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…and more than $45M in supplies The Guyana/Haiti relief efforts stand at $258M in cash at the banks and more than $45M in items donations.Yesterday,Cheap NFL Jerseys China, even as Guyana prepared to ship 11 more containers to the earthquake devastated Caricom nation, Guyana Haiti Relief Committee Chairperson,China NFL Jerseys, Minister Priya Manickchand, collected several other donations amounting to more than $3M.Caption Minister Priya Manickchand at centre stands with yesterdays donors The University of Guyana, through Vice Chancellor, Professor Lawrence Carrington, handed over a cash donation of $540,188. He said that the amount represents monies collected from both the Turkeyen and Tain Campuses and from the participants of the University’s Quality Assurance Workshop.Businessman,cheap nfl jerseys, Jerome Khan,Wholesale Jerseys Cheap, donated $1.48M in items including Chemical respirators, gloves, and long and steel tip boots among other items. He said the donation is made by him and his wife to assist in the heavy duty cleanup efforts.Laparkan Freight Department, through Deborah Blackmoore, donated $100,000 while the Ministry of Works and Communication and its many agencies donated in excess of $425,000.Yesterday, too, Gail Vieira, of Vizion Sounds who with Hits and Jams organised the United for Haiti concert handed over a cheque valued at $516,000.Minister Manickchand reported that in addition to the four containers that were shipped last week,Discount NFL Jerseys, eleven more will leave the local ports today.She also assured that some of the items shipped have already reached the Haitian shores. “We assure that the items will reach the people directly affected and not remain parked here.” Colonel Chabilall Ramsarup, head of the Civil Defence Commission said some of the monies have been used to purchase commodities such as rice and flour and to pay shipping costs.He however said that the decision on the release of the monies to the Haitians will depend on Cabinet.Meanwhile,Cheap NFL Jerseys China, Minister Manickchand commended persons who have and are still continuing to donate cash and clothing. She advised then that they should continue to do so.   (Mondale Smith)