New Peace Corps Botswana Volunteers Take Oath of Service

Seventy-two United States Peace Corps trainees will be sworn in by the United States Ambassador to Botswana, Craig Cloud for their two-year service to Botswana after completing 11 weeks of training on October 9 and 10. 

The ceremonies will take place today in Ramotswa at the Kelemogile Community Junior Secondary School (23 Volunteers to be placed in schools) and tomorrow in Kanye at the Kanye Education Center (49 Volunteers to be placed in health facilities, government offices and civil society organizations).

Invited guests and speakers include the First Lady, Neo Masisi, the Ministers of Basic Education and Health and Wellness, Bangwaketse Kgosikgolo Malope II, Balete Kgosikgolo Mosadi Seboko, the National AIDS and Health Promotion Agency (NAHPA) National Coordinator and ministerial partners from the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, as well as civil society. Members of the press are invited to cover the event. 

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