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  • U.S. Ambassador Presents Credentials in Vanuatu

    U.S. Ambassador Presents Credentials in Vanuatu

    United States Ambassador to Vanuatu Catherine Ebert-Gray presented her credentials to His Excellency President Baldwin Lonsdale at the State House in Port Vila, Vanuatu on July 5, 2016.

  • Women of Courage Award Nominee honored

    Women of Courage Award Nominee honored

    Dorosday Kenneth Watson has been honored as the Vanuatu nominee for the 2016 U.S. Secretary of State’s International Women of Courage Award. Ms. Kenneth Watson was honored in recognition of her work advocating for women in Vanuatu becoming empowered in the political, economic, and civic arenas.

  • Embassy Launches New USAID C-CAP Project

    Embassy Launches New USAID C-CAP Project

    U.S. Ambassador Catherine Ebert-Gray visited Gabagaba village to inaugurate the new rainwater catchment systems constructed through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Coastal Community Adaptation Project (C-CAP).

  • Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2016

    Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2016

    In June 2016 President Obama will host the seventh annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) at Stanford University. The application for investors, funders, accelerators and incubators to apply to attend President Obama’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Silicon Valley, June 22 – 24, at Stanford University is now open.

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  • Presidential Proclamation -- Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, 2016

    Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) are the fastest growing racial group in our country, growing over 4 times as rapidly as the population of the United States. As one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse groups in America, the AAPI community reminds us that though we all have distinct backgrounds and origins, we are bound in common purpose by our shared hopes and dreams for ourselves and our children. Our Nation's story would be incomplete without the voices of countless Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders who have called the land we all love home. This month, we honor the irreplaceable roles they have played in our past, and we recommit to ensuring opportunities exist for generations of AAPIs to come.

  • Presidential Proclamation -- Women's History Month, 2016

    Throughout history, women have driven humanity forward on the path to a more equal and just society, contributing in innumerable ways to our character and progress as a people. In the face of discrimination and undue hardship, they have never given up on the promise of America: that with hard work and determination, nothing is out of reach. During Women's History Month, we remember the trailblazers of the past, including the women who are not recorded in our history books, and we honor their legacies by carrying forward the valuable lessons learned from the powerful examples they set.

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  • U.S. Presidential Election Reporting Seminar for Journalists


    NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

     

    The U.S. Presidential Election Reporting Seminar is a 12-day professional study and reporting tour designed for working print, broadcast and online journalists. This special seminar enables participating journalists to report before, during and after the U.S. presidential election from key states in the American electoral system. Coordinated meetings and visits will provide journalists with an extensive knowledge and understanding of the U.S. election process, policy issues, and American voter attitudes, thereby enhancing a journalist’s coverage of the U.S. presidential elections to audiences back home. The program maximizes East-West Center’s experience in designing media programs and unique access to important organizations and constituencies. Benefits to journalists are:

     

    ·        Enhanced knowledge regarding the presidential election in the United States gained through discussions with government and political party officials, business leaders, academics, journalists, community activists and voters from a range of diverse constituencies. Emphasis will be placed on:

    ·    U.S. electoral process including the complex electoral college and primary system;

    ·    evolution of the two major political parties and their bases of voter support;

    ·    policy issues such as the domestic economy, globalization and international trade, foreign engagement, immigration, growing economic inequality, social change, and racial and religious identity;

    ·    impact of the election on the above policy issues as well as on foreign policy priorities with those countries represented by the participating journalists.

     

    ·        Access to key constituencies, the election process and U.S. political parties, via observance of the vote counting process, political campaigning practices and attendance at election night result parties at local Republican and Democratic headquarters.

    ·        Informed understanding of the American public through interactive dialogue with local communities via panel discussions, tudent forums, and host family dinners.

    ·        Development of reliable professional and personal information networks upon which participants can draw throughout their career.

     

    For more information on the East-West Center U.S. Presidential Election Reporting Seminar, see http://www.eastwestcenter.org/seminars-and-journalism-fellowships/journalism-fellowships/us-presidential-election-seminar

     

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  • AMERICAN EMBASSY ANNUAL AUCTION

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  • Vacancy Announcement
    U.S. Embassy has immediate Vacancy for the position of:

    1. Civil

    2. Electrical Engineer
    3. Mechanical Engineer
    4. Chauffeur
    5. Plumber

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Happy Independence Day PNG!

  • Message from U.S. President Obama

    On behalf of the American people, I wish you and the people of Papua New Guinea a happy Independence Day. In its 40 years of independence, Papua New Guinea has made incredible strides towards a more prosperous future. Read More...

Happy Independence Day Vanuatu!

  • Message from U.S. President, Barack Obama

    On behalf of the American people, I wish you and the people of Vanuatu a happy Independence Day on July 30. Read More ...

Happy Independence Solomon Islands!

  • On behalf of the American people, I wish you and the people of Solomon Islands a happy National Independence Day on July 7. Read More...

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