The International Writing Program Women’s Creative Mentorship Program Call for Applications from Young Emerging Mauritian Female Writers Deadline: January 1, 2019 The Embassy of the United States of America is pleased to announce a brand new initiative, the International Writing Program (IWP) Women’s Creative Mentorship Program. Working in collaboration with the Department of State’s …
By U.S. Embassy in Port Louis | 12 October, 2018 | Topics: Alumni, Art & Culture, Culture, Education, Gender Issues, News
The Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S. Embassy to Mauritius and Seychelles is pleased to announce a funding opportunity through the Public Diplomacy Small Grants Program. This document outlines our funding priorities based on availability of funds, the strategic themes we focus on, and the procedures for submitting requests for funding. Please carefully follow all instructions detailed in …
By U.S. Embassy in Port Louis | 25 July, 2018 | Topics: Business, Embassy, Gender Issues, Health Issues, Human Rights, News, U.S. Embassy in Port Louis, U.S. Virtual Presence Post in Seychelles
Africa Regional Services’ Soccer Envoy Kelsey Perlman had a stellar week-long program in Mauritius from July 30-August 6. Kelsey’s program kicked off on July 30, where at the invitation of our partners and collaborators – the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Mauritius Football Association – she attended the final of the Council of …
By U.S. Embassy in Port Louis | 7 August, 2017 | Topics: Africa, Education, Embassy, Events, Gender Issues, News, U.S. Embassy in Port Louis | Tags: Africa Regional Services, football, gender equality, soccer, Soccer Envoy, Sports Diplomacy
From a creative writing class with authors to a talk with NGOs on how to help children express their emotions through art to discussing the creative industry with entrepreneurs, spoken word artist, writer and social entrepreneur Dasha Kelly Hamilton had a busy schedule during her stay in Mauritius.
By U.S. Embassy in Port Louis | 13 April, 2017 | Topics: Art & Culture, Culture, Education, Embassy, Events, Gender Issues, News, U.S. Embassy in Port Louis | Tags: iip; slam;
Chargé d’Affaires Dr. Melanie Zimmerman hosted an afternoon tea in celebration of International Women’s Day. We were glad to have the participants of the recent The Leadership We Want conference with us!
By U.S. Embassy in Port Louis | 27 March, 2017 | Topics: Alumni, Chargé D’Affaires, Embassy, Events, Gender Issues, Human Rights, News | Tags: WID; International Women's Day; alumni