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  • Ambassador Salutes Park Rangers

    Ambassador Salutes Park Rangers

    I would like to take a moment to praise the courageous work done by park rangers across Mozambican protected areas.They are proud to serve their country as they protect Mozambique´s natural heritage.

  • Remarks by President Obama to Africa

    Remarks by President Obama to Africa

    "In Angola, Mozambique, Liberia, Sierra Leone, we’ve seen conflicts end and countries work to rebuild. But from Somalia and Nigeria to Mali and Tunisia, terrorists continue to target innocent..."

  • Mozambique destroys ivory, rhino horns

    Mozambique destroys ivory, rhino horns

    The United States Government applauds the bold action by the Government of Mozambique in the destruction of confiscated stockpiles of 2.4 tons of ivory and 193 kilograms of rhino horns on July 6.

  • Congratulations Mozambican People

    Congratulations Mozambican People

    The U.S. Embassy in Mozambique congratulates the people of Mozambique on 40 years of independence! On this day in 1975, President Gerald R. Ford sent a letter to President Samora Machel.

  • Obama at SelectUSA Investment Summit

    Obama at SelectUSA Investment Summit

    President Obama welcomes potential investors from around the world to the SelectUSA Investment Summit, just outside of Washington, and touts the United States as a prime investment destination.

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  • Preventing and Combating Trafficking

    Preventing and Combating Trafficking

    On December 17, US Ambassador Douglas Griffiths, speaking at the opening session of Mozambique’s IV National Debate on Preventing and Combating Trafficking in Persons, recognized the ongoing efforts to combat trafficking in persons, particularly emphasizing the importance of victim assistance.

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  • Ambassador at Literacy Symposium

    Ambassador at Literacy Symposium

    On December 12, 2014 took place the symposium on Literacy and Development in Mozambique, an event organized by the United States Embassy in Maputo and the Ministry of Education of Mozambique (MINED), in the context of project "Aprender a Ler – APAL".

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  • Swearing-In ceremony of 55 new US Peace Corps Volunteers

    Swearing-In ceremony of 55 new US Peace Corps Volunteers

    A new group of 55 Peace Corps Volunteers of the United States was sworn in at a ceremony on Tuesday, December 2, at the U.S. Ambassador Residence, in Maputo.

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  • Online Auction

    The next Mission auction will be held on Saturday, November 22 in Matola. Unlike previous sales, this auction will be conducted by Leilões De Mocambique, LDA. The address of the auction is Av. Da Namaacha No: 45 - Matola Rio 

  • U.S. Government Supports Refugees in Mozambique
    U.S. Government Supports Refugees in Mozambique

    The U.S. Government has awarded a 2013 Julia Taft Refugee Fund grant to the Association of Refugee Students in Mozambique (AEREMO)... 

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