Dam Safety Expert Shares Best Practices

In September and October, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) engineer Hilary Spilo shared best practices in the field of dam safety with technical experts, students, and officials in Cochabamba, La Paz, Tarija, and Santa Cruz. Ms. Spilo also discussed TCEQ guidelines and regulations on dam construction, inspections, emergency action plans with Bolivian authorities at ...
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FEXPOCRUZ

The Embassy of the United States participated in the FEXPOCRUZ with a bus stop, where visitors felt as if they had stopped in the middle of places and landscapes of the United States. The USA Bus Stop was set with giant screens that showed videos and photographs of iconic places in the United States. There, ...
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Education USA Fair

On September 3 of 2018, the EducationUSA Fair organized every year by EducationUSA Bolivia with the support of US Embassy La Paz, took place in Santa Cruz. The fair attracted around two thousand students that were able to talk to representatives of 10 US universities.
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Author Dan Wells fascinated readers of FIL 2018

The American writer Dan Wells arrived in Bolivia invited by the Embassy of the United States, Librería Lectura and the Book Chamber of La Paz to participate in the International Book Fair FIL 2018. With his characteristic cowboy hat, the author captivated almost 1,400 people, most of them young, in their presentations, not only in ...
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Supporting International Jazz Festival

Embassy La Paz invited the local band Gustavo Orihuela Jazz Quartet and special guest singer Carla Casanovas to perform at the International Jazz Festival. Concerts took place in Teatro 6 de Agosto in La Paz, Fundación COMPA in El Alto, and Teatro Gran Mariscal in Sucre, during the week of September 10-13.
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ESP Roadshow

A series of 4 events oriented to professionals in the English teaching field of private university language centers, English teaching pre service schools of public universities and binational centers on the theme of ESP, the teaching of English for Specific Purposes. Over 100 English teachers and the impact on thousands of students.
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Heather Nauert – Political and Religious Prisoners Held by the Russian Government

The United States is deeply concerned by the growing number of individuals—now more than 150—identified by credible human rights organizations as political and religious prisoners held by the Government of the Russian Federation
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LGBTI Pride Month 2018

U.S. Department Of State Office of the Spokesperson For Immediate Release Statement By Secretary Pompeo June 1, 2018 LGBTI Pride Month   The United States joins people around the world in celebrating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex (LGBTI) Pride Month, and reaffirms its commitment to protecting and defending the human rights of all, including ...
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International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia

Press Statement Mike Pompeo Secretary of State International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia   Washington, DC May 17, 2018 The United States stands for the protection of fundamental freedoms and universal human rights. Our nation was founded on the bedrock principle that we are all created equal – and that every person is entitled ...
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Statement by HEATHER NAUERT, SPOKESPERSON

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Office of the Spokesperson For Immediate Release Statement by HEATHER NAUERT, SPOKESPERSON May 11, 2018 Condemning Violence in Nicaragua The United States remains deeply concerned about the ongoing crisis in Nicaragua, and condemns the overnight violence that left at least two student demonstrators dead and many more injured. Those responsible for ...
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Swearing-In Ceremony of Carlos Trujillo as U.S. Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States

The White House Remarks by Vice President Pence at Swearing-In Ceremony of Carlos Trujillo as U.S. Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States   May 2, 2018 The Vice President’s Ceremonial Office Eisenhower Executive Office Building 4:04 P.M. EDT THE VICE PRESIDENT: Well, good afternoon. And on behalf of President Trump and the First ...
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United States Assisting Venezuelans in Need

U.S. Department Of State Office of the Spokesperson For Immediate Release Media Note April 13, 2018 United States Assisting Venezuelans in Need   Today, the United States announced nearly $16 million in humanitarian assistance for Venezuelans who have fled their country due to the crisis there. This funding from the State Department and the U.S. ...
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Ambassador Nikki Haley on U.S. Humanitarian Funding to Colombia to Help Displaced Venezuelans

United States Mission to the United Nations Office of Press and Public Diplomacy For Immediate Release March 20, 2018 Press Release: Ambassador Nikki Haley on U.S. Humanitarian Funding to Colombia to Help Displaced Venezuelans   President Maduro’s continuing disregard for the universal human rights of the Venezuelan people has triggered over 1.5 million Venezuelans to seek ...
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Publication on Final Rule Changing the Passport Execution Fee

