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  • Charge d'Affaires with Award Recipients

    Awards for Gabonese Investigators

    Chargé d’Affaires, the Police Chief and the Regional Security Officer present awards to six Gabonese investigators for work on the investigation into the murder of a Peace Corps Volunteer.

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  • Embassy Chargé visits PROGRAM

    Embassy Chargé visits PROGRAM

    Embassy Chargé visited PROGRAM, a U.S.-funded conservation, development, and ecotourism NGO working in and around Moukalaba-Doudou National Park near Tchibanga.

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  • Africom delivers clean water

    Africom delivers clean water

    Charge d’Affairs Dante Paradiso officially opened an AFRICOM project to construct a new water tower in a village on the island of Sao Tome. Now clean water runs directly to village residents.

  • Charge celebrates Black History Month

    Charge celebrates Black History Month

    In celebration of Black History Month, Charge d’Affaires Judy Buelow spoke with bilingual school children about African American contribution to American history and culture.

  • A new American Corner in Sao Tome

    A new American Corner in Sao Tome

    As a part of the U.S. State Department’s Arts Envoy program, American artist Edgar Arceneaux redesigned a library on the campus of the Instituto Superior Polytechnic, Sao Tome’s public university.

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