Sunday 18:30 hrs; ALCOHOL AND NARCOTIC: Monday St. Georges Cathedral This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 592-220-6825; 592-623-1437
Karen Desouza RED THREAD Runs a Drop in centre; provides guidance and counseling for domestic violence, rape survivors outreach (follow up media reports), court support, referrals, working closely with the police. Women: training in organizations/women groups Provides after school literacy, homework This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 227-7010; 223-6254
Dr Jose DaSilva ST JOHN'S AMBULANCE BRIGADE Teaches first Aid, Home Nursing, Maternal & Child Health care, Public and Civic duties; Evening classes available. Lot 110 Cowan Street, Kingston, Georgetown   225-9082
Jewel Corlette THE YOUTH MENTORSHIP ENDEAVOUR Inc. (TYME) Children: mentorship to in and out of school youths; HIV Awareness in 7 schools; Education and development on Teen Parenting Prevention, drug and alcohol abuse. Career Development or skills training e.g. leather craft. Volunteerism. 602 Caduni And Macaw streets. Tucville Georgetown
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 227-7010; 223-6254/225-4183
Goldie Scott VOLUNTEER YOUTH CORPS Youth and women empowerment for peaceful change. Provides training in organizing women groups. Skills building (computer, sewing), in school youth counseling groups (Lodge, Sophia, Tucville, East Ruimveldt) and job placement. E Luckhoo street Lodge Housing Scheme
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 227-1011-3
Clonel Samuels WOMEN ACROSS DIFFERENCES Educational Programmes for Women. Help & Shelter Building, Homestretch Avenue, Georgetown.
  227-3974
Dmitri Nicholson YOUTH CHALLENGE GUYANA Provides care, support and advocacy for PLHIV, information and education on a wide range of health and social issues, VCT outreach and youth mentorship 291 Thomas Street, South C/burg, G/town   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 225-0129, 227-5924, FAX, 223-7885
Bakja BAKJA HEALTH MOVEMENT CLINIC Provides healthcare in the form of traditional, holistic, alternative and conventional medical (when necessary) treatment for in and out patients; Shelter and convalescent services for senior citizens for various periods 32 – 33 Dr Miller Street, Triumph E.C.D
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 220-2254
Wendy Sharda Rupan BEACON FOUNDATION Care of cancer patients - Hospice programme; Providing meals to people in need; Catering for Drop- in- Center, Sacred Heart; Feeding programs for school children 127 Quamina & Carmichael Street, Cummingsburg, Georgetown   226-2533
Jaya Manichand CHILDREN LEGAL AID PROJECT Provides free and subsidize legal services in both civil and criminal matters to persons who cannot afford to employ a member of a private bar. Under the children’s Legal aid project, anyone under 18 is automatically entitled to free legal aid Maraj Building, 185 Charlotte & King Streets, Georgetown
  225-9238, 59246, 56896
Carole Persaud DEMERARA LIONESS CLUB Social Services assistance for school children's educational books and school clothes 67 Bel Air, Georgetown
  225-2898
Manjula Brijmohan INSTITUTE OF PRIVATE ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT Loans available to small and medium size business; Technical training provided to all borrowers Lot 254 South Road, Bourda, and Georgetown
  226-4675\ 225-8949
S.M.V. Nasseer INTERNATIONAL LION'S CLUB Sight conservation; Programmes in Health & welfare, Sports & games and Education. P.O. Box 10602, Georgetown   225-9441/226-7571
REGION 5
Gloria Lindo-Wolf CALCUTTA DEVELOPMENT GROUP Prepare and serve hot meal to school children Women and children: community visits to deal with social issues for women and children. Court support; Canteen . Calcutta Mahaicony East Coast Demerara
  592- 232- 1108, 592- 643-5480
 REGION 6    
Ms. Simone Bailey-Hoyte COMFORTING HEARTS Care support and advocacy for PLHIV, VCT, Prevention with in and out of school youths, CCC, identifying, Counseling referring cases of abuse, HIV information and education programmes for groups in Regions 5 and 6. 6-16 Coburg Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 333-4722, 333-6351,333-2837
Ms. Annette Jaundoo FAMILY AWARENESS CONSCIOUSNESS & TOGETHERNESS (FACT) Referrals, VCT, Prevention, A, B, C, H & PC, OVC, In and out of school youth program Women: DV interventions, court support, child care, counseling, drug abuse, prevent--- home visits, support groups, awareness sessions. 72-83 No. 78 Village Corriverton This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 592-335-3889 or 3990
Nalyn Katryan ROADSIDE BAPTIST Counseling, skills training empowerment, self esteem, marketing management, single parents, women of worth (WOW), referrals and counseling for battered women. Home school between 30- 45, channel children who exit the programs into finding jobs, counseling perpetrators of domestic violence. 161 - 168 # 68 Corentyne, Berbice This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 592-338-4215, 592-338-4213
Ms. Chandy Blaise SALVATION ARMY TRAINING CENTRE Classes for adults in Sewing, Computer literacy, Craft and Math (a fee is charged). Phonics classes for primary school children classes are free. 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice   333-2491
Mr. Alex Foster ST. FRANCIS COMMUNITY DEVELOPERS Community empowerment, skills based and non skills based training in a wide range of areas, Preservation centre, Day care centre, Care support and advocacy for PLHIV, VCT, Prevention with in and out of school youths, CCC, identifying, Counseling referring cases of abuse, Literacy, Library services, HIV information and education programmes, coaching for organisation development and strengthening, and many more through its twenty two subsidiary locations. (HO) Complex, Area AA, J. C Chandisingh;Avenue, Portuguese Quarter, Port Mourant;Corentyne, Berbice This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it./Website"> This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. sfcdguyana.org 333-4090/ 4091, 333-4095, 333, Fax (592) 337-4320
Eskar Adams THE TRANSTIONAL HOUSE Women and children: Providing rehabilitation and reintegration to addicts, prisoners, the psychologically and sexually abused and deported and deserted. Follow up for people who exit the program. Providing training in life skills, social skills, and job skills to facilitate their integration into the community. Literacy programs. Organizing group and community activities to help to develop residents’ interest in healthy hobbies and productive lifestyles. Career Development or skills training e.g. leather craft. Volunteerism. Address sexual and other abuse cases, counseling, children running away from schools, drug prevention, drug use or abuse intervention, Berbice High, Vryman Erving Secondary, Ben Educational Institute provide hot meals for children and adults. Children: Mentorship to in and out of school youths; HIV Awareness in 7 schools; Community development, Education and development on Teen Parenting Prevention, drug and alcohol abuse.

