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  • (Feb 1) Peruvian English Professors awarded scholarship by the Peruvian Government through PRONABEC to attending ASU training since January 18; had the opportunity to enjoy the end of the Super Bowl.  They watched the final football game as if they had been in the same University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale! Peruvian teachers are enjoying every minute of their training to the maximum; but in addition they are learning and getting to know more about American culture

    235 Peruvian English Teachers from Public Schools being trained in English Teaching in Arizona State University, enjoyed Final Super Bowl game

  • (January 29) Through the Ambassadors Fund, the U.S. Embassy is helping in the conservation and installation of the important collection of the Museum, which includes textiles, pottery and metal of great value.  Huaytara community received PAS Officer and staff with great affection and we were able to appreciate its amazing Church. It is an honor for us to help preserve its valuable cultural heritage.

    United States Embassy Public Affairs Officer Marcia Bosshardt visited the project of the Ambassadors Fund at the Samuel Humberto Espinoza Lozano Archaeological Museum in Huaytara, Huancavelica.

  • (January 28) USAID Health Policy Project ended its activities in December 2014, after five years of working together with the Government of Peru, and achieve significant progress against chronic child malnutrition. Its aim was to contribute to the improvement of health services coverage and quality, particularly for poor and rural populations through the strengthening of the health system functions. It was held in the regions of Ayacucho, Cusco, Huánuco, Ucayali, La Libertad and San Martín, and provided technical training for the implementation of decentralized health systems.

    USAID Health Project Policies contributed to reduce the chronic child malnutrition in Peru in 26.5%

  • (January 26) Judith Garber congratulated and praised the efforts of the Peruvian young fellows in the creation of an environmental conscience in the Peru.

    Representatives of the Huilloc (Cusco) and Sowing Awareness (Tumbes) U.S. supported projects, presented the progress of their projects to the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans, International Environmental and Scientific Affairs Judith Garber.

  • (January 23) Elizabeth Hogan, USAID Acting Assistant Administrator for the Latin America and Caribbean Bureau, accompanied by U.S. Embassy DCM Lawrence J. Gumbiner, visited the alternative development and digital inclusion program in Ucayali. They also visited the USAID Peru environmental program in Huaraz.

    USAID Regional Representative Elizabeth Hogan visited Huaraz and Ucayali to learn more about programs supported by USAID Peru in these communities

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