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Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Thomas Daughton Memorial Service for Peace Corps Volunteer John Petersen

Life begins and ends with family.  Families celebrate life together at the dawn of new beginnings and in times of exciting transitions.  And families grieve together in times of sorrow.  Families share the joy of new life, and they bear the terrible burden when life ends. Families also come in many forms, and involve many ...
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Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Thomas Daughton “One Step Closer to Preventing Cervical Cancer” Health Walk for Cancer

Good morning.  I am delighted to be here today on behalf of the United States government to applaud Namibia’s people and government for taking bold steps in the prevention and control of cervical cancer.  It is my honor today to hand over potentially life-saving equipment that will complement efforts to improve timely screening and treatment ...
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Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Thomas F. Daughton Orange Babies Self-Help Project Launch in Rehoboth

Good morning and thank you for joining us at the official launch of the new and expanded Orange Babies Computer Lab in Rehoboth.  This is one of five initiatives that the U.S. Embassy supports through the Ambassador’s Self-Help Fund.   The Self-Help Fund is a grassroots assistance program that enables the United States Embassy to assist ...
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U. S. Embassy Provides Tools for Success in Rehoboth

United States Ambassador Thomas F. Daughton officially opened the newly expanded Orange Babies Computer Lab in Rehoboth. The computer lab is one of five grassroots initiatives the U.S. Embassy is supporting through the Ambassador’s Self-Help Fund this year. The fund awarded a total of US$ 47,000 (approx. N$518,000) to five projects in the Erongo, Hardap, ...
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