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U.S. Embassy Banjul 31m
All healthcare providers & staff play a vital role to protect patients & personnel against & possible wider community spread. , CDC has updated resources for you:
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American Corner, The Gambia 22h
In our quest to fight against the deadly , here is the effective hand washing video in the MANDINKA language, brought to you by American Corner, The Gambia. Please watch and share with your family and loved ones.
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American Corner, The Gambia Mar 31
Under the advice put forward by Center for Disease Control and Prevention, otherwise known as the , The American Corner Gambia presents to you an effective hand-washing video in WOLLOF as one of the preventive methods of . Please watch and share with loved ones.
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U.S. Embassy Banjul 21h
Older adults appear to be twice as likely to have serious illness. Take everyday precautions to reduce your risk of exposure: •Avoid close contact with people who are sick •Wash your hands often •Avoid touching your face, nose & eyes
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Mar 30
Everyone can help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Call your doctor if you develop symptoms, have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19, or have recently traveled from an area with widespread or ongoing community spread of COVID-19.
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Mar 30
Attention U.S. Citizens in The Gambia – Special Flight to the United States Announced Link to our site:
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Mar 28
Notifications for the 2020 Mandela Washington Fellowship are currently underway. All applicants will receive an email update on their application status on a rolling basis from March 30 to April 6, 2020. Learn more:
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Mar 27
Listen to your local authorities as the work to combat continues. Stay home if you’re sick & contact your health provider, especially if you have an underlying health condition.
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Mar 21
Health Alert - U.S. Embassy Banjul, The Gambia (March 21, 2020) The U.S. Embassy issued a Health Alert to all U.S. Citizens in The Gambia. Read the full alert here: Register in STEP to receive Alerts,
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NSC Mar 19
Big Picture: The U.S. is THE global leader in public health assistance, with $9.5B appropriated in 2019 to support international public health and more than $100 billion committed over the last 20 years to support public health on the African continent.
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Department of Defense 🇺🇸 Mar 17
One of the best ways to prevent the spread of infections is by washing your hands. To protect yourself and others, this video gives recommendations on stopping the spread of germs.
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Travel - State Dept Mar 11
Global Health Advisory: Reconsider travel abroad due to global impact of COVID-19. Many areas worldwide are now taking actions including quarantines and border restrictions. Even areas where cases have not been reported may restrict travel without notice.
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Feb 28
Ambassador Paschall meets Gambian artist, Jizzle. The two discuss the growth, opportunities and challenges of the country’s music industry.
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Feb 24
Race for health and fun: Our Embassy staff, including Chargé d'Affaires Shelly Seaver yesterday participated in the second edition of the Banjul International Marathon. CDA Seaver (center) came 11th in the 10K-run category. Congratulations!
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Feb 6
February 6 marks the Int'l Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation. U.S. Embassy Banjul looks forward to working with 2018 Fellow to implementing the Community Policing & Awareness Raising to Strengthen Laws against FGM/C Project.
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Feb 5
2020 Cochran Fellowship Program Announcement | U.S. Embassy in The Gambia
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Jan 29
Amb. Paschall & his Senegalese counterpart, Amb. Mushingi, take part in the launch conference of 's Food For Progress Regional Cashew Value Chain Project in Dakar. The $38M project in The Gambia, Senegal, and Guinea-Bissau aims to improve trade of processed cashews.
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Jan 24
Demonstration Alert:  U.S. Embassy Banjul, The Gambia (January 24, 2020) | U.S. Embassy in The Gambia
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Jan 22
Ambassador Carl Paschall participated in an American Corner event to commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior. The event discussed the history of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement and MLK’s call to non-violence.
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U.S. Embassy Banjul Jan 16
On Radio Basse, Ambassador Paschall addressed rural communities about US’ interventions in The Gambia. The Ambassador appeared on the radio talk show “Development Forum,” detailing the many ways that The U.S. Embassy is engaged to support the government and people of The Gambia.
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