Local Academies Thrilled to Receive U.S. Embassy Support

Two academies eagerly received book donations from U.S. Embassy Malabo.  Bethel has almost 500 students and African Child Academy opened one month ago with a long-term plan spearheaded by an educator with almost 20 years of experience.  Both struggle to pay for English-language materials and profusely thanked the Embassy for their assistance. Long-term EducationUSA programs were discussed.
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Book Donation to Victory College, Malabo

U.S. Embassy Malabo donated books to Victory College, a school with more than 700  pupils from nursery to high school. The students happily received a donation of challenging reading material in English. The school’s director was incredibly appreciative and made additional suggestions on how the Embassy can provide guidance to her pupils. The PAO discussed ...
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Book Donation to the Nigerian-Equatorial Guinea International School

The Nigerian-Equatorial Guinea International School with a population of more than 1000 students happily received a donation of challenging reading material in English. The school’s director was incredibly appreciative and made additional suggestions on how the Embassy can provide guidance to his pupils. The Public Affairs Officer discussed potential EducationUSA presentations.
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Civil Society Workshop

August 2, twenty-six members of Equatorial Guinea’s civil society participated in a workshop to further the strength and motivation of communities.  Hosted by the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Malabo, the 26 worked on structure in civil society implementation projects.  Split into subgroups on Motivation, Youth, Education, English Instruction, and community improvement, ...
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2017 Mandela Washington (YALI) Pre-departure Orientation

Six eager Mandela Washington fellows visited U.S. Embassy Malabo for their pre-departure orientation.  PAO Jason Seymour described everything they needed to know about the dynamic, multi-week program that focuses on developing impactful leadership skills.  In addition, the majority of participants had never traveled to the United States and this adventure will be their first opportunity. ...
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