Publication on Final Rule Changing the Passport Execution Fee Media Note Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC January 31, 2018 The Department of State published a  Final Rule  on January 31, 2018, that increases the passport execution fee. The passport execution fee will be $35 starting on April 2, 2018. This rule increased the fee $10 from ...
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United States Assisting Venezuelans in Need

U.S. Department Of State Office of the Spokesperson For Immediate Release Statement By Heather Nauert, Spokesperson March 20, 2018 United States Assisting Venezuelans in Need Effective immediately, the United States is increasing humanitarian assistance to Venezuelans in Colombia who were forced to leave their country due to the ongoing crisis created by the Maduro regime. ...
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Books for Two Libraries in Santa Cruz

Annie Simpkins, the Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer of the United States Embassy, ​​ visited Santa Cruz to deliver books to the Municipal Library “El Recreo” and to the Library of the Centro Cultural Plurinacional.  The collection of more than 200 books written by US authors and translated into Spanish are basically literature for school kids, in ...
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International Women’s Day Celebration

On March 8, the Public Affairs and Political/Economic Sections of the Embassy supported DCM Marianne Scott in hosting an International Woman’s Day event focusing on female entrepreneurs and their use of technology in their businesses.  The event brought together close to 130 women from various sectors to discuss entrepreneurship, challenges they face, successes they have achieved, ...
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U.S. Engagement in the Western Hemisphere at University of Texas at Austin

This trip comes at an important time for the Western Hemisphere. This diverse region – which includes Canada, Mexico, South America, and the Caribbean – is a priority for the United States for reasons other than simply our geographic proximity.
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BolTESOL 2018

The Regional English Language Office and the US Embassy in Bolivia supported BolTESOL, the 23rd National Convention for English Techers organized by the Bolivian English Teachers Association, BETA. Over 500 English Teachers and 52 National and International speakers working together in the City of Tarija from January 7th to 10th, 2018.
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Empowering the future generation of Bolivian scientists and innovators

The Clubes de Ciencia Bolivia team believes that part of the solution begins with channeling the curiosity and creativity of young Bolivians by stimulating their interest and passion in pursuing careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields. To accomplish this, Clubes de Ciencia has created a series of workshops directed to high school ...
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PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP ANNOUNCES A NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY TO ADVANCE AMERICA’S INTERESTS

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP ANNOUNCES A NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY TO ADVANCE AMERICA’S INTERESTS “Our government’s first duty is to its people, to our citizens — to serve their needs, to ensure their safety, to preserve their rights, and to defend their values.” – President Donald J. Trump A NEW NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY FOR A NEW ...
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Networking “AMCHAM JUNIOR”

With the support of the Embassy of the United States and in collaboration with the American Chamber of Commerce AMCHAM, the First Networking Platform “AMCHAM JUNIOR” was born. This platform aims to empower outstanding young people, entrepreneurs, small businesses, entrepreneurs and professionals from the practice of Networking as a growth strategy.   The NETWORKING philosophy ...
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Inspiring

Inspire is a movement, inspired by the thought of Former President of the United States John Quincy Adams: “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and be better, you are a leader,” that seeks to awaken in former scholars of the United States Embassy wish to inspire future generations of ...
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A Step Back for Democracy in Bolivia

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Office of the Spokesperson For Immediate Release  STATEMENT BY HEATHER NAUERT, SPOKESPERSON November 29, 2017 A Step Back for Democracy in Bolivia The United States is deeply concerned by the November 28 ruling of the Constitutional Tribunal of Bolivia to declare inapplicable provisions of the country’s constitution that prohibit elected officials, including ...
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Journalists Eager to Tell Stories over the Web in Bolivia

On October 27 – 29, the U.S. Embassy co-hosted a workshop on the creation of digital audio programs (podcasts) in La Paz, in which 56 digital journalists from all over the country participated. The journalists, mostly women, demonstrated that there is eagerness to tell stories through digital media in Bolivia. During the workshop, the participants ...
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Brown is the New Green for Gardens: Lessons from the Drought in the U.S.

