Author: EDYOU FM Staff

EdYou FM, a pioneering force in education and technology, recently launched its first pop-up event called EdCafé. This dynamic concept aims to showcase the Ministry of Education’s products, EdPal and EdYou FM while contributing to the Agricultural development of Schools. The colourful images captured the essence of the event, featuring enthusiastic participants and supporters, reinforcing […]

H.E. First Lady Mrs. Arya Ali continues to forge ahead on her mission to end period poverty in Guyana. Since its inception in 2021, the Office of the First Lady’s Menstrual Hygiene Initiative has provided approximately 32,000 female students per year with sanitary napkins. This initiative seeks to supply school-aged girls across the country with […]

  Historical Insight In the heart of Guyana’s Region 9, nestled amidst the verdant embrace of nature, lies the village of Kumu. Formerly known as Kumoa, this land bears the rich heritage of the Macushi Tribe, where the spirit of community intertwines with the lush tapestry of tradition. As I embarked on my journey into […]

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the Hon. Minister, Priya Manikchand on her recent appointment to the board of the Global Partnership for Education (GPE). Ms Manickchand’s journey, from her law degree to serving as an attorney and then as a minister, reflects her unwavering commitment to making a difference in people’s lives. Her dedication […]

Hinterland regions will see further improvement in education throughout the year. Plans are already in motion to alleviate a number of issues, including overcrowding particularly in border communities, as well as maintenance of dormitories. This is according to Minister of Education the Honourable Priya Manickchand, as she outlined some of the Ministry’s objectives for regions […]

Written by: Esther Hamer (Kreative Arts) and Ayanna Waddell An EdYou FM Production Granny always told the best stories on the darkest nights. Nights when the moon was on holiday and the stars were too far to lend their light. Sometimes, the stories were scary of ole higues, canaima, churile and the like. Sometimes, they […]

The Special Education Needs (SEN) Unit of the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) on Thursday facilitated a workshop with Special Education Needs (SEN) Educators. During his presentation, Head of EdYou FM, Mr. Phillip Williams discussed the Ministry of Education’s efforts to integrate technology in management, classrooms, and the community. Mr. Williams concentrated on […]

The National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) has joined other local bodies to show their support for those who survived breast cancer, those who are fighting it and those who lost the battle with this dreaded disease. The walk started at the NCERD’s office in Kingston, Georgetown, and culminated at the Kitty roundabout.   […]

NCERD is currently hosting a three-month Spanish workshop for education officers, staff, and other interested individuals. Both practical and theoretical sessions are being facilitated by Ms. Latoya Atwell, a bilingual educator who has a passion for teaching. During the workshop’s opening ceremony, Phillip Williams, Head of EdYou FM, expressed the station’s commitment to serving the […]

(September 25, 2023) – The Ministry of Education on Monday launched EDpal, an innovative application set to revolutionize the way learners from across the country access educational content at their convenience. This groundbreaking initiative aims to provide a convenient and effective tool for reinforcing learning, reviewing challenging subjects, and improving academic performance, utilizing approved content […]


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