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  • U.S. Embassy celebrates World Press Freedom Day

    U.S. Embassy celebrates World Press Freedom Day

    The U.S. Embassy Chad celebrated World Press Freedom Day by arranging a book discussion on a “The elements of journalism: what newspeople should know and the public should expect” (Nouveaux Horizons, written by Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel).

  • The Mandela Washington Fellowship pre-departure orientation

    The Mandela Washington Fellowship pre-departure orientation

    The Embassy conference room was the venue for the Mandela Washington Fellowship pre-departure orientation that brought together four 2015 Fellows, three YALI alumni and the Embassy staff members.

  • World Press Freedom Day

    World Press Freedom Day

    The Chadian Alumni Association (AVITE/USA) seized the opportunity of World Press Freedom Day to hold a discussion on “The Role and Responsibility of the Press during the Election Process”.

  • Embassy N’Djamena inspires future women leaders

    Embassy N’Djamena inspires future women leaders

    The Chargé opened the program which brought together 45 female participants including NGO leaders, civil servants, IVLP, YALI and SUSI alumni, 2015 YALI nominees and female university students.

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