ABUJA, Nigeria— To commemorate World Earth Day on April 22, 2021, the U.S Embassy’s Green team, led by Ambassador Mary Beth Leonard and Deputy Chief of Mission Kathleen FitzGibbon, visited the LEA Primary School in Gwarimpa to meet the 20 ECO-Scholars sponsored by the Embassy’s recycling program, plant trees, educate the children on the need ...
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Embassy Abuja Participates in America Recycles Day National Campaign

On November 6-15, U.S. Embassy Abuja’s volunteer-led Green Stripe Initiative launched a plastic bottle drive competition to commemorate America Recycles Day . Celebrated each year on and in the weeks leading up to November 15, thousands of communities across the United States participate in activities to raise awareness and encourage increased and improved recycling in the United States. ...
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Embassy Recycling Efforts Support a Dozen Children to Attend School for the First Time

On September 23, U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Kathleen FitzGibbon, accompanied by members of the Mission’s volunteer-led Green Stripe Initiative, visited the LEA Primary School in Gwarimpa, and two local recycling facilities. Upon arriving at LEA Primary, around 450 primary school children gathered to sing a welcome song to the visitors. Large boxes of school supplies ...
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