About Us


The Humanitarian Mission –Guyana, Inc. is non-profit organization formed exclusively for charitable and education purposes, as well for the prevention of cruelty to animals, within the meaning of Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, including the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.


The Humanitarian Mission-Guyana is
focused on the reduction of poverty
and all forms of social ills, in Guyana and elsewhere, through education
of hand, head, and heart.


To provide employable and entrepreneurial skills to persons in need in order to break the cycle of poverty, promote economic self-sufficiency and inspire hope.


1.   Provide quality support activities to immediate rural communities for girls,   women, boys and men;
2.   Provide platforms to help build and maintain self-esteem and self-efficacy   among youths and adults in depressed and other communities;
3.    Reduce and prevent suicide, domestic violence, family planning,
  substance-abuse, and other social ills;
4.    Liaise with governmental and-nongovernmental organizations, child-  conscious organizations, and international organizations for the   implementation of educational and empowerment programs for men,   women, youths and children.


Special Senate Recognition
Congressional Recognition
Resolutions, etc.
Founding Date: 2005
Registered as a Cooperation and operated by the Board of Directors and Executives


Cake Decoration
Garment Construction (Sewing)
Information Technology
Balloon Decoration
Food Handler’s Certification
Classes for CXC (English & Math)
Introduction to beginners Computing
Radio & Electronics
Online Training Via Zoom


Peace & Nonviolence for youths, partners in conjunction
with The B.K. Raja Yoga Center
Coping like a master Partners for adults in conjunction
with The B.K. Raja Yoga Center
Youth Empowerment
Suicide Awareness workshops with Dr. Leela Mangru and singer, songwriter and actress Lisa Punch
Choices & Consequences for youths (17 High Schools)
Walks & Rallies for Suicide Awareness, Mental Health Awareness, Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse, Alcohol, Drugs, etc.
Fathers As Role Models to Take Care of  Their Responsibilities 
Parenting Skills in conjunction with the Ministry of Social Protection
Counseling for teenagers in conjunction with the
Ministry of Public Health/Ministry of Education