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  • Ebola:  Calling journalists to ensure accurate reporting

    Ebola: Calling journalists to ensure accurate reporting

    In cooperation with Africa Regional Services in Paris, the U.S. Embassy in Dakar organized a digital video conference on November 12 led by American communications expert Ilan Moss

    ALSO:  Photos
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    International Education Week 2014

    The United States celebrated the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide during International Education Week, November 17-21, 2014.

  • Enthusiastic children welcome US delegation (Photo US Embassy)

    MCC Inaugurates Ndioum Bridge and Ngalenka Perimeter

    On October 28, President of Senegal Macky Sall and U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Sandra Clark meet in Ngalenka and Ndioum in the Department of Podor to inaugurate the Ndioum Bridge, and the 440-hectare Ngalenka irrigation project that was completed in early 2014.

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  • Press Attaché Kristine Marsh presents a certificate to one of the participants (US Embassy photo)

    The U.S. Embassy Advocates Women’s Leadership

    Following Saint-Louis and Dakar, the U.S. Embassy -- in collaboration with the Convergence des Femmes Universitaires pour le Leadership Féminin (COFULEF) -- organized a women’s leadership training program at Assane Seck University in Ziguinchor (UASZ) on October 23-34, 2014.

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Holiday

  • The United States Mission offices in Dakar will be closed on Thursday, November 27, 2014 in observance of Thanksgiving Day.  In addition, the Embassy will also close on Friday November 28, 2014.

GUINEA-BISSAU

  • The U.S. Embassy in Dakar also covers Guinea-Bissau, and we have a “virtual presence post” website for Guinea-Bissau in English and Portuguese. 

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  • Panorama 137
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    #137
    Septembre / Octobre 2014

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