Water for human consumption is such a scarce resource, as it is in Bolivia, that California authorities took radical measures to alleviate the crisis. November 3, 2017 Juan Carlos Véliz M., Sacramento CA, USA Trying to change in peoples’ minds about gardens having to be green seems crazy, but that is precisely what is happening ...
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Statement by Ambassador Haley on the Gubernatorial Elections in Venezuela

United States Mission To The United Nations Office of Press and Public Diplomacy For immediate release October 16, 2017 Statement by Ambassador Haley on the Gubernatorial Elections in Venezuela Yesterday, Venezuelans once again attempted to make their voices heard, and dictator Maduro once again tried to silence them through reported voter intimidation, manipulation, and obstruction. ...
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Statement of Spokesperson Heather Nauert on Gubernatorial Elections in Venezuela

U.S. Department Of State Office of the Spokesperson For Immediate Release Statement By Heather Nauert, Spokesperson October 12, 2017 Gubernatorial Elections in Venezuela   The Venezuelan people deserve to have their voices heard through their nation’s Gubernatorial Elections this Sunday, October 15.  The United States and the international community are paying close attention to this ...
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Deputy Chief of Mission Delighted by Santa Cruz

Marianne Scott, the new Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy, visited Santa Cruz the last week of September during the city’s anniversary celebration.  Ms. Scott met with the senior officials of the region and representatives of important Cruceño institutions, such as CAINCO, CADEX, and IBCE. She also visited the modern facilities of the ...
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Access Camps

English Immersion Camps are one of the main components of the English Access Microscholarship Program. The Binational centers of Cochabamba and Sucre organized – in June and September – with the support of the US Embassy, 3-day-2-night Access Camps with a number of activities including workshops, lectures, trekking, talent shows, bon fires, and much, much ...
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ELT Upgrade – Santa Cruz 2017

The ELT Upgrade gathers university English Professors from 7 Language Schools of public universities in Bolivia in order to receive a 3-day-intensive training. This version of the program was co-organized by the Gabriel Rene Moreno University of Santa Cruz. The training was offered by ELT Specialist Richard Kahn and US Embassy ESL Specialist Gonzalo Fortun ...
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Activate E Teacher Alumni Training – AETAT 2017

25 alumni of the on line training program for English Teachers, E Teacher, were trained in CBA Tarija. The program was conducted by ELT Specialist Richard Kahn, FHI 360 TESOL Specialist Elizabeth Jenkins, and US Embassy ELT Specialist Gonzalo Fortun. The AETAT 2017 ended with an ELT Conference open to the general ELT community in ...
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NATIONAL HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH, 2017

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION   During National Hispanic Heritage Month, we celebrate the accomplishments of Hispanic Americans who have helped shape our great Nation.  We are grateful for the many contributions Hispanic American men and women make to our society and the vibrancy they weave into our American ...
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International Symposium on Water Resources Management

Two water experts from the United States visited Bolivia the last week of August 2017, to participate in an International Symposium on Water Resources Management, organized by the Catholic University of Tarija.  The two speakers were Dr. William Asquith from the U.S. Geological Survey (U.S.G.S.), who is also an adjunct professor at Texas Tech University, ...
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EducationUSA Fair in Bolivia – 2017

For the third time,  the EducationUSA Fair in Santa Cru,  Bolivia, was held on Saturday, August 24, 2017,  at the Binational Center (Centro Boliviano Americano). Bolivia’s EducationUSA Fair is organized by EducationUSA Bolivia, under the lead of EducationUSA Santa Cruz and with the support of the US Embassy in La Paz. It is estimated that around 1,500 people,  mainly ...
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Bolivian Entrepreneurs selected for the YLAI Professional Fellows Program

La Paz — The Embassy is proud to announce the 2017 cohort from Bolivia for the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) Professional Fellows Program.  The five-week program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, will bring 250 young leaders from 36 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean to the United States to ...
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Bolivian Independence Day

Press Statement Rex W. Tillerson Secretary of State Washington, DC August 5, 2017 On behalf of the United States Government, congratulations to the people of Bolivia on the anniversary of your independence on August 6. The United States and the people of Bolivia enjoy a deep and lasting relationship based on mutual respect. We take ...
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OAS LGBTI Core Group Statement: International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

Joint Statement Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Washington, DC May 17, 2017 Today, on May 17, the members of the OAS LGBTI Core Group (Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, United States and Uruguay) are proud to join other governments and civil society organizations from around the world to celebrate the International Day against Homophobia, ...
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Check out Our New Site!

