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suicide prevention and related issues.
Remember "Sucide Prevention is Everybody's Business!"
The Caribbean Voice Inc is a New York State registered, non-profit NGO, currently engaged in suicide prevention with a focus on Guyana, which, with a population of about three quarters of a million, has the highest suicide rate in the world. Everybody, the tens of thousands who visit this website monthly, are aware of our suicide prevention campaign. And the news component of this website was relaunched this year with hope that for the opportunity to visit here and stay abreast of news relating to Caribbeans around the world, each visitor would donate US1.00 per month. In fact, given the access to the most comprehensive Caribbean word news anywhere on the web and the fact that this free service takes us hours each day to put together, a donation of US$1.00 per month is almost like asking for nothing. To date however, our appeal has literally fallen on deaf ears. Given this reality we have decided that unless it becomes worthwhile by year end, we will discontinue the news component of this website, since we would have to focus on other means of fundraising to support our suicide prevention campaign. Hopefully it won't come to that, but for now we again put out our appeal - US$1.00 a month or $10.00 a year. Donations can be made to the GoFundMe campaign or checks, made out to The Caribbean Voice, can be mailed to 1936 Daly Avenue, Bronx, NY 10460. Our time and efforts updating this website and carrying out our suicide prevention campaign are voluntary. Please help us save lives!
Meanwhile we also ask that you please support our petition to the President of Guyana for a registry of sex offenders. Please click HERE, sign the petition, share as widely as possible and persuade others to sign. Anyone can sign. We are aiming for 10,000 signatures before we deliver the petition. Help make communities safer for the vulnerable - women and youth.
Abuse is not love!
Abuse scars for life!
Ask! Listen! Respect! No means No!
Say NO to drugs! Its far too easy to become addicted!
Drunk driving kills!
Alcoholism is a fatal disease!
Our Guyana Itinerary
Friday August 21: National Stakeholders' Conference on Suicide and related Issues, at Cara Hotel, Georgetown, from 8am to 5pm.
Saturday August 22: First Annual El Dorado Awards at Cara Hotel, Georgetown, from 3pm to 7pm.
Sunday August 23: In house training for members of TCV (Guyana) along with others TBD.
Friday August 28: Launch of our Walk & rally Campaign in Region Two.
TBD: Launch of Billboard Campaign
TBD: Meetings with various stakeholders.
For further information please contact Bibi at 621- 6111 or 223-2637 (Guyana) Annan at 718-542-4454 or 646-461-0574 (USA) or email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meanwhile The Caribbean Voice lauds the efforts of our partner, Save Abee Foundation on its Annual Medical Outreach, currently ongoing in Guyana. We are certain that as usual, they will substantially impact the lives of all those served in the course of their outreach.
We also take this opportunity to congratulate the New Jersey Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission (NJASM) and its head, Pandit Suresh Sugrim, on the opening of their skills training center at Port Mourant in Berbice, Guyana. We are certain that the services to be offered will improve the quality of life of residents as NJASM has been doing for all these years.
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