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  • cast of the "When the rattlesnake sounds"(Photo Credit:State Dept)

    Embassy commemorates WHM with a play

    As part of the Embassy's ongoing commemoration of Women’s History Month, the Embassy presented a dramatic one-act play by Alice Childress at the Theatre Club called “When the Rattlesnake Sounds” performed by Embassy staff member Anita Beamon-Freeman, Swazi poet Black Note, and the Swazi playwright Beko.

  • Dr. Mikell making a presentation to women at the Manzini North Inkhundla(Photo Credit: State Department)

    Dr. Mikell empowers Swazi women

    Professor of Anthropology and Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Washington DC, met with members of civil society, rural communities, and various organizations working on gender issues to discuss ways in which all members of society can help advance gender equality and combat gender based violence.

  • Deouty Chief of Mission Susan Tuller, minister of Health Sibongile Simelane and officials from the ministry of health
 (Photo Credit: State Department)

    PEPFAR donates cancer screening equipment

    PEPFAR donated cervical cancer screening equipment worth $50,000 to the Ministry of Health.Swaziland remains the epicenter of the global HIV/AIDS pandemic and the USG investment in Swaziland, Cancer research concludes that there is a high rate of progression from the HPV infection to invasive cancer in HIV positive women.

  • Swazi Artists Khole, Anita Beamon-Freemon, Eunis Harris and Flowee(Photo Credit:State Department).

    Embassy commemorates Jazz Appreciation Month

    The U.S. Embassy in Swaziland kicked off Jazz Appreciation Month as three amazing Swazi female artists - Floewe, Eunice Harris, Khole – peformed a combination of American jazz standards and their own original work in an event at the Ambassador’s residence last Saturday.

  • Ambasssador James and Dr. Zwane looking through the donated microscopes.

    Medical Sciences Laboratory Handover

    Amb. James officially presented a refurbished medical science laboratory and lab equipment to SANU funded by PEPFAR. PEPFAR also engaged a consultant to develop a laboratory sciences curriculum which was completed and launched in 2012.

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