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  • 9/11 Remembered at US Embassy N’djamena

    9/11 Remembered at US Embassy N’djamena

    Under a hot mid-day sun in N’Djamena, members of the U.S. Embassy community -- Americans and Chadians alike -- joined Ambassador James Knight in observing a moment of silence to remember and reflect on the events of September 11, 2001.

  • Chadian English Teachers Participate in Webinar on Peer Review

    Chadian English Teachers Participate in Webinar

    17 English teachers from public and private secondary schools in N’Djamena participated in a webinar (a real time seminar available via the internet: web + seminar = webinar) at the U.S. Embassy on Wednesday, September 10.

  • Young Chadian Travelers Welcomed Back Home at US Embassy

    Young Chadian Travelers Welcomed Back Home

    14 young professionals and high school students who traveled to the United States this summer were welcomed back home to Chad by Ambassador James Knight and other American diplomats at the U.S. embassy on Monday, September 8.

  • American Embassy Awards Grants to Five Chadian NGOs

    American Embassy Awards Grants to Five Chadian NGOs

    American Ambassador James Knight presided over a signing ceremony at the U.S. Embassy September 4 at which five Chadian non-government associations and groups received financial grants totaling nearly 25,000,000 CFA ($50,000).

  • “La Source” Bookstore Helps to Tell America’s Story in Chad

    “La Source” Helps to Tell America’s Story in Chad

    The U.S. Embassy’s acting Public Affairs Officer, David R. Andresen, visited the La Source bookstore in N’Djamena on Wednesday, August 27.

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  • 9/11 Remembered at US Embassy N’djamena
    9/11 Remembered at US Embassy N’djamena

    Under a hot mid-day sun in N’Djamena, members of the U.S. Embassy community -- Americans and Chadians alike -- joined Ambassador James Knight in observing a moment of silence to remember and reflect on the events of September 11, 2001.  

  • Chadian English Teachers Participate in Webinar on Peer Review
    Chadian English Teachers Participate in Webinar on Peer Review

    17 English teachers from public and private secondary schools in N’Djamena participated in a webinar (a real time seminar available via the internet: web + seminar = webinar) at the U.S. Embassy on Wednesday, September 10.  

  • Young Chadian Travelers Welcomed Back Home at US Embassy
    Young Chadian Travelers Welcomed Back Home at US Embassy

    14 young professionals and high school students who traveled to the United States this summer were welcomed back home to Chad by Ambassador James Knight and other American diplomats at the U.S. embassy on Monday, September 8.  

  • American Embassy Awards Grants to Five Chadian NGOs
    American Embassy Awards Grants to Five Chadian NGOs

    American Ambassador James Knight presided over a signing ceremony at the U.S. Embassy September 4 at which five Chadian non-government associations and groups received financial grants totaling nearly 25,000,000 CFA ($50,000).  

  • International Telephonic Press Conference on Ebola outbreak
    International Telephonic Press Conference on Ebola outbreak

    Journalists and reporters from three Chadian media organizations gathered at the U.S. Embassy on September 3 to participate in an international telephonic press conference with Dr. Tom Kenyon, Director of the Center for Global Health ...  

  • “La Source” Bookstore Helps to Tell America’s Story in Chad
    “La Source” Bookstore Helps to Tell America’s Story in Chad

    The U.S. Embassy’s acting Public Affairs Officer, David R. Andresen, visited the La Source bookstore in N’Djamena on Wednesday, August 27.  

  • U.S. Major General James Linder’s visits Chad
    U.S. Major General James Linder visits Chad

    The Commanding General of AFRICOM’s Special Operations Command, U.S. Major General James Linder, visited Chad August 20 – 22 to meet with his Chadian counterparts and other officials to discuss military matters of bilateral and regional concern.  

2014 TIP Report on Chad

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  • Emergency contacts In Case of Emergency
    If you are an American citizen with an after hours emergency, you should call the Embassy Duty Phone at (235) 63.51.78.00 or the Embassy Switchboard at (235) 22.51.70.09.

    For Non-Emergency Issues, please see our General Contact Page.

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Global Innovation through Science and Technology

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2014 YALI

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POTUS VISIT TO EUROPE

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2014 TIP Report on Chad

  • 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report

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