U.S. Embassy Recognizes International Day For Persons With Disabilities  

PR – The U.S. Embassy St. George’s joins the global community in commemorating the  International Day for Persons with Disabilities on December 3, 2023. This day serves  as a reminder of the importance of inclusivity, understanding, and empowerment  for individuals with diverse abilities. 

The theme for this year’s International Day for Persons with Disabilities is  “Transformative solutions for inclusive development: the role of innovation in  fueling an accessible and equitable world”. The U.S. Embassy is proud to be part  of this worldwide effort to raise awareness and foster an environment where  everyone, regardless of their abilities, can thrive and contribute to society. 

On Monday, December 4, 2023, Acting Principal Officer of the U.S. Embassy Kevin  Ogley attended and participated in a special assembly at the School for Special  Education in Grand Anse, St. George’s. He gave encouraging remarks to the  students and expressed thanks to the staff for their incredible service and the  outstanding role in fostering educational development. In collaboration with the  Grenada Association of U.S. Exchange Alumni, the students were treated to light  refreshments to show appreciation for their unique contribution towards  community life in Grenada. 

The assembly was celebrated under the theme “We Appreciate You!”