Center Heads Receive Plaques
Center Heads receive plaques for their regional vocational training centers- Cosdecs. The centers will provide in depth technical skills and are paid for by the American People with Charge' d' Affaires a.i. John Kowalski
New Computer Lab at COSDEC
Charge' d' Affaires, a.i. John Kowalski tours a computer lab at the new MCA-Namibia Cosdec handover ceremony.
Ministry of Defense receives field hospital from PEPFAR
U.S. Embassy Chargé d' Affaires, a.i. Mr. John Kowalski speaks to Namibian Defense Force at hand over of Field HospitalALSO: Story
Successful Media Training Concludes in Windhoek
23 Namibian youth took part in a seven-day journalism training from Oct. 3-9 sponsored by the U.S. Government and the Namibian Media Trust. 11 out of the 14 regions were represented.
Unveil of Signage Ohangwena RSRC
His Excellency Pres. Pohamba and Chargé d' Affaires a.i. John Kowalski unveil signage at the Ohangwena Regional Study and Resource Centre contructed with funding of the U.S. government through the MCC.
The United States, through the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) funded a soccer field, netball court, and basketball court for learners at Oshekasheka Combined School near Ondangwa. “Through the PEPFAR-funded program, youth have become empowered, gained confidence to make the right decisions about their health, and developed leadership skills,” said U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Priscilla Hernandez.
The U.S. Embassy in Namibia congratulates nine Namibian young leaders selected to participate in the Washington Fellowship of the Young African Leaders Initiative June 13-August 31, 2014 in the United States. “The nine selected young leaders distinguished themselves admirably by articulating, in written essays and personal interviews, what they have done to shape the narrative of their country, to lead initiatives in their fields of study or work, and to develop their communities,” said Priscilla Hernandez, U.S. Embassy Acting Deputy Chief of Mission and Public Affairs Officer.
The Governments of the United States and Ethiopia will host a U.S.-Africa Energy Ministerial on June 3-4, 2014 to encourage U.S. and African nations’ public-private cooperation in the energy sector and to support President Obama’s goals for Power Africa to double access to power in sub-Saharan Africa. Private sector companies are encouraged to attend.
Climate change is one of our most urgent, complex, and far-reaching challenges. It also presents opportunities to strengthen U.S. and global security and promote economic growth.
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