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United States provides $422,000 for community development projects in seven Zimbabwean provinces

Harare, November 13, 2019:  The United States government has provided more than $422,000 (a $50,000 increase from last year) in small grants support to community-based organizations in seven Zimbabwean provinces.  Announcing the awards, Ambassador Brian A. Nichols said the funding will assist Zimbabwean communities unlock their potential and improve their economic situation. “The people of ...
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Demonstration Alert – U. S. Embassy Harare, Zimbabwe (Friday – October 25, 2019)

Location: Protests planned countrywide. Announced gathering points include, but are not limited to the following in Harare: U.S. Embassy Harare Central Business District (CBD) Robert Mugabe Square National Sports Stadium Event:  A potentially large march sponsored by the Government of Zimbabwe is expected to take place on Friday, October 25, 2019 in observance of Anti-Sanctions ...
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It’s Not Sanctions, It’s Corruption and Lack of Reform

Op-ed by Ambassador Brian A. Nichols first published in the Newsday on October 24, 2019 Harare- October 24, 2019– Blessed with abundant mineral resources, rich farmlands, ideal weather, stunning national parks, and a well-educated, industrious people, Zimbabwe should be the economic powerhouse and the breadbasket of southern Africa, and even more popular as a tourist destination and ...
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Diversity Visa Lottery 2021

The Department of State announces the opening of the registration period for the DV-2021 Diversity Visa Lottery. Commonly known as the “Green Card Lottery,” this program offers people from around the world, the opportunity to work and live in the United States.  Registration is FREE OF CHARGE and can only be done at: www.dvlottery.state.gov See the attached flyer:
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USAID doubles drought response contribution to $86.9 million to assist more than one million Zimbabweans

Harare, September 24, 2019 –The United States Government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), is providing an additional US$41.9 million in funding to respond to the critical food security situation in Zimbabwe between October 2019 and April 2020.  The funding will ensure that more than one million rural Zimbabweans have access to ...
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