Skip Global Navigation to Main Content
Skip Breadcrumb Navigation
Skip Left Navigation
NEWS AND EVENTS

Consulate General Events

  • Arizona-Sonora Border Collaboration Meeting
    Arizona-Sonora Border Collaboration Meeting

    On October 16, 2014, the U.S. Consulate General in Nogales, Sonora hosted the Arizona-Sonora Border Collaboration meeting (BCM) in Rio Rico, Arizona. Read more »

  • Consul Teal meets with ARSOBO beneficiaries and Tucson volunteers
    Consul Teal meets with ARSOBO beneficiaries and Tucson volunteers

    On September 27, Consul General Christopher Teal visited ARSOBO. ARSOBO (Arizona-Sonora Border Projects for Inclusion) is a nonprofit in Nogales, Sonora which employs individuals with disabilities to construct mobility-assistance devices and provides them at a low-cost to individuals with disabilities to help provide a better quality of life and a means of becoming contributing members of society. On May 28, the U.S. Consulate General in Nogales, Sonora in coordination with U.S. Northern Command, donated $14,700 USD worth of materials to Desarrollo Integral de la Familia (DIF) Nogales, which received these supplies on behalf ARSOBO. Through this donation, approximately 100 people will receive an all-terrain wheelchair and 10 will receive a prosthetic limb through ARSOBO’s clinics. 

  • alt
    ARSOBO donation to DIF Nogales

    On June 16, the U.S. Consulate General in Nogales, Sonora in coordination with U.S. Northern Command, donated $14,700 USD worth of materials to Desarrollo Integral de la Familia (DIF) Nogales, which received supplies on behalf of ARSOBO. ARSOBO (Arizona-Sonora Border Projects for Inclusion) is a nonprofit organization in Nogales, Sonora which employs individuals with disabilities to construct mobility-assistance devices and provides them at a low-cost to individuals with disabilities to help provide a better quality of life and a means of becoming contributing members of society. Through this donation, approximately 100 people will receive all-terrain wheelchairs and 10 will receive prosthetic limbs through ARSOBO’s clinics.