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  • (April 28) The Ambassador was accompanied by American musician Dennis J. Dove, who gave a small workshop of percussion with recycled objects as buckets and pots.

    Ambassador Brian A. Nichols visited the Ronald McDonald House, temporary home for children from provinces under medical treatment, and handed over a donation of educational books for the House library.

  • (April 28) Visitors participate in workshops with children of the Huilloc community, located 30 minutes from Ollantaytambo, and collaborate with the cleaning of the river, while they get to know more about the life of their hosts.

    Since 2014, USGOV Peruvian scholars network develops experimental tourism programs along with leaders of the Huilloc community, in Cusco.

  • (April 27) Since 2006, 73 percent of participants have continued University studies. Here, a selfie with the students accompanied by U.S. Embassy Assistant Cultural Attaché Hakim Hasan.

    Through CHOP (College Horizon Outreach Program) public schools students study English language while studying to apply to the University.

  • (April 25) Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism Magali Silva and U.S. Ambassador Brian A. Nichols greeted participants.  Folklife Festival is an opportunity to strengthen Peruvian and American values, emphasize respect for Peruvian cultural tradition as well as to strengthen bilateral relations in trade and education issues. Festival will be held in Washington D.C., from June 24 through July 5.

    2015 Smithsonian Folklife Festival: Peru. Artists and craftsmen from several regions of Peru who will participate in this Festival hosted by the Smithsonian Center, attended the orientation briefing at the U

  • (April 24) U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Peruvian Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) met in Washington, D.C., to recognize recent market access achievements for several longstanding issues for both the United States and Peru, including potential expansion of imports of papayas, oversized mangoes, peppers, and citrus. This success is the culmination of many years of hard work between the U.S. and Peru’s technical agencies.

    Peru will Export Papaya to the United States. Oversized Mangoes, Pepper and Citrus will also be exported.

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