WiSci Namibia 2018 STEAM Camp Empowers Girls

Delivering on the Africa Bureau’s goal to promote inclusive country-led development, the fourth Women in Science (WiSci) Girls STEAM Camp – hosted by the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) – leveraged a unique public-private partnership to educate African and American girls in leadership, science, and technology. The 100 high school girls from Namibia, ...
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American students donate ‘The Shoe that Grows’ to Omaungete Mobile School in Opuwo

In the past, the school pupils of Omaungete Mobile School in the Kunene Region would set off to school barefoot. With help from six education students from Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) in the city of Tacoma, Washington in the United States of America, they are now able to walk to school in comfort and safety. ...
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Kutwano giving hope to the people with disabilities through sports

Neatly tucked away in Kamunu village, in the Zambezi region is the Kutwano Organization of Sports for People with Disabilities (PWD). Kutwano, which means ‘working together’ in Silozi has an estimated number of 128 active members, who they train and mentor in different sports disciplines. The American Ambassador to Namibia, Thomas. F. Daughton, through the ...
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Handover of the Linyanti Combined School Fence

Ambassador Thomas F. Daughton remarks at the Official Handover of the Linyanti Combined School Fence  Good afternoon!  Thank you all for joining us today for the official handover of the new Linyanti Combined School fence.  This fence project was one of six initiatives from across Namibia that were supported by the American Embassy during the ...
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Wordsmith to Thrill Namibian Hip Hop & RnB Lovers with Messages of Purpose

The U.S. Embassy’s American Cultural Center in Namibia, under “The American Music Abroad Program”, is hosting a series of public concerts next week on anti-bullying and gender-based violence delivered by American hip-hop group Wordsmith. Wordsmith will perform three concerts while in Namibia.  On Tuesday, November 1, they will perform in Ongwediva at the Sam Nuyoma ...
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Peace Corps Swearing-In Ceremony

Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Thomas Daughton Peace Corps Swearing-In Ceremony October 20, 2016, Municipality Hall, Okahandja Good morning!  It is a great pleasure for me to be here today to launch another generation of Peace Corps Volunteers in Namibia — Americans ready to give of themselves to work alongside Namibians as equal partners in pursuit of shared ...
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20th HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign

Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Thomas F. Daughton 20th HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign at NUST Namibia University for Science and Technology Good morning! It is a real pleasure for me to be here today to join you for the 20th HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign. The Namibia University of Science and Technology is at the forefront of shaping the ...
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