August 4, Gaborone: U.S. Ambassador to Botswana Earl Miller will address the closing celebration ceremony of the Tsela Kgopo project on August 4 in Gaborone to mark its achievements and thank the many people involved in its success.
The U.S. Government through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) yesterday pledged $127 million as part of an integrated response to El Niño drought relief. With this announcement, the United States has provided nearly $300 million in humanitarian assistance to the region and has also invested over $200 million in longer-term development interventions. These efforts will mitigate the drought’s impact and build resilience in Southern Africa through agricultural production, environment, health, livestock, trade, and water and sanitation programs.
U.S. Ambassador to Botswana Earl Miller presided at the launch of a mapping exercise in Maun that will identify, categorize, and gauge the capacity of non-profit and local organizations in the Okavango Delta.
The Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism in partnership with the government of the United States will launch the Lake Ngami Management Plan on April 11, 2014 at Sehithwa village. The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism Mr Neil Fitt and an official from the US are expected to perform the official launch.
Visit by the Botswana Gender Affairs Department to MEASURE Evaluation at the Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina Staff from the Government of Botswana's (GAD) Gender Affairs Department came to MEASURE Evaluation to continue working on the development and implementation of a pilot referral system for care and support provided to gender-based violence survivors in two areas of the country.
Last updated: September 01, 2016