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  • USFOL Volunteers at Animal Shelter (photo courtesy USFOL)
    USFOL Volunteers at Animal Shelter (PDF 124 KB)

    On February 10, 2015, ten volunteers from the U.S. Forward Operating Location (USFOL) visited Dieren Asiel Parera (animal shelter) to assist with grooming and the health needs of 28 dogs and 25 cats. Dieren Asiel is a non-profit animal shelter focused on providing dogs and cats a safe temporary home until more permanent homes are found. 

  • USFOL Volunteers Revitalize Richardus Huis on Curacao (Picture Courtesy USFOL)
    USFOL Volunteers Revitalize Richardus Huis on Curacao (PDF 109 KB)

    On 28 Jan 2015, 25 volunteers from the U.S. Forward Operating Location partnered with volunteers and staff from Richardus Huis for a concentrated revitalization effort. The team applied a new coat of paint to the building exterior, removed debris and trash from the grounds, and improved the outdoor landscape. 

  • USFOL Volunteers Continue to Support Community-based Programs in Curacao (photo courtesy USFOL)
    USFOL Volunteers Continue to Support Community-based Programs in Curacao (PDF 108 KB)

    Community outreach activities at the Fuik Children’s Center, Siloam Orphanage, and other programs express the USFOL’s long-standing appreciation for the hospitality they receive from the citizens of Curacao. 

  • Governments Sign Joint Statement at Caribbean Energy Security Summit (Photo courtesy U.S. State Department)
    Participants Sign Joint Statement at Caribbean Energy Security Summit

    The Governments of Aruba, Curacao, and other countries in the region together with CARICOM, Caribbean Development Bank, EU, Inter-American Development Bank Group, International Renewable Energy Agency, Organization of American States, and the World Bank Group signed a joined statement at the Caribbean Energy Security Summit.  Joint Statement »

  • USCGC Tampa and CG Moore Visit Bonaire (Photo Courtesy Patricia Bergwijn)
    USCGC Tampa and CG Moore Visit Bonaire

    USCGC Tampa is on Bonaire for a port visit January 25-29. Commander Clinton Carlson hosted a lunch on board for Consul General James Moore, Island Governor Edison Rijna, Kingdom Representative Gilbert Isabella, and Chief of Police Hildegard Buitink, among other guests.  

  • Department of State Updates the Worldwide Caution
    Department of State Updates the Worldwide Caution

    The Department of State is updating the Worldwide Caution to provide information on the continuing threat of terrorist actions and violence against U.S. citizens and interests throughout the world. 

  • U.S. Consulate General Curaçao Expands Visa Services (PDF 186 KB)
    U.S. Consulate General Curaçao Expands Visa Services (PDF 186 KB)

    The U.S. Consulate General Curaçao is pleased to announce new policies for non-immigrant visa (NIV) applicants, effective immediately. 

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