Yes, we have a brand new website! Have a look around! The new-look website has seven sections representing broad topics that may be of interest to you. The sections are broken down further into sub-categories to assist you in finding specific information. The Seven Sections are: Visas – For all your Visa needs and questions. U.S. Citizen Services – ...
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Be Green Fair — Earth Day

The Embassy organized a green fair to commemorate World Earth Day featuring a variety of stands on environmental care including recycling waste, use of solar cookers, collection and purification of water, ways of composting food and other materials, as well as the sale of organic products. The Chargé d’Affairs recalled the origin of this day: “A ...
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Earth Day Activities

The United States Embassy in La Paz commemorated World Earth Day with a bicycle ride from Ancoraimes to Carabuco on the Bolivian high plateau. In the two communities visited by cyclists and support staff, Chargé d’Affaires Peter Brennan delivered book donations for local schools, as well as sports equipment for children, and 200 cypress trees to forest ...
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YLAI TechCamp Bolivia 2017 takes place in Santa Cruz

In the first YLAI TechCamp, sixty-five Latin American entrepreneurs, YLAI Fellows from Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Venezuela and Bolivia met for a two-day Camp.The event took place in Santa Cruz. It gathered the participants to identify common challenges and solutions for their startups. The event was hosted by Embassy La Paz, in partnership with the ...
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Statement by President Trump on Syria

THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary         For Immediate Release         April 6, 2017 STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT TRUMP ON SYRIA Mar-a-Lago, Florida 9:40 P.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT:  My fellow Americans:  On Tuesday, Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad launched a horrible chemical weapons attack on innocent civilians.  Using a deadly nerve agent, Assad ...
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DAS Fitzpatrick visits El Alto

DAS Fitzpatrick discusses the experiences of and impact on the lives of Vencedoras, MLK College Horizons, and Ingles Yes program participants at Metro Parada Juvenil Santa Isabel at El Alto! The achievements of these young people impressed the visitor.
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Visit to Bolivia by DAS Michael Fitzpatrick

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Michael Fitzpatrick met with Vice Ministers Guadalupe Palomeque and Walter Endara at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Deputy Secretary Fitzpatrick, Chargé d’Affaires Peter Brennan, Deputy Chief of Mission Gabriel Escobar and diplomats from the United States Embassy exchanged views with Bolivian officials on the normalization of bilateral relations.
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Book Donation to El Alto Public University

Lia Miller, the Cultural Attache of the United States Embassy, ​​ visited the Public University of El Alto (UPEA) to deliver 164 reference books in Spanish on topics such as International Relations, Economics, Journalism, History, Culture, Literature, Public Administration, Law and Education, in addition to 80 publications of the State Department, destined to the library of ...
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Book Donation to Public University in El Alto

The Cultural Affairs Officer, Lia Miller visited the Public University of El Alto and delivered 170 books and 80 publications for different careers of the Public University of El Alto, in the opportunity also mentioned the collaboration that the embassy provides in other areas of the education; highlighting the enhancement of the English language learning ...
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International Women’s Day

Press Statement Mark C. Toner Acting Spokesperson Washington, DC March 8, 2017 On International Women’s Day, we reflect on the critical contributions women make in every sector of society and we recommit ourselves to addressing the discrimination and barriers that women face around the world. We have seen firsthand the benefits of women’s empowerment—politically, economically, and ...
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Kenny Wesley Quartet

Embassy La Paz celebrated Black History Month programming in Bolivia with a series of concerts, master classes, workshops, and educational engagement activities featuring the U.S. music group the Kenny Wesley Quartet.  The group performed in Cochabamba and Santa Cruz from February 5 – 11.  As part of the week-long celebration, the embassy officially  inaugurated the ...
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50th Anniversary of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

