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  • Senegal’s millet farmers triple yields with new technology (Photo USAID)

    ‘Dynamic Collaboration’ Between USAID and Senegal

    Senegalese Minister of Economy and Finance Amadou Ba and U.S. Ambassador James P. Zumwalt presided over the annual Joint Portfolio Review between the Government of Senegal and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) held June 23, 2015.

  • Ambassador Zumwalt presided over the Embassy’s observation of its national holiday. (Photo US Embassy)

    U.S. Embassy Celebrates Independence Day

    U.S. Ambassador to Senegal James P. Zumwalt and Senegalese Armed Forces Minister Augustin Tine presided over the United States Embassy’s observation of its national holiday, officially marked on July 4, on Thursday, June 11.

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  • Augustin Yakhar FAYE, Makha Racine Sy and Ambassador Zumwalt presides over the USA Week opening ceremony (Photo US Embassy)

    Ambassador Zumwalt Opens USA Week Dakar

    US Ambassador James Zumwalt, Mr. Augustin Faye, Chief of Staff of the Minister of Trade, and President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Senegal, Makha Sy, presided over the opening ceremony of the 5th edition of the “American Week in Dakar” on May 27.

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  • USAID Acting Mission Director Lisa Franchett makes remarks at the launch of the new four year, $24 million agricultural project, Feed the Future Senegal Naatal Mbay. (Photo USAID/Senegal)

    USAID Launches New Agriculture Project

    The United States government, through the U.S. Agency for development (USAID), has launched a new project to be implemented under the global Feed the Future initiative.

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  • 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. 



Global Entrepreneurhip Summit

Milan Expo / USA Pavilion

  • Milan Expo and USA Pavilion


  • Panorama 137
    Mars/Avril 2015
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