Guyana Vice President Sydney Allicock Receives Global Award

Guyana, South America – June 29, 2017 – The Vice President of Guyana, the Honorable Sydney Allicock, was honored with the iChange Nations™ Person of the Year Award for South America in early June 2017. The award was received in Honorable Allicock’s absence, by Errol Ross. iChange Nations™ honored Honorable Sydney Allicock for his commitment to empowering the indigenous people of Guyana, South America. He has created an institute called Bina Hill Institute, which serves as a skills development education facility committed to teaching the indigenous community skills so they can produce jobs and enhance the quality of life for themselves and others. iChange Nations™ considers Bina Hill, a “heroic institute” that the Honorable Sydney Allicock has created for the benefit of his country and the people. “The work that the Vice President of Indigenous People Affairs for Guyana, Sydney Allicock, has done here, is the type of work that is needed to help eradicate poverty from the world,” says Dr. Clyde Rivers.
Dr. Rivers continued to say, “To have such a leader in the country of Guyana and the world that is caring for the next generations is deserving of special recognition. iChange Nations™ has seen the fruit of this man’s labors for his country and believes he is worthy of being recognized as the iChange Nations™ Person of the Year Award, South America.”

 

In addition to the iChange Nations™ prestigious Person of the Year Award for South America, Honorable Allicock also received the iChange Nations Challenged Champions and Heroes™ Award for being a champion for the indigenous people of his nation. This award is given to men and women that are championing those with challenges in life. Rivers said, “Honorable Allicock is a strong example of a role model that is working hard to help such people in his nation and around the world by creating solutions to answer challenges.”

 

Golden Rule Dialogue Expert, Dr. Clyde Rivers, has put out a plea to every leader of the world. He asks, “Please, let us treat others the way we want to be treated, even as the Vice President of Guyana, Honorable Sydney Allicock, is doing for his nation and the world. We will only succeed in bringing peace and hope to this world when every individual born is able to bring their skills as a solution to the problems of the world.”

 

Dr. Clyde Rivers, founder and president of iChange Nations™ said, “We have set our focus to thank the great people of the world that are preserving humanity, serving others, and making the world a better place. We had no idea how fast this Culture of Honor would grow but today we have reached 120 nations of the world through our honor systems. Everywhere we go we find people doing good things to help mankind and people that are living the Golden Rule, ‘Treat others the way you want to be treated.’ The combined efforts of the iChange Nations™ Honor System, the Golden Rule International Award System and others organizations and institutions we work with, have catapulted iChange Nations’™ Culture of Honor to the top. Giving us the ability to say we are the World’s Largest Honoring Network Establishing Cultures of Honor in the World.”

 

Dr. Clyde Rivers is the founder and president of iChange Nations™, a professional institution that builds Statesmen by equipping, mentoring and training highly esteemed individuals who have the desire to change nations throughout the world. The organization is seeking to bring global awareness by strategically helping nations to educate, train and support the Nation Building Process designed to improve the dignity and betterment of human life. This international platform focuses on establishing effective relationships to help people understand the value of honor and basic human rights.

 

 

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