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ANANSI: the spider, the trickster, the man. His tales of cunning and mischief have interested children for generations, from the tales dating back to African folklore in places like Ghana. The stories of Anansi have managed to survive and become a part of Guyanese and Caribbean culture as we know it and, in recent times, […]

EdYou FM’s Broadcasters and Support Staff recently participated in a two-day workshop led by Veteran Radio Broadcaster, Merrano Isaacs. The workshop covered both theoretical concepts and practical applications of best broadcasting practices. This training session was part of EdYou FM’s mandate to improve the distance education service provided to Guyana.

Team EDYOU FM last week visited a few communities in the Upper Mazaruni District to conduct a community sensitization outreach. The team stationed in Kamarang and visited the two villages on the right and left extremes of the district, i.e. Paruima, the only Arekuna community in Guyana and Phillipai, a remote Akawaio village in the […]

A team led by EdYou FM’s Station Manager, Ayanna Waddell, recently facilitated a one-week Radio Script Writing Workshop with teachers from schools across Berbice, Region Six. During the one-week event, the teachers were exposed to unique techniques to construct scripts for listening-only audiences (radio). The scripts produced consisted of educational content based on the Ministry […]

Credit (The Virtual University for Small States of the Commonwealth (VUSSC) | Supporting teachers’ choice key in Guyana ( Freedom of choice. It’s a seemingly simple notion but this often-elusive concept was one of the key factors behind the VUSSC work done in collaboration with Director Quenita Walrond-Lewis’s team from the National Centre for Educational […]

The first quarter of 2023 saw EDYOU FM facilitating several schools on tour of its facility. As a result of the influx of schools desirous of visiting the radio station, EDYOU FM is proud to announce the introduction of its ‘Virtual Tour’ on the station’s website,, now available to anyone with access to the […]

Exactly nineteen days after its announcement of radio signal in Kamarang, EDYOU FM, in a groundbreaking move, assumes broadcasting in the remote indigenous village of Kaikan, Region 7 on 99.9 FM. Kaikan is a bordering community along the Wenamu River – part of the Essequibo River Basin which forms a portion of the international boundary […]

Since its initial broadcast in Georgetown and communities within proximity in June 2022, EDYOU FM has vastly expanded its network reach. From reaching just the capital city and its surroundings, EDYOU FM has a presence in all ten administrative regions of Guyana, with Kamarang, Region 7 -Cuyuni Mazaruni, being the latest community to receive the […]

National Special Education Needs ( SEN) Officer, Ms. Savvie Hopkinson-Hamilton, this afternoon, facilitated an information session to encourage staff of the National Centre for Educational Resource Development ( NCERD) to embrace and accept persons with Down Syndrome. She highlighted that the message of WITH US NOT FOR US speaks to the human rights approach to […]

Theme: Future Directions in Inclusive Education Today, the Special Education Needs (SEN) Unit in collaboration with Childlink Inc., through the “One Life Too” Project, hosted a training workshop at the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) for teachers of children with Autism in Special Schools and Mainstream schools. National SEN Officer Ms. Savvie Hopkinson […]


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