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  • HS Students Discuss Essays on Sexual Exploitation
  • Workshop for Chadian Social Entrepreneurs

    Workshop for Chadian Social Entrepreneurs

    A dozen social entrepreneurs from Chadian volunteer organizations and communal associations participated in an American Embassy program on NGO Management, September 25.

  • Studying in the US/American Education Topics of the Day in Chad

    Studying in the US

    Terminal students from five of N’Djamena’s best lycees met with the US Embassy’s Education Advisor September 19 to discuss higher education in the United States and how to apply to American universities.

  • U.S. Financial support to Community Associations

    U.S. Financial support to Community Associations

    Ambassador James Knight hosted a signing ceremony at the U.S. Embassy for four letters of agreement from the African Development Foundation (ADF), a public corporation of the U.S. government that awards economic development grants to marginalized and underserved populations in Africa.

  • Signature des conventions d'aide financières

    US Embassy Supports Work of Chadian NGOs

    American Ambassador James Knight and eight Chadian community leaders met at the U.S. Embassy on September 9 for a signing ceremony at which their non-government organizations and civic groups received financial grants totaling nearly 42,500,000 CFA ($85,000).

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  • HS Students Discuss Essays on Sexual Exploitation, Girls’ Education at US Embassy
    HS Students Discuss Essays on Sexual Exploitation, Girls’ Education at US Embassy

    25 students from the N’djamena English International School (NEIS) were invited to the American Embassy September 25 to discuss and debate essays they had written several months ago about sexual trafficking of children, the treatment of rape victims, and/or the rights of girls to an education the same as boys. 

  • Workshop for Chadian Social Entrepreneurs
    Workshop for Chadian Social Entrepreneurs

    A dozen social entrepreneurs from Chadian volunteer organizations and communal associations participated in an American Embassy program on NGO Management, September 25.  

  • Studying in the US/American Education Topics of the Day in Chad
    Studying in the US/American Education Topics of the Day in Chad

    Terminal students from five of N’Djamena’s best lycees met with the US Embassy’s Education Advisor September 19 to discuss higher education in the United States and how to apply to American universities.  

  •  US Embassy Supports Work of Chadian NGOs Promoting a Democratic Society
    US Embassy Supports Work of Chadian NGOs Promoting a Democratic Society

    American Ambassador James Knight and eight Chadian community leaders met at the U.S. Embassy on September 9 for a signing ceremony at which their non-government organizations and civic groups received financial grants totaling nearly 42,500,000 CFA ($85,000).  

  • U.S. Financial support to Four Chadian Community Associations
    U.S. Financial support to Four Chadian Community Associations

    Ambassador James Knight hosted a signing ceremony at the U.S. Embassy for four letters of agreement from the African Development Foundation (ADF), a public corporation of the U.S. government that awards economic development grants to marginalized and underserved populations in Africa. 

  • 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.  

2014 TIP Report on Chad

  • 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report

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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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