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  • (November 24) In order to strengthen the capacity and competence of Police stations in this area, in July of 2014 INL and MIMP signed an agreement for the development of the specialized training program "training course gender, violence against women and public safety".  INL Section will contribute $80,000 for the development and implementation of the training program to 400 officers and non-commissioned officers of the Peruvian police, responsible for the intervention and police attention of cases of violence against women. Various events on citizen security will be carried out in the regions of Junín, Puno, Lima and Callao, and will address issues of care complaints and follow-up of domestic violence cases, against women and children, of improvement of the quality of care to the victims and, fundamentally, the change of perceptions, attitudes, and practices.

    In commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Ambassador Brian A. Nichols and Minister of Women and Vulnerable Populations Carmen Omonte inaugurated a Gender Violence and Citizen Security Event

  • (November 24) The Ministry of Environment Officials, Environmental Engineer Jessica Tantalean and Communicator Maria Isabel Torres are involved in the  organization of COP20. Both of them explained in an agile and simple way about the importance of this Summit to the participatins in the webinar "Understanding COP20."

    Ambassador Brian A. Nichols participated in the Webinar “Understanding COP20”, in which Fellows Jessica Tantalean and Marisa Isabel Torres also participated

  • (November 21)

    In commemoration of the International Education Week, the U.S. Embassy Cultural Attaches Belinda Jackson-Farrier and Hakim Hasan visited schools and universities in Cusco and Chiclayo. They also attended the conferences sponsored by the Bi-National Center

  • (November 18) On November 18, U.S. Ambassador Brian Nichols and Peru’s Interior Minister, Daniel Urresti attended a ceremony to launch INL’s Model Police Station Program (MPS) in two selected police stations of Peru’s Callao region.  During the event, the Ambassador inaugurated a MPS sponsored Youth Police Computer Lab at the Juan Ingunza Police Station, where trained police officers will teach at-risk and underprivileged youth essential computer skills in a safe environment with access to positive law enforcement role models.   The MPS will  provide training, equipment, and mentorship to assist the Peruvian National Police in strengthening its capacity to provide greater security to its citizens.  Ambassador Nichols stated,  “Model Police Stations will help the Peruvian National Police to strengthen its capacity to combat violent crime, drug trafficking, and provide improved community services. The alliance between the police and citizens will serve as the best barrier against crime and ensure citizen safety. In that spirit, the Government of the United States supports Peru’s National Police in that goal.”

    U.S. Ambassador Brian A. Nichols and Peru's Interior Minister Daniel Urresti inaugurated the Youth Police Computer Lab at the Juan Ingunza Police Station, located in Callao

  • (November 18) U.S. is committed to the development of science-based standards that ensure safe food for everyone and fair practices in the food trade.

    Ambassador Brian A. Nichols addressing the participants to the International Conference of the Codex Committee for Food Hygiene

More News From the Embassy

  • (November 20)
    President Barack Obama announced the Immigration Accountability Executive Action. "My fellow Americans, we are and always will be a nation of immigrants. We were strangers once, too."

    These executive actions crack down on illegal immigration at the border, prioritize deporting felons not families, and require certain undocumented immigrants to pass a criminal background check and pay their fair share of taxes as they register to temporarily stay in the U.S. without fear of deportation. The President’s Immigration Accountability Executive Actions will help secure the border, hold nearly 5 million undocumented immigrants accountable, and ensure that everyone plays by the same rules.  

  • (November 13)
    Ambassador Brian A. Nichols attended the Business Executives Conference 2014 (CADE), held in Paracas, Ica

     

  • (November 17)
    U.S. Embassy initiated the commemoration of the International Education Week in Arequipa. Public Affairs Officer Marcia Bosshardt visited the Universidad Catolica Santa Maria and was interviewed by Channel 9 on the subject

     

  •  (November 12)
    Ambassador Brian A. Nichols met with leaders of the afro-descendant community in Chincha, where the Mayor of the district municipality of El Carmen, Antonio Goyoneche Ballumbrosio, handed him the keys of the district

     

  • (November 6)
    Ambassador Brian A. Nichols visited Pucallpa for the launch of the project Strengthening of Social Capital to protect forests in the Ucayali Region with the participation of the communities of the area.

    U.S. will invest more than 5 million soles for forest management by native communities. Ambassador emphasized that "it is necessary and key to work with the Ucayali population in the improvement of their forests and their living conditions. Our commitment now is to prepare them, train them and join forces to stop the depredation of their forests and ensure a sustainable development future." Ambassador handed seedlings for reforestation within the framework of the "Pon de tu parte" campaign, that the Embassy also supports. 

  • (October 20) Here is what you need to know about Ebola.
    Facts about Ebola

    Ebola is the deadliest disease in history. "Stopping this disease won't be easy, but we know how to do it," President Obama said in early September. The U.S. government is collaborating with international organizations and the leaders of West African countries to stop the spread of Ebola. 

  • (October 2)
    2015 Ambassadors Fund Contest for Peruvian Cultural Preservation Projects

    The Ambassadors Fund help developing countries preserve their cultural patrimony and demonstrate respect held by the U.S. for the cultural heritage of their countries. To date, Peru has received more than US$1,350,000 to support cultural patrimony conservation projects. 

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