U.S. Mission

Consul General U.S. Consulate Will Stevens and Director General, National Commission for Museums and Monuments, Professor Abba Issa Tijani signing the Memorandum of Understanding at the signing ceremony in Lagos.

U.S. Mission awards grant to train curators on preservation of Nigeria’s wooden artifacts

On Monday, the U.S. Mission in Nigeria announced the launch of the 2022 Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP) project to train Nigerian museum professionals in wood conservation, documentation, and storage. [ad]
2 years ago
U.S. Consul General Will Stevens delivering remarks at the reception party organized for the 2022 Mandela Washington Fellows in Lagos.

U.S. Mission welcomes 2022 Mandela Washington Fellows

Last week, the U.S. Mission in Nigeria organized a reunion conference and welcome reception for the 2022 Mandela Washington fellows selected to participate in a six-week leadership program studying Business, Civic Engagement,
2 years ago
Rock Art Exhibition 2: Photographic display of monoliths during the rock art exhibition at the National Museum in Lagos.

U.S. Mission Promotes Preservation of Nigerian Rock Art

The U.S. government continues to support the preservation of Nigeria’s rich heritage through the Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation and other partnership mechanisms.
2 years ago
TV Host Frank Edoho engaging with high school students on the importance of intellectual property rights protection during the two-day IP Symposium organized by the U.S. Mission in Lagos

U.S. Mission promotes intellectual property rights protection in Nigeria

The U.S. government is committed to promoting public awareness of the importance of protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights (IPR) as a strategic resource for bolstering economic growth in Nigeria.
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