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  • U.S. Government Hosts Training for Magistrates Nationwide

    U.S. Government Hosts Training for Magistrates Nationwide

    U.S. Ambassador Thomas Daughton, visiting U.S. District Judge Curtis Gomez, U.S. Magistrate Judge Patrick White, Clerk of Court Sheryl Loesch and U.S. Dept of Justice Attorney Michelle Crawford with Namibian Magistrate officers in Windhoek.

  • U.S. Ambassador Thomas Daughton

    Namibia Trade Information Portal Launch

    U.S. Ambassador to Namibia Thomas Daughton and Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein with Bevan Simataa, Commissioner of Customs & Excise, at the Namibia Trade Information Portal Launch.

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  • Deputy Chief of Mission John Kowalski

    Intrapreneurship, Diplomacy & GES

    USG Alumnus/UNAM Lecturer Dr. Wilfred April and Deputy Chief of Mission John Kowalski promoted to university students the intersection of intrapreneurship, entrepreneurship, diplomacy & the Global Entrepreneurship Summit occurring in Kenya July 24-26.

  • Ambassador Thomas Daughton

    U.S. Secretary of the Navy visit Namibia

    Ray Mabus, U.S. Secretary of the Navy, paid a courtesy call on H.E President Dr. Hage G. Geingob at State House. The visiting U.S. delegation explored opportunities for increased collaboration on a range of maritime-related issues.

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    US/Namibia clears more remnants of war

    Lieutenant Colonel Robert Johanek and Ambassador Thomas Daughton explain the importance of EOD equipment’s to Deputy Minister of Defence Billy Mwaningange, Brigadier General Ben Kadhila and Brigadier General Joseph Kakoto at the official handover ceremony.

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  • U.S. Government Hosts Training for Magistrates Nationwide

    The U.S. Embassy in Windhoek has hosted training for Namibian Magistrates from all the fourteen regions of the country this week entitled "Judicial Professionalism and Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement." U.S. Ambassador Thomas Daughton and visiting U.S. Judges recognized participating Namibian magistrates in a brief closing and certificate ceremony at the NamPower Convention Centre in Windhoek. Training has been designed to give technical assistance to strengthen Namibia’s justice sector infrastructure, assist with case management skills development, and emphasize a team approached to fighting crime. The training has been sponsored by the U.S. government as part of a collaboration between Namibia's judiciary, the U.S. Office of the Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training (OPDAT) and the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property section (CCIPS).

  • New Namibia Online Information Portal Breaks Down Barriers to Trade

    The U.S. Government, in partnership with Namibia’s Ministry of Finance and Namibia’s Customs & Excise, launched a powerful new tool to increase and facilitate cross-border trade. The "Namibia Trade Information Portal" is a web-based platform that provides an authoritative "one-stop shop" of readily accessible trade, customs and compliance information. It is designed to significantly reduce the time and effort required for local and international traders to access current information and documentation required for doing business. The portal is the culmination of many years of collaboration between government of Namibia agencies and ministries and the U.S. government, working through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Southern Africa Trade Hub Project.

  • U.S. Ambassador Discusses Educational Cooperation with IUM

    U.S. Ambassador Thomas Daughton met with administrators of The International University of Management (IUM) to explore opportunities for continued educational cooperation between the United States and Namibia. IUM Founder Dr. David Richard Namwandi welcomed Ambassador Daughton and his team.

    "We share the same ambition to help develop a skilled workforce that can meet Namibia’s economic and social development needs," said Ambassador Daughton.

  • U.S. Namibia clears more remnants of war

    The US Ambassador to Namibia Thomas Daughton said when the US government first began working with the Namibian Defence Force on landmine clearance in 1995, major progress in locating and removing landmines have since been achieved.

    "Our collaborative efforts over 20 years resulted in the location and removal of almost all landmines from Namibian territory. [With] more than 5,000 in total," said Daughton, while speaking at a handover ceremony of $126 000 worth of training aids and support equipment, as part of an EOD training project at the leopard Valley Military Base on the outskirts of Windhoek.

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    Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Thomas F. Daughton Independence Day Celebration July 2, 2015, Hilton Hotel
    On Independence Day, we celebrate our history and we reaffirm our commitment to the fundamental rights we value most:  life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  We also reaffirm our commitment to the self-evident truth that all people are created equal.  As President Obama often reminds us:  What binds our nation together is not the colors of our skin, the tenets of our faith, or the origins of our names.  What binds us as Americans is the certainty that all people, everywhere, are created equal.

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