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Security Warning: Travel to Gracias a Dios

The U.S. Embassy has restricted U.S. Government personnel travel to Gracias a Dios, Honduras, due to credible threat information against U.S citizens.  U.S. citizens traveling to Gracias a Dios should consider postponing their travel.  U.S. Citizens who choose to travel, or reside in Gracias a Dios, should remain alert to local conditions and for signs of danger, be ...
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U.S. Embassy to Mark Earth Day With Information Fair

TEGUCIGALPA – On April 24,  the U.S. Embassy, in partnership with Cascadas Mall, is proudly sponsoring its 2015 Earth Day Fair (Feria del Dia de la Tierra 2015). More than 15 participating organizations representing the private sector, government, academia, and civil society will showcase projects highlighting technology and practices that promote responsible use of the environment, sustainability, ...
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Op-ed by Ambassador Nealon on Earth Day

Every year on April 22 the world celebrates Earth Day. One of the biggest long-term challenges we face today is climate change. According to recent studies by the United States Agency for International Development, USAID, Honduras will be one of the countries most affected by climate change, with temperature increases causing rainfall to decrease by ...
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U.S. Muralist Unveils Community Mural Project in Honduras

TEGUCIGALPA – The U.S. Embassy hosted acclaimed muralist and State Department Cultural Envoy, Michelle Ortiz, for a week-long community mural project. Through a grant given by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Ortiz worked with members of the Colonia Estados Unidos neighborhood in Tegucigalpa to create a mural that highlights ...
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U.S. Donates Disaster Relief Facilities and Equipment to Honduras

COMAYAGÜELA – The U.S. government is donating three disaster relief warehouses, an emergency operations center and first responder equipment to Honduras as part of a U.S. military-managed effort to contribute to the region’s disaster relief preparedness. Ambassador James D. Nealon will officially turn over the facilities and equipment to Comision Permante de Contingencias (COPECO) leaders ...
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