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The U.S. and Bahamas Governments Sign MOU to Re-establish the Fulbright Program in The Bahamas

On May 14th, the Deputy Assistant Secretary (DAS) in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Caroline Casagrande and U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Stephanie Bowers participated in the Memorandum of Understanding signing ceremony to re-establish the Fulbright  Program for Bahamian students.  The ceremony, hosted at the Office of the Prime Minister, with the support of Prime ...
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Bahamas Fulbright Foreign Student Program Launch

Deputy Assistant Secretary Caroline CasagrandeRemarks for Bahamas Fulbright Foreign Student Program LaunchNassau, Bahamas I am delighted to be here in the Bahamas, which is an important friend and partner to the United States. Education is at the root of all of our relationships, in science, business, and political life. And last year, about 2,100 Bahamian students studied in the ...
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Remarks by U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Stephanie Bowers, MOU Signing Ceremony for the Re-establishment of the Fulbright Program.

Good morning.  There is nothing more important than education.  Education creates opportunities and makes a difference in the lives of young people.  Education is thus a top priority in our bilateral relationship, which is why I am so pleased with today’s announcement. Since my arrival in Nassau last March, I have been advocating for the ...
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U.S. Government Donates $2M Long Range Radar Equipment to the RBDF

On April 17, U.S. and Bahamian government officials traveled to Matthew Town, Inagua for the commissioning of a $2M, state-of-the-art, Long-Range Coastal Radar System, made possible United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM). Among those on hand for the ceremony, the Most Honourable Prime Minister, Dr.  Hubert Minnis; General O’Shaughnessy, Commander of the U.S. Northern Command; U.S. ...
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