Apr 02, 2011 News
The ability of the police to traverse harsh terrains in some interior locations has been boosted by two new All Terrain Vehicles, (ATV). Making the donation was Guyana Goldfields Inc.
The presentation was done by the Company’s Corporate Social Responsibility Human Resources Manager, Ms. Ayaana Caldeira. The two vehicles were presented to Assistant Commissioner Administration, Leroy Brummel.
Upon presenting the items to Mr. Brummel, Ms. Caldira said that since the company will be setting up operations in some interior locations it is only fitting to make the donation.
“This will assist the police greatly in traversing the areas where not only we have operations but other areas where their presence is needed.” She added that given their presence in the interior location the police also have a social responsibility in the areas.
Brummel said that the donation was very timely and will greatly boost the capacity of the force to get to hard reach places. Brummel said that over the years mobility in the interior locations has been a challenge for the police.
Guyana Goldfields Inc. is a Canada-based mineral exploration company primarily focused on the exploration and development of gold deposits in the Guiana Shield of South America.
The Guiana Shield is in the northern part of the Amazon Craton and covers parts of Guyana, Venezuela, Suriname, French Guiana and northern Brazil.
The Company holds advanced exploration projects in various stages of development and has been operating in Guyana continuously since 1996.
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