Embassy hosts Annual Iftar Dinner

The Embassy’s annual Iftar dinner was hosted last evening by Chargé d’Affaires John W. McIntyre as part of our continuing engagement with members of the Muslim community. Chargé d’Affaires McIntyre made a commitment to increase outreach with the community both on a professional and personal level. Yacoob Ali, President of ASJA in his greetings on ...
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U.S. Medical Mission in Sangre Grande

The weekend September 1-3, a U.S. Medical Mission led by Trini/American Dr. Reynold S. Agard, was in Trinidad to offer free medical services in the Sangre Grande community. The health care clinic, which was based at the Sangre Grande Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church was comprised of 120 physicians, nurses and other health professionals from ...
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Consular outreach with National Muslim Women’s Organization of Trinidad and Tobago

As a part of the Embassy’s Speaker Program, Consular Officer Sara Elsayed met with the National Muslim Women’s Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago (NMWOTT).  Ms. Elsayed spoke about her experience coming from a Muslim background and growing up in the U.S.  The group shared stories about issues facing Muslim women and the work that NMWOTT is doing in the local community.
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