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As we welcome  2016, The Caribbean Voice takes this opportunity thank our Board of Directors, Executives, Technical Team, Spokespersons and Members; our partners, sponsors, donors, supporters, well wishers and those who have encouraged us on this journey. We pray that the new year brings you and your family, peace, love, joy, harmony, accolades, achievements,  advancements and accomplishments and grant you all fulfillment and satisfaction. May you all walk with God and be granted Divine Grace and Mercy,

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1. Click HERE for our advertising rates. All revenue garnered via advertising goes towards our suicide prevention campaign. Also please click on the ads on every page you visit. This will help us to garner funds for our suicide prevention campaign.

2. We welcome Romeo Seenjan as a Guyana based member of our board of directors. We also welcome Pandama Winery and Retreat as a partner in our suicide prevention campaign.

3. Click on the news feed link on the left to access the news and related links. We invite readers/users to send us links to articles, responses to what is read, letters and opinions pieces or articles as well as coverage of happenings and events and personalities and achievements in your neck 'o woods so our coverage can be as comprehensive and inclusive as possible. Email us at caribvoice@aol.com or post via message on our facebook page. Call 718-542-4454 or 646-461-0574.

4. The Caribbean Voice is holding a press conference at Cara Lodge in Georgetown, Guyana on february 12, to launch a series of suicide prevention activities in collaboration with various partners and supporters.

5. Our trip, by Diaspora members, to Guyana, is set for July 3 to 17. It will coincide with the trip of Save Abee Foundation and we will be joined by Imagine Nation Foundation and Millennium Sistas. Click HERE for more information.

6. The Caribbean Voice applauds the suicide prevention initiatives of Dr. Suresh Sugrim (NJASM) and his team in Berbice and of Dr. VIndhya Persaud (Dharmic Sabbha) and her team in Eessequibo. And we welcome the suicide prevention plan recently unveiled by the government of Guyana throgh the Ministry of Public Health.

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