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The United States has enjoyed diplomatic relations with Uganda for over 30 years. Official handle of U.S. Mission Uganda, facilitated by U.S. Embassy Kampala.
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U.S. Mission Uganda 22h
Congratulations to Dr. Shannon Hader on your appointment as Assistant Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director! Check out this press release, as well as some photos from Dr. Hader’s 2017 visit to Uganda.
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U.S. Mission Uganda 22h
Are you an ? The Global Entrepreneurship Summit is an unparalleled stage for scale-ups and a chance to showcase your enterprise before a select group of top , founders, funders, experts & policymakers. Apply now:
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 21
Proud to support this great project empowering refugees!
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 21
Happy ! what Abracadabra means? It doesn’t mean ‘Magic’ as we'd imagine! It’s Aramaic for ‘with my word I create’ or ‘with my word I influence.’ That’s how powerful language is. Write a proverb in your mother tongue.
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 19
Did your exchange program inspire you to make the world a better place? Team up with other for to turn that idea into reality! The competition is open the entire month of February 
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 19
Want to know more about our library-on-wheels computer lab? Read this excellent article via
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 19
Inspired to action: Americans born between 1977 - 1994 represent the largest share of young adults and most racially diverse generation in U.S. history. As these young activists work to change their world, each looks to a civil rights hero for inspiration.
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 18
"I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to ... racism and war that the ... daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality..... unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 18
Thank you for having us!
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Peace Corps Uganda Feb 18
It’s almost that time of year where Volunteers across Uganda Drop Everything and Read (DEAR)! DEAR Day is a nationwide reading initiative that promotes a reading culture amongst youth and adults by encouraging everyone to drop what they are doing and read for at least 30 minutes.
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 18
Awesome show in Gulu this weekend by in honor of African American history month and sponsored by US mission. Thanks to Gulu community for warm reception! Free concerts coming up feb 23 Jinja, feb 24 kampala, March 3 fort portal! see you there
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 18
that African American George Washington Carver revolutionized the peanut? A celebrated botanist and inventor, Carver created more than 325 products from the humble legume, helping to create demand for the plant and establish it as a major American crop.
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 17
The U.S. Embassy and the American Center are closed today in honor of . Officially Washington’s Birthday, the federal holiday is popularly recognized as also honoring Abraham Lincoln (born on February 12), and sometimes all the U.S. presidents.
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 16
Meet Vivien Thomas, who despite never completing college, was a surgical technician who developed innovative techniques to treat blue baby syndrome, traumatic shock, and heart disorders. He was awarded an honorary doctorate from Johns Hopkins in 1976.
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 16
Want to help? Don’t eat pangolin or use pangolin products. Learn & share more about this amazing animals & report wildlife crime! <3Pangolins
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 16
Ever heard of Pangolins? Today is ! Learn more about these “scaly anteaters” <3Pangolins
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 15
Mary McLeod Bethune was an American educator known as "The First Lady of The Struggle" because of her commitment to improving the lives of African Americans.
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Amb. Deborah Malac Feb 15
Thank you ! Pleased to meet Miss Y+ Uganda Vivian Nabanoba & Nicholas Niwagaba, Executive Director of the Ugandan Network of Young People Living with HIV/AIDS and Stanley Nsubuga & receive their letter appreciating U.S. support for Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB & Malaria.
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 15
Afwoyo. Mwebale Nyo. Mwebale Munno. Asanteni Sana. Excited to share video that highlights our 2nd Report to the Ugandan People & talks about U.S. contributions to Uganda’s health sector! We hope you read full report:
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U.S. Mission Uganda Feb 14
JOIN US THIS MONTH! For free concert series celebrating African-American spirituals in commemoration of . This concert series celebrates African-American history and the contributions of African-Americans to world music. See you there!
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