ACP moving from aid to development

first_img From fish sausages to starfruit cake: how female… ACP’s Dr. Patrick Gomes calls on CARICOM… Aug 8, 2017 Guyana’s P.I. Gomes new ACP Secretary-GeneralGuyana’s Ambassador to Belgium and the European Union (EU), Dr. Patrick Ignatius Gomes, was selected as the new Secretary-General of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) at the  100th Session of the Group’s Council of Ministers, held at ACP Headquarters in Brussels, Wednesday 10 December, 2014. See Statement…December 11, 2014In “CARICOM”Guyana Agreement remembered on ACP DayFriday, June 7, 2019 is celebrated as ACP Day.. The Georgetown Agreement establishing the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States was signed on Friday, June 6, 1975 in Georgetown, Guyana. 46 countries signed the Agreement, 37 African, 6 Caribbean and 3 Pacific. Today, the ACP, headquartered in Brussels,…June 7, 2019In “Guyana”SAC welcomes appointment of new ACP Secretary-GeneralThe Sugar Association of the Caribbean (SAC) has welcomed the appointment of Ambassador Patrick Gomes, as the new Secretary-General of the African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) States. The SAC, at a meeting of its Board on 12-13 December, 2014,  in Georgetown, Guyana, pointed out that Ambassador Gomes had been in the…December 15, 2014In “CARDI”Share this on WhatsApp Although it was established 40 years ago, the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) is still relevant today says secretary general Dr Patrick Ignatius Gomes.Guyanese-born Dr Gomes, who is in T&T for a few days before flying back on Tuesday to Brussels, Belgium, where the ACP headquarters is located, said the ACP was trying to shift from a dependency syndrome.Now ten months into his five-year term at the ACP, Dr Gomes said his experience as secretary-general has so far been encouraging, demanding, challenging and interesting. Read more at: Trinidad Guardian Dr Patrick Ignatius Gomes, Secretary General of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP). (Photo via Trinidad Guardian) You may be interested in… Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Oct 7, 2015last_img


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