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  • Consul General Moore Welcomed the Descendants of the Late Leonard B. Smith (picture courtesy U.S. Consulate)
    Consul General Moore Welcomed the Descendants of the Late Leonard B. Smith

    CG Moore welcomed the descendants of the late Leonard B. Smith to Roosevelt House. A former Consul General, Leonard B. Smith's projects helped lay the foundations for the development of Curaçao's modern infrastructure -- including the floating pontoon bridge and the first electrical plant. 

  • Consul General Moore Expresses Condolences After Crash of Malaysian Airlines Flight
    Consul General Moore Expresses Condolences After Crash of Malaysian Airlines Flight

    I would like to express our deepest condolences to the families of all those who lost their lives in the crash of Malaysian Airlines flight ‪#‎MH17‬. We are especially saddened by the loss of Curaçao-born Kevin Jesurun, who was aboard the flight. Our thoughts and prayers are with Kevin’s family and friends, as well as the loved ones of all the victims of this terrible tragedy.  White House Statement »

  • USFOL Volunteers Refurbish Classrooms at Goslinga School (photo courtesy USFOL)
    USFOL Volunteers Refurbish Classrooms at Goslinga School (PDF 70 KB)

    Volunteers from the U.S. Forward Operating Location (USFOL) spent the day refurbishing classrooms for students at Goslinga School in Otrabanda on July 8, 2014. 

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    U.S. Consulate General Curacao launched its official Facebook page on July 3. The page is designed to build an online community, engaging citizens of the Dutch Caribbean and others throughout the world who are interested in the Consulate’s mission. 

  • USFOL Volunteers Sponsor a Relaxing Day of Manicures For Nursing Home Residents (Photo courtesy USFOL)
    USFOL Volunteers Sponsor a Relaxing Day of Manicures For Nursing Home Residents (PDF 70 KB)

    Bringing spa services to their local community, six female volunteers from the USFOL offered female residents a relaxing morning of manicures at Betesda Nursing Home. 

  • USFOL Volunteers Serve Curaçao’s School Communities (photo courtesy USFOL)
    USFOL Volunteers Serve Curaçao’s School Communities (PDF 70 KB)

    Volunteers from the U.S. Forward Operating Location (USFOL) continue to serve community projects on Curaçao. Twenty-two volunteers spent the afternoon of June 20 putting fresh coats of paint on the school building in Otrabanda. 

  • 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report Released
    2014 Trafficking in Persons Report Released

    The Trafficking in Persons Report assesses government efforts around the world to combat modern slavery. This year's Report, the 14th installment, includes narratives for 188 countries and territories, including the United States. 

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