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Events 2014

The latest news about U.S. Embassy to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean events in 2014.

August

May

April

  • Public Lecture on Snail Eradication

    On Tuesday April 15 the Embassy hosted a public lecture on "Strategies for the Eradication of the Giant African Land Snail and other invasive species" at the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic's main auditorium. 

  • Media workshops in St. Kitts and Barbados

    On Tuesday April 1 and Thursday April 3, the Embassy hosted media workshops for journalists on the islands of St. Kitts and Barbados with Luis Botello, Senior Program Director of Special Projects, International Center for Journalists. 

March

  • Visit to St. Lucy Primary School
    Visit to St. Lucy Primary School

    Deputy Public Affairs Officer (DPAO) Krystle Norman visited the St. Lucy Primary School in Barbados to speak to young girls about this year’s Women’s History Month theme, “Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment.” 

February

  • Grenadian youths learn about leadership
    Grenadian youths learn about leadership

    The return of the third group of five young persons to Grenada this week completed the Youth Leadership Program (YLP), which was designed to advance mutual understanding between the people of the United States and other countries through weeks-long, thematic, intensive exchanges. Five Caribbean countries participated: Grenada; Guyana; the Bahamas; Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago. 

  • Virginia State University Gospel Chorale Performance
    Virginia State University Gospel Chorale Performance

    As part of our Black History Month activities and to showcase the diversity of American performing arts and music, the U.S. Embassy in Bridgetown hosted a gospel concert on Saturday, February 22 featuring the internationally acclaimed Virginia State University (VSU) Gospel Chorale at the Frank Collymore Hall. 

  • Embassy Bridgetown hosts HBCU College Fair
    Embassy Bridgetown hosts HBCU College Fair

    Embassy Bridgetown successfully hosted a Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) College Fair last Friday February 21. The fair, a first of its kind in Barbados, was designed to support President Obama's 100,000 in the Americas Initiative and be a part of the U.S. Embassy's Black History Month Celebrations. 

January

  • Focusing on Trafficking in Persons
    Focusing on Trafficking in Persons

    Ambassador-at-Large in the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP), Luis CdeBaca met with high level government officials, stakeholders and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) concerned with combating TIP during his recent visit to Barbados. 

  • U.S. Embassy provides training for Dominica Police Force
    U.S. Embassy provides training for Dominica Police Force

    Over the week of January 27, fifteen officers of the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force received training from the U.S. Embassy. 

  • Climate Change Mitigation in Grenada
    Climate Change Mitigation in Grenada

    On January 23, 2014 U.S. Charge d'Affaires to Grenada Louis Crishock and U.S. Agency for International Development Climate Change Advisor for the Eastern Caribbean Mikell O'Mealy joined Grenada's Deputy Prime Minister Elvin Nimrod and officials from throughout the OECS at a ceremony in Petite Martinique, Grenada to mark the completion of Phase 1 of a climate change mitigation project - the construction of a revetment near Sanchez.