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    Embassy to Mark Earth Day With Information Fair

    On April 24, the U.S. Embassy, in partnership with Cascadas Mall, is proudly sponsoring its 2015 Earth Day Fair. The event will take place from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM in Second Floor of the Cascadas Mall complex and is free and open to the public.

  • Ambassador James D. Nealon. (Archive, State Dept. Photo)

    Op-Ed by Ambassador Nealon on Earth Day

    In an op-ed to commemorate Earth Day, Ambassador Nealon said, "Together, we can leave this world a better place to our children. This Earth Day, I ask you to take five minutes to think about the little –and big– things you can do to help protect our home: planet earth."

  • U.S. Muralist Michelle Ortiz explains mural project during unveiling ceremony of her mural "My Community is Coming Out, There’s Beauty in my Community, We Have Potential" in the neighborhood of Colonia Estados Unidos in Tegucigalpa. (State Dept. Photo)

    Muralist Unveils Community New Mural

    The U.S. Embassy hosted acclaimed muralist and State Department Cultural Envoy, Michelle Ortiz, for a week-long community mural project that highlights issues affecting the community.

  • U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during a town hall meeting at the University of the West Indies, Thursday, April 9, 2015 in Kingston, Jamaica. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

    Opportunity Knocks for Young Leaders

    President Obama announced the launch of the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) in Jamaica April 9. The program will award 250 fellowships each year to business and civil society leaders to develop joint initiatives with their counterparts in the United States.

  • Ambassador James Nealon unveils a plaque during a ceremony of donation of facilities and equipment to the Comision Permanente de Contingencias (COPECO). (State Dept. Photo)

    U.S. Donates Disaster Relief Facilities and Equipment

    The U.S. government is donating three disaster relief warehouses, an emergency operations center and first responder equipment to Honduras as part of a U.S. military-managed effort to contribute to the region's disaster relief preparedness.

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    Statement on U.S. - Honduras Joint Exercise

    The U.S. is requesting permission from the Government of Honduras to carry out a joint exercise between a group of U.S. Marines and Honduran counterparts, as part of our collaboration on natural disaster preparedness as well as our work in the ongoing fight against drug trafficking and organized crime. 

  • The Chestnut Brass Company will visit Honduras for the first time April 6-10, 2015. (Chestnut Brass Company Photo)
    The Chestnut Brass Company Toured Honduras

    At the invitation of the U.S. Embassy in Honduras, the Chestnut Brass Company visited Honduras for the first time April 6-10, 2015. The tour included workshops and public concerts in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula. 

  • U.S. Muralist Michelle Ortiz explains mural project during unveiling ceremony of her mural "Pintando una Nueva Colonia 21 de Febrero" in the neighborhood of Colonia 21 de Febrero in Tegucigalpa. (State Dept. Photo)
    Muralist Unveils Community Mural Project

    The U.S. Embassy hosted acclaimed muralist and State Department Cultural Envoy Michelle Ortiz for a week-long community mural project. Ortiz worked with members of the Colonia 21 de Febrero neighborhood in Tegucigalpa to create a mural that highlights issues affecting the community. 

  • Small farmers from the departments of El Paraiso, Francisco Morazan, and Olancho participated in Festicafe El Paraiso 2015 on March 12-13, 2015. (Photo by Technoserve)
    U.S. Provides Assistance to El Paraiso Coffee Festival

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) provided support for Festicafe El Paraiso 2015, which was held to promote the high standards of quality coffees from the departments of El Paraiso, Francisco Morazan and Olancho. 

  • Representatives of USDA-Technoserve and members of bean-producer organizations sign a cooperation agreement. (Photo by Technoserve)
    USDA-TechnoServe Will Finance Bean Producer Organizations

    In 2014, USDA-TechnoServe began funding bean producer organizations –beneficiaries of the MAS project (Sustainable Agricultural Improvement)– with funds from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). 

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