Lot 31 Penitentiary Walk Queenstown,

N/A. Berbice

  592-333-2229, 592- 614-2742
Ms. Eulanie Ouseley UNITED BRICK LAYERS (CARE POINT) Women and children: OVC care and support (psychosocial), hotmeal and after school, HIV prevention education for male and female sex workers. Prevention behavior change, field work, VCT mobile. 25 -25 Charles Place New Amsterdam
  592-333-3322,
592-333-4525, 592-696-9899
REGION 7    
Ellen Odwin ADULT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION School dropout CXC program, skills based training, catering, garment construction, entrepreneurial skills, day care training, preschool training, Train teachers for day care, preschool, and nursery. Collaborates with MLHSSS. 62 2nd Ave Bartica
  592-455-2598, 592-455-2455
Irene Perreira GUYANA RED CROSS SOCIETY Provide first aid and hygiene kits, distribute foodstuff and school supplies, provide counseling and training on HIV awareness, prevention, distribute IEC materials, visit disabled persons and distribute hampers to them. 37 4th Avenue, Bartica
  592-455-0141, 592-669-6653
Ivor Melville HOPE FOUNDATION HIV, STI prevention, A & B for children, ABCD, VCT, Training /capacity building in cookery, sewing, craft, self esteem, goal setting, etiquette, AMS, hospitality, OVC support group for PLHIV, counseling, care support and advocacy, IT training. 18 6th Avenue , Bartica This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 592-455-3144, Fax 455-2891
 Region 8    
Marbel Thomas GUYANA RED CROSS SOCIETY Prevention, IEC materials, Mobile VCT, hold discussions and provide information on HIV, distribute condoms Mahdia Region 8   592-675-8107
Marbel Thomas RED THREAD Prevention, IEC materials, Mobile VCT, hold discussions and provide information on HIV, distribute condoms Mahdia Region 8   592-675-8107
Marbel Thomas YOUTH CHALLENGE GUYANA Prevention, IEC materials, Mobile VCT, hold discussions and provide information on HIV, distribute condoms Mahdia, Region 8   592-675-8107
 REGION 9    
Noel Prudencio GUYANA RED CROSS SOCIETY LETHEM (only branch in Rupununi) Community based health and first aid security for women and children, water and sanitation, youth group, peer educators and training, HIV awareness, self esteem, behavior change for young people, distribute hygiene kits, clothing and utensils. Barrack Retreat Rd. Lethem, Central Rupununi noelprudencio@ yahoo.com 592-654-5289
Terrence Trapnell REMOTE AREA MEDICAL – GUYANA INC. HIV awareness, VCT (only fixed VCT site), DV mobile, community meetings, cervical cancer screening, radiation, transportation for outreach, services and medical emergencies, mobile testing in North Rupununi, specialize patients action networking, medical immigration cases. 170 Complex Cresent , Lethem
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 592-677-6347,
592-622-0030
Erwin Thompson YOUTH CHALLENGE GUYANA(LETHEM) Working in Central Rupununi to provide HIV /STI awareness, life skills for out of school youths, computer and music classes, remedial literacy classes, youth club, making a children’s park that is run by the RDC. 181 Jason’s Junction
  592-654-5250
REGION 10
Vernon Todd FOR THE CHILDRENS’ SAKE FOUNDATION VCT, Feeding (Hot meals to 75 children), Peer education- counseling, youth Friendly space for 85 youths, child care counseling, Be safe program. Youths can call or text and ask questions or contact counselor, counsel and refer drug users. 306 1 mile Wismar, Linden  

592- 444-5772,
592- 611- 5611,
592- 699- 2286

Basil Benn LINDEN CARE FOUNDATION provide education on prevention of HIV’AIDS through peer education; provide care and support for persons living with or affected by HIV/AIDS (includes, legal and medical services, low cost vitamins for opportunistic infections and multi-vitamins); Capacity building sessions, peer education programmes, voluntary testing and counseling as it relates to HIV.AIDS. Prevention, care, support, advocacy of HIV; counseling DV issues, OVC parenting, socialization, literacy, child cre, counseling, addressing child abuse, child protection, home and relative, children schools and club, court support for children. Linmine Office Complex, Causarina Drive, Mac Kenzie, Linden (Region 10) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 444-2827, 2829, 6693
Kay Forde ONE LOVE ORGANIZATION GUYANA Cater to the needs of sex workers, Issue school items(clothing, books), domestic violence intervention, addressing teenage pregnancies, ongoing Literacy classes for CSW, building self esteem. Kwakwani Water Front   592- 655- 5485
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