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  • Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address

    Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address

    “In West Africa, our troops, our scientists, our doctors, our nurses, our healthcare workers are rolling back Ebola – saving countless lives and stopping the spread of disease”.

  • Medical Readiness Training Exercise (MEDRETE)

    Medical Readiness Training Exercise (MEDRETE)

    The Special Anti-Terrorist Group (SATG) conducted a Medical Readiness Training Exercise (MEDRETE) in the village of Mini with Civil Military Support Element (CMSE) Chad focusing on respiratory illness, malaria, and malnutrition.

  • IVLP Alumnus and Local Opinion Leaders Discuss Separation of Powers in the U.S.

    Conference on the Separation of Powers in the U.S.

    IVLP alumnus Armand Dobsoumouna Doumngoul (FY 15 AF/RP “Young African Leaders: Grassroots Democracy and Mid-term Elections in the U.S.”) gave a presentation on “Separation of Powers in the U.S.”

  • Chad to Host Flintlock 2015

    Chad to Host Flintlock 2015

    Chad announced it will host the Flintlock 2015 exercise, U.S. Africa Command’s premier Special Operations Forces exercise, which will kick off Feb. 16, 2015 in the capital N’Djamena.

  • Book Donation to Centre Catholique Universitaire (CCU)

    Book Donation to Centre Catholique Universitaire (CCU)

    On November 24, Ambassador James Knight and PAO Julie Nickles donated books to the library of Centre Catholique Universitaire (CCU).

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  • Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address, January 20, 2015
    Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address, January 20, 2015

    “In West Africa, our troops, our scientists, our doctors, our nurses, our healthcare workers are rolling back Ebola – saving countless lives and stopping the spread of disease”. 

  • Medical Readiness Training Exercise (MEDRETE)
    Medical Readiness Training Exercise (MEDRETE)

    The Special Anti-Terrorist Group (SATG) conducted a Medical Readiness Training Exercise (MEDRETE) in the village of Mini with Civil Military Support Element (CMSE) Chad focusing on respiratory illness, malaria, and mal-nutrition.  

  • IVLP Alumnus and Local Opinion Leaders Discuss Separation of Powers in the U.S.
    IVLP Alumnus and Local Opinion Leaders Discuss Separation of Powers in the U.S.

    IVLP alumnus Armand Dobsoumouna Doumngoul (FY 15 AF/RP “Young African Leaders: Grassroots Democracy and Mid-term Elections in the U.S.”) gave a presentation on “Separation of Powers in the U.S.” and answered questions from the audience of 26 including IVLP and YALI alumni, journalists and human rights and youth association leaders over an hour at the Embassy.  

  • Obama on U.S. Politicy Changes Regarding Cuba
    Obama on U.S. Politicy Changes Regarding Cuba

    Today, the United States of America is changing its relationship with the people of Cuba. 

  • Chad to Host Flintlock 2015
    Chad to Host Flintlock 2015

    Chad announced it will host the Flintlock 2015 exercise, U.S. Africa Command’s premier Special Operations Forces exercise, which will kick off Feb. 16, 2015 in the capital N’Djamena with outstations in Niger, Nigeria, Cameroon and Tunisia, and will run through March 9, 2015. 

  • Book Donation to Centre Catholique Universitaire (CCU)
    Book Donation to Centre Catholique Universitaire (CCU)

    On November 24, Ambassador James Knight and PAO Julie Nickles donated books to the library of Centre Catholique Universitaire (CCU).  

  • Chadian youth receive school supplies from USAID peace through development project
    Chadian youth receive school supplies from USAID peace through development project

    Educational teaching aids and schools supplies valued at $4,250 were transferred to a secondary school in N’Djaména November 19 during a ceremony involving city officials, school administrators and their students, project staff from the USAID Peace through Development project (PDev II) and a representative from the U.S. Embassy.  

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2015 YALI

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  • The Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES)

2014 TIP Report on Chad

  • 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report

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2014 TIP Report on Chad

  • 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report

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