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  • Newly Peace Corps Volunteers pose with Ambassador James, the Prime Minister, Minister of Tourism and Education Minister(Photo Credit:State Dept)

    Ambassador James Swears-In Ceremony for 37 new Peace Corps Volunteers

    On the morning of August 28, 2014, the United States Peace Corps conducted a Swearing-In Ceremony for 37 new Peace Corps Volunteers. The ceremony was held in Ezulwini at the Royal Swazi Sun Hotel.

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  • Participants marching during the Disability Awareness Day (Photo Credit: State Department)

    Embassy Commemorates Disability Awareness Day

    The United States Government values the contributions of all individuals and in our development work in Swaziland and elsewhere we prioritize supporting programs that address the needs of all including those with disabilities...

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  • Mahan Bonetti and PAO Ruth Newman addressing students at Limkokwing (Photo Credit: State Department)

    African Film Festival

    The Embassy hosted the first African Film Festival in Swaziland from July 21-25, 2014, curated by U.S. speaker and director of African Film Festival, Inc. in New York Mahan Bonetti. The festival highlighted the importance of African Cinema as a forum for storytelling & addressing social issues in the African context.

  • Bholoja performing Manzini Central High School(Photo Credit:State Department).

    Embassy Sponsors HIV/AIDS Education Tour

    US Embassy, through PEPFAR, supported the Bholoja Arts, Technology & Educational Foundation to carry out a tour in 20 schools, where they used their voices to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS prevention. The tour reminds us that we have a role to play & it's important to use our voices for positive change.

  • Ambassador James and panelists that advance disability rights

    Embassy Hosts Disability Roundtable

    Ambassador James chaired a roundtable discussion at the Embassy on the current status of people living with disabilities in Swaziland. The panel discussion was aimed at deepening the Mission’s understanding of the important issues and discovering opportunities to advance the inclusion of persons with disabilities.

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