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Samantha Ingrid Bipat
Samantha Ingrid Bipat
Course: MSc Food Security & Development
University: Reading University
Year of completion: 2017

Samantha attended University of Guyana – 2012 Qualification – BSc Agriculture.

Samantha is working for the Ministry of Education SCCP Unit as Education Officer .Her roles and responsibilities are:

  • Assist in developing policies for secondary education especially for Agricultural Science
  • Assist in Planning, monitoring, supervising, evaluating education delivery for Agricultural Science at the secondary level
  • Collaboration with the stakeholders in education for enhancement of schooling
  • Plan, conduct and evaluate professional development activities for teachers
  • Assist with solving problems with access to education at the secondary school level.

On returning home Samantha would like to apply for promotion to senior officer in Agriculture.

Mohabir Raghunath
Mohabir Raghunath
Course: MSc in Water Management
University: Cranfield University
Year of completion: 2007/2008

Mohabir returned to Guyana to work with farmers, large agro-based companies, and the Government. His focus is on the management of water resources for agriculture with emphasis on protecting and conserving the environment.

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