Update from Moray House Trust: November 2015 – for Guyanese Online

Update from Moray House Trust: November 2015 – for Guyanese Online

Moray House Trust

Moray House Trust

A few months ago, in September, Moray House Trust inaugurated a new series of Lunchtime Sessions to try to engage smaller audiences on topics that remain taboo in Guyana such as alcoholism, domestic abuse, child abuse and cruelty to animals. We invited a member of Al-Anon to speak about her experience of living with an alcoholic in the family. Al-Anon is an international network of support groups set up to provide understanding, strength and hope to families and friends of problem drinkers.

At the end of September the Trust organised a seminar on The Sugar Industry in Guyana where a panel of four experts presented their views on the sugar industry. 

Read more: Update from Moray House Trust – November 2015

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