U.S. Consulate, Partners Train 100 Police, Civil Defense Officers on Countering Gender Based Violence

Lagos––On Wednesday, the U.S. Consulate General concluded a three-day capacity building program for 100 police officers and civil defense operatives as part of efforts to counter gender-based violence in Nigeria. Supported by the U.S. Consulate General, the workshop was organized in partnership with the U.S.-based International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the Women ...
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U.S. Celebrates 20 Nigerian Fashion Designers

Lagos—This week, the U.S. Consulate General honored 20 emerging, mid-career Nigerian fashion designers who recently participated in the International Visitors Leadership Program (IVLP), a flagship U.S. government exchange program. Through the virtual IVLP project titled, “Promoting Economic Growth and Trade in the Fashion Industry” the 20 participants had the unique opportunity to connect with their U.S. counterparts ...
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U.S. Strengthens Nigeria’s Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response

Lagos –– The U.S. Consul General, Claire Pierangelo, underscored the U.S. Government’s commitment and prioritization of Public Health Emergency Management as Nigeria works towards achieving the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) 2024 targets and meeting the International Health Regulations (IHR) requirements by strengthening workforce development, disease surveillance, emergency response, and laboratory capacity.   The Consul General spoke ...
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U.S. Mission Visits Tolaram Group and the Lekki Deep Sea Port

Lagos—On Friday, July 30, the United States Consul General in Nigeria, Claire Pierangelo, led a delegation comprising representatives of the America Business Council and United States Consulate General Lagos to assess the Lagos Free Zone (LFZ) and under-construction Lekki Deep Sea Port.  The purpose of the visit was to review the benefits of the initiatives ...
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U.S. Universities Offer $4.35 Million Scholarships to 30 Nigerian Students

Lagos— Thirty Opportunity Funds Program scholars of the U.S. Consulate General in Lagos have received fully-funded scholarships totaling $4.35 million to attend American universities and colleges for the 2021/2022 academic session.  Following a competitive selection process, the 30 high-achieving, low-income students received financial aid from the U.S. Consulate General that covered expenses involved in the college ...
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U.S. Government Supports Additional 45,000 People Living with HIV in Oyo, Ondo States

Ibadan and Akure––The U.S. government will identify and place an additional 45,000 People Living with HIV (PLHIV) in Oyo and Ondo states on life-saving antiretroviral treatment as part of efforts to move Nigeria towards HIV epidemic control.     The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), administered by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control ...
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U.S. Boosts Nigeria’s Maritime Security with New Surveillance Equipment

Lagos––The United States on Friday donated a shipment of maritime security equipment worth One Hundred and Eighty Thousand Dollars to the Nigerian Navy, to upgrade the anti-piracy and nautical security functions of the country’s Regional Maritime Awareness Capability (RMAC). The donation comprises a selection of best-in-class sensors and radars, communications and networking equipment, thermal-imaging cameras ...
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COVID-19: U.S. Repatriates 997 Americans Back Home

Lagos––The U.S. Mission in Nigeria has helped 997 Americans return home to reunite with family and friends during this time of unprecedented challenge posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. From April 6-8, three U.S. Consulate-organized chartered flights operated by Delta Air Lines and Ethiopian Airlines repatriated 850 American citizens from the Murtala Mohammed International Airport Lagos ...
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U.S. Urges Removal of User-fees for People Living with HIV

Enugu–– The recently released data from the U.S.-supported Nigeria HIV/AIDS Indicator and Impact Survey revealed that there are approximately 1.9 million people still living with the virus in Nigeria. These people require appropriate medical treatment to live a normal and healthy life. The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) administered by the U.S. ...
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Message for U.S. Citizens – Town Hall for U.S. Citizens in Benin City

The U.S. Consulate General Lagos is pleased to announce that Consul General  Claire Pierangelo will be visiting Benin City on September 24th and will host a Town-Hall Forum to meet the American community.  The Consul General will be accompanied by a Consular Officer who will provide voting information and can provide no-fee notarial services (parental ...
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