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Guyana Faith Leaders Consultation in Georgetown. Source: caricom.org

GUYANA

Bishop Francis Alleyne OSB of Georgetown was among a contingent of Guyana faith leaders participating in a series of regional meetings under the PANCAP—Pan Caribbean Partnership Against HIV/AIDS Justice for All Programme who all agreed to incorporate HIV messages into their faith-based work and planned activities.

PANCAP convened the Guyana Faith Leaders Consultation June 3 at the CARICOM Secretariat, Georgetown. Among those present were religious leaders from the Inter-Religions Organisation of Guyana (IRO) and Family Federation for World Peace, Rastafari Council, the Baha’is of Guyana, Seventh Day Adventist, Anglican Diocese of Guyana and members of PANCAP and the National AIDS Programme Secretariat (Guyana).

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