Monday, January 28, 2013

On an Educational Program With National Significance: Baha'is meet with the President of Guyana

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In some nations of the world the progress of the Baha'i core activities have a recognized national significance. -gw

A five-year work progamme in communities across Guyana, taking the form of youth education programmes at different age levels and devotional meetings in select areas, has entered its second year for the Baha’i Faith in Guyana.

Jennifer Dewar and other members of the faith met President Donald Ramotar at his office today to explain to him their endeavours and the progress the religious group has been making since the programme started.

...  junior classes for youths 12 to 14; study circles for youths 15 and above seeks to equip beneficiaries with necessary work skills to, among other things, give their time and knowledge back to the programme.
“This is how we raise the teachers for the children’s classes and tutors for the study circle so that the process is self sustaining,” Dewar said in an invited comment to the Government Information Agency (GINA).

Baha’i Faith devotees apprise President of community activities

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