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  • (September 16) In his short visit to the city of the Peruvian folklore dance “Marinera”, Ambassador Nichols met with Trujillo Appeal’s Court Prosecutor Luis Alberto Cortez, and National Police General César Gentile.  U.S. Embassy INL Director Jeff Hovenier  accompanied the Ambassador in his official visit to La Libertad region.

    Ambassador Brian A. Nichols, accompanied by INL Director Jeff Hovenier, met with Trujillo Appeal’s Court Prosecutor Luis Alberto Cortez, and National Police General César Gentile, in the northern city of Trujillo, La Libertad.

  • (September 16) The Orbis FEH, in cooperation with longtime global sponsor FedEx, has returned to Trujillo for a two-week intensive ophthalmic skills exchange program aimed at strengthening the ophthalmic community throughouth the La Libertad region. In conjunction with Instituto Regional de Oftalmologia (IRO), the program will focus on cataract, glaucoma, medical and surgical retina, cornel diseases, oculoplastics and pediatric strabismus.

    Ambassador Brian A. Nichols visited the Flying Eye Hospital Orbis in Trujillo, in northern Peru. FEH will carry out free eye surgeries to the people of La Libertad region.

  • (September 16) Ambassador Nichols was very grateful for the souvenir that Trujillo Mayor Gloria Montenegro gave him after the meeting they held in the Municipality.

    Trujillo, in northern Peru, is the first city outside of Lima visited by Ambassador Brian A. Nichols. During his short visit, Ambassador Nichols met with Mayor Gloria Montenegro

  • Ambassador Nichols visited Mistura on Sunday, September 13.  In the photo, the Ambassador tasting varieties of chocolates that communities in the jungle of Peru have developed with the support of USAID and DEVIDA.

    Ambassador Brian A. Nichols visited the USAID and National Commission for Development and Life Without Drugs (DEVIDA) stand of chocolate products in Mistura gastronomic fair

  • (September 12) For thousands of Peruvians, the Amazon is their main source of income. To protect the forest and help communities prosper, the Government of Peru has partnered with USAID to support them in forest management through the "Peru Forests" program.

    The Government of Peru has partnered with USAID to protect the Amazon and empower the local communities

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