September 27, 2010
By Leticia Ramjag and Joylin Greaves Bibi Ramcharran registered at the Herstelling Health Centre when she learnt she was pregnant. She then continued to visit the clinic with her daughter, Aneisa, who is now a healthy 14-month old girl.
March 17, 2009
Since the mid-1990s the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has been the leading source of multilateral financing for Colombia. Over the last 50 years, the IDB has approved more than US$14.8 billion in loans and non-refundable technical cooperation projects for Colombia. Throughout its history, the IDB has supported the Colombian government and private sector in key development areas such as infrastructure, state modernization and reform, small and medium enterprise, agriculture, energy, climate change and environmental protection.
August 24, 2007
A selection of 39 artworks by recognized Caribbean artists will be on display in a new art exhibit at the IDB. This vibrant exhibit coming from a collection of two thousand works, of the Organization of American States (OAS) Art Museum of the Americas, features paintings, sculptures, drawings, engravings and photographs by masters such as Amelia Peláez, Juan José Sicre and Mario Carreño. The selection centers on countries that represent the Spanish, English, French and Dutch speaking Caribbean, offering a broad perspective of the region.
June 01, 2006
Referred to as the Land of Six Peoples, the face of Guyana is diverse, with a mixture of East Indian, African, European and Amerindian ethic groups, among others. Expressions of this Caribbean country’s racial and cultural diversity are vividly reflected in its art, currently on display in the exhibit, The Arts of Guyana: A Multicultural Caribbean Adventure, at the IDB´s Cultural Center through August 11, 2006.
June 01, 2006
A new exhibit in the IDB Cultural Center Gallery entitled “The Arts of Guyana: A Multicultural Caribbean Adventure” features both utilitarian utensils made by the Guyanese Amerindians and paintings, sculptures, and leather and fiber objects by contemporary artists from different ethnic backgrounds living in Guyana.
March 01, 2006
By Charo QuesadaWhen Mexicans or Panamanians say they are “going to the Chino for groceries” they are not talking about some Chinese individual that happened to open a business around the corner from where they live. In their countries, the Chinese store has become an institution with a long tradition, providing a large and convenient selection of basic products, at low cost and with convenient business hours.