Due to the pandemic, AAFSW is sad to announce we will not hold the Art and BookFair this year. Please click here to watch our anniversary video celebration.

2020 SOSA Winners and Honorable Mention Awardees

AAFSW’s is celebrating its 60th Anniversary: 1960-2020

AAFSW's Annual Art & BookFair
Letter from AAFSW President Lara Center
The 2020 SOSA Winners and Honorable Mention Awardees
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Our Mission

The Associates of the American Foreign Service Worldwide (AAFSW) was established in 1960. AAFSW is a membership-based association within the American Foreign Affairs Community, including Foreign Service and Civil Service employees, spouses, partners, members of household and retirees.  AAFSW promotes the goals and serves the needs of our community through Advocacy, Outreach, Awards, Scholarships, Services and Networking Events. More about us.

 

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Virtual Program on Jan. 26

An AAFSW Virtual Presentation  By Her Excellency  Roya Rahmani  Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan  Tuesday, January 26, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.   The AAFSW will start the New Year with our annual Ambassador Speaker Series in collaboration with DACOR-Bacon House. We are delighted to invite you to a very informative and interesting virtual […]

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Bathroom project at orphanage

Hear From 2020 SOSA Recipient Michelle Collett

We wanted to take the time to tell our community more about some of this year’s award recipients — we hope you find their stories and advice as inspiring as we do! Below, read more about Michelle Collett, who worked in Libreville, Gabon to help advance environmental protection and awareness both inside and outside the […]

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SNEA: What is it and Does it Affect You

The Special Needs Education Allowance (SNEA) is designed to enable children with special needs posted abroad with their State Department families to approximate the same education advantages they would have if they were in the States. The child must have a Class 2 Medical Clearance and have at least a provisional acceptance at a school […]

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