Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation: Competition Announcement

The U.S. Embassy in Gaborone, Botswana is pleased to announce the annual call for proposals for the Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP). This fund supports projects in countries around the world – including Botswana – to preserve cultural heritage in three areas: Cultural Sites – such as historic buildings and archaeological sites; Cultural Objects ...
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Peace Corps National Museum Exhibition Opening

Today, we celebrate the power of a simple idea – that by working hand in hand with communities across the world, we can make a better place for all. After 50 years, you might think it easy to talk about the work of Peace Corps . Of course, it’s easy to give the facts: Over 2,500 volunteers ...
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Dancing to Connect Performance with Battery Dance & Mophato Theater

Thank you for coming to this very special Bot50 celebration event. We are proud of the 50-year relationship between the United States and Botswana, and look forward to the next 50 years and beyond. What better way to celebrate this relationship than through the universal language and joy of dance! Through our Arts Envoy Program the U.S. Embassy ...
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12th Annual Black History Month Film Festival Opening

Good evening.  It is a pleasure to be here with you tonight to commemorate Black History Month.  This is the twelfth year the United States Embassy and the University of Botswana have partnered to celebrate through the Black History Month Film Festival.  This film festival celebrates the central role that African Americans have played in ...
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Poetry Night at the Maun International Arts Festival

Good evening, everyone. I am thrilled to be at the Maun International Poetry Festival’s renowned “Poetry Night.” We have been a proud supporter of this festival for the past three years, and I wish to thank our colleagues at Poetavango for their enduring support, collaboration, and friendship – in particular Legodile Seganabeng, Thato Molosi and ...
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