Press Statement Mark C. Toner Acting Spokesperson Washington, DC February 13, 2017 Fifty years ago, on February 14, 1967, the Treaty of Tlatelolco opened for signature. This landmark Treaty led to the establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in Latin America and the Caribbean, the first agreement to prohibit nuclear weapons in a populated area. It paved ...
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College Horizons in El Alto

Sixteen young Alteños completed the College Horizons – MLK Scholarship Program at the Santa Isabel Youth Center in El Alto. College Horizons is an English language program sponsored by the United States Embassy with the goal of providing Afro Bolivian or indigenous and academically excellent young people from tax education units the opportunity to study ...
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Joint Statement on U.S.-Mexico Relations

THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary January 27, 2017 Joint Statement on U.S.-Mexico Relations   The United States President Donald J. Trump and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto spoke by phone this morning for an hour.  The call was mutually arranged by their teams. The two had a productive and constructive call regarding the bilateral relationship between the two ...
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The Inaugural Address

The White House January 20, 2017 The Inaugural Address REMARKS OF PRESIDENT DONALD J.  TRUMP – AS PREPARED FOR DELIVERY INAUGURAL ADDRESS FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2017 WASHINGTON, D.C. As Prepared for Delivery – Chief Justice Roberts, President Carter, President Clinton, President Bush, President Obama, fellow Americans, and people of the world: thank you. We, the citizens of ...
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Camp for ACCESS English Scholarship Coordinators and Teachers

The US Embassy with the support of RELO, the Regional Office of English Programs, organized a training camp for coordinators and English teachers of the Access Scholarship Program. The objective of the camp was to train teachers in new educational trends and to create community among the different personal components of the program, authorities of ...
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240 Years of Democracy

The United States elected the 45th president of its history: Donald Trump. At the residence of the United States Embassy, US citizens, members of the diplomatic corps, journalists and friends gathered to follow the results of the polls minute by minute. Once again democracy was celebrated, the principles and values of a solid system, institutionalized ...
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Tribute to Professor Jaime Escalante

Jaime Escalante, the Bolivian professor, who inspired thousands of students, who taught mathematics with a unique method, who contributed to the training of youths qualified as rebels, was honored by the United States Postal Service with the issuance of a stamp with his image, the image of Professor Escalante with his typical cap in front ...
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Embassy Participation in the 2016 Book Fair

The 21st edition of the International Book Fair of La Paz had a special stamp for the United States Embassy. Two components characterized our participation in the most important Cultural Fair in La Paz. With the co sponsorship of La Razón and TuKiosko we have launched the search for the Bolivian Super Hero of the ...
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Bolivian English Teachers Embrace New Tools

Supporting English language learning in Bolivia is a priority for the U.S. Embassy. The Embassy and the State Department Regional English Language Office recently hosted a two-week training for English teachers of public and private institutions, including schools, institutes, language centers, and universities. The theme of this program, called #EnglishWeek in social networks, was “Assessment ...
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Second Edition of the Contest: “Sembrando Ideas Verdes”

The winners of the “Sembrando Ideas Verdes” contest were 2 projects of the Universidad Amazonica de Pando, the first winning project was presented by Raul Magne and Mijael Barbery who proposed to produce recycled paper from banana waste and simultaneously raise farmers’ awareness about recycling; the second winning project was elaborated by Fredy Cuaquira and ...
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Navajo and Aymara: Shared Culture Strengthens Renewable Energy Ties

From 18 to 25 July, the U.S. Embassy sponsored the visit of a delegation of faculty from the University of Colorado School of Mines, who visited several indigenous communities and gave lectures on the use of alternative energies to development rural areas. Doctors Masami Nakagawa and Whitney Trainor-Guitton, and Sam Woods, director of the Navajo ...
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4 Hours for the 4th of July

US Embassy La Paz participated in a 4-hours event at Universidad Tecnologica Privada de Santa Cruz gving information about Embassy programs offered to the Bolivian public. The event, titled “4 Hours for the 4th of July,” took place on June 28. Embassy staff distributed information about the Fulbright program and other academic exchange programs, PAS ...
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Environment Road Show Reaches Bolivian Universities

