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U.S. Naval War College professors offer seminar at Institute for Superior Defense Studies

U.S. Embassy Avenida Kenneth Kaunda, 193 Caixa Postal, 783 Maputo MOZAMBIQUE PRESS RELEASE U.S. Naval War College professors offer seminar at Institute for Superior Defense Studies July 19, 2017 – In coordination with Mozambique’s Institute for Superior Defense Studies (ISEDEF), two professors from the U.S. Naval War College offered a strategy development workshop from July ...
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Mozambique-USA Alumni Association (MUSAA) Conference – “Alumni and the Spirit of Leadership”

Ambassador Pittman’s Remarks at Mozambique-USA Alumni Association (MUSAA) Conference “Alumni and the Spirit of Leadership” Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Maputo Esteemed MUSAA Board of Directors Members of the General Assembly Council Representatives And Assembled Alumni It is my pleasure to join you for this first formal meeting of MUSAA – a milestone that has been ...
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Call for Proposals on Governance

      I.            Summary The Public Affairs Office of U.S. Embassy Maputo is calling for public diplomacy proposals, due on August 21, 2017, addressing the following problem:  Suggestions and complaints left in the boxes at Mozambican government public service offices are largely underutilized.    II.            Submission Proposals must be submitted via email by 17h30 on August ...
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Farmers in Chimoio Gain Access to new Resources for Agriculture

U.S. Embassy Avenida Kenneth Kaunda, 193 Caixa Postal, 783 Maputo MOZAMBIQUE PRESS RELEASE Farmers in Chimoio Gain Access to new Resources for Agriculture July 14, 2017 – farmers and agribusinesses throughout the district of Chimoio are celebrating the opening of the new “Farmer House,” a store that supplies a variety of products related to agriculture.  ...
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Call for Proposals on Financial Literacy for Women’s Entrepreneurship

    I.            Summary The Public Affairs Office of U.S. Embassy Maputo is calling for public diplomacy proposals, due on August 16, 2017, addressing the following problem:  Self-employed women in and around the cities of Beira and Chimoio who earn between MZN 6,000 and MZN 30,000 per month lack the financial literacy skills required to ...
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