Embassy officials visited three universities in Santa Cruz to discuss waste and water management.  They spoke to over 150 students at each university and were interviewed on the university television.  The week before, officials had a similar experience in Cochabamba where they spoke to packed auditoriums at four schools and had an interview on university ...
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Embassy Representatives Travel to Santa Cruz for EXPOCRUZ

Embassy staff all attended portions of the weeklong EXPOCRUZ trade show in the eastern city of Santa Cruz, Bolivia’s commercial hub.  The event which is an agricultural and trade fair brings everyone from Bolivian businessmen, cattle ranchers, politicians, and diplomats together.  The Acting CDA made opening remarks at the American Chamber of Commerce’s well-attended reception ...
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Consular Outreach in Bolivia’s Economic Capital

Consular staff took advantage of the Santa Cruz ExpoCruz commercial fair to lead extensive outreach on study opportunities in the United States and to conduct fraud prevention activities in advance of the 2016 Diversity Visa Program. In addition to promoting tourism and study at the stand of the bi-national center (Centro Boliviano Americano), consular staff ...
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Creator of New Andean Architecture to travel to the United States for three weeks

He has one of the most creative minds in Bolivian architecture. His nearly 100 works, known as samples of the New Andean Architecture, have marked a before and after in urban design in El Alto. He is Silvestre Freddy Mamani, an architect who is packing his bags for three weeks to explore entrepreneurship in the ...
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Special Envoy for the Rights of LGBTI Persons Visits Bolivia

On July 18, the first U.S. State Department Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons, Randy Berry, visited Bolivia to hold several meetings with officials and activists of the LGBTI community. The State Department created the Special Envoy position in 2015 to know more about and support the rights of LGBTI people worldwide, ...
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Sports Diplomacy Delights Bolivian Youth and Media on National Soccer Envoy Tour

From November 2-7, Embassy La Paz organized a four-city sports diplomacy tour with two former national/professional U.S. Soccer players, Tony Sanneh and Zola Solamente. The Envoys, supported through ECA’s Sports United Program, conducted clinics with over 800 enthusiastic Bolivian youth at soccer schools and after-school soccer programs in at-risk neighborhoods. A true private-public partnership, Embassy ...
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Embassy Sponsors Photo Exhibit to Combat Child Labor

Embassy La Paz teamed up with the Centro Boliviano Americano (CBA) in Santa Cruz to sponsor a one month photo exhibit on child labor.     The exhibit was designed and implemented by NGO Fundación Desarrollo y Autogestión (DyA), a Department of Labor funding recipient for anti-child labor projects, and it will remain on display for ...
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Embassy Delivers U.S. Books to Community in El Alto

On September 15, CAO Johanna Villalobos donated over 200 high quality books by American authors translated into Spanish under the U.S. Embassy program, “United States and Bolivia, United in Literature.” The goal of this program is to encourage reading and improve the quality of education for children and adolescents in the 10 de Marzo community ...
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Promoting Respect across Cultures and Religions

On January 25, U.S. Embassy Political Officer Sara Greengrass visited the Bi National center Centro Boliviano Americano (CBA) in the city of El Alto to talk to a group of Bolivian students about discrimination, human rights, and the importance of equality.  Ms. Greengrass highlighted  as an example the International Holocaust Remembrance Day (January 27) and ...
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Acquiring Skills that Lead to Educational Prospects

On October 3, the U.S. Embassy offered a workshop on interviewing skills and résumé writing to a group of young students from the city of El Alto who are currently part of the Access Micro-Scholarship Program. With the help of experts in Human Resources and other embassy volunteers, the students acquired skills that may lead ...
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Access Scholarship Recipients Receive Certificates

On November 20, U.S. Embassy Charge d’Affaires Larry L. Memmott welcomed to the Embassy 60 young Bolivians selected to receive the Access Scholarship, and their parents. During event, Mr. Memmott congratulated the students for winning the Access English language scholarships, a program serving people in over 85 countries worldwide, which currently benefits more than 95,000 ...
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