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  • “Under the Sea” Group of ICSA during the concert (Dpt. of State)

    Ambassador McCulley’s Remarks at Gospel Concert

    I would like to thank all of you for coming to tonight’s concert. And I would especially like to thank all of the choirs in advance for what I am sure will be a great night of inspirational music. Tonight we gather to celebrate an important part of African-American culture, the Gospel music tradition. We do so in the month of February in which annually ...

  • Deputy Chief of Mission Andrew Haviland (Dpt. of State)

    Inauguration of Man Tribunal

    It is a pleasure to be in Man to inaugurate two new annex buildings at the Man Court of First Instance. As a first-time visitor here, I am impressed with the region’s natural beauty and abundance of natural resources. “The City of 18 Mountains” is truly a remarkable place ...

  • Ambassador Terence McCulley with Professor Tompihé, Mr Samuel Koffi and PAO Russell Brooks during the conference (Dpt. of State)

    Speech on American Democracy

    Good Afternoon. I would like to thank Professor Tompihé for that kind introduction. Thank you President Touré, Professor Legrouri, and the other members of the faculty for inviting me back to IUGB to deliver these remarks. And of course, I must express my appreciation to the student body of IUGB for coming today. I look forward ...

  • Francophone Youth Basketball Delegation

    Francophone Youth Basketball Delegation

    The participants from Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d' Ivoire, and Mali had an action packed program in Washington, DC and New York City. Here are some highlights from the program

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  • MCC Deputy Vice President Thomas Kelly & Ambassador McCulley speaking to the press (Dpt. of State)

    MCC Threshold Program for Côte d’Ivoire

    ABIDJAN – Representatives of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) held a press conference today at the United States Embassy to discuss the development of Côte d’Ivoire’s Threshold Program. Côte d’Ivoire was selected as eligible for the development of a Threshold Program by the MCC Board of Directors ...

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  • Inauguration of Two New Annex Buildings at the Man Court of First Instance (February 26, 2015)

    General Prosecutor of the Daloa Court of First Instance; President of the Man Court of First Instance; Prosecutor of the Republic of the Man Court of First Instance; Ladies and gentlemen; It is a pleasure to be in Man to inaugurate two new annex buildings at the Man Court of First Instance. As a first-time visitor here, I am impressed with the region’s natural beauty and abundance of natural resources. “The City of 18 Mountains” is truly a remarkable place. You have reason for great pride in your home. I know it has attracted businesses and tourists over the years. I am also pleased to see the dynamic entrepreneurial spirit and enthusiasm evident throughout this community ... 

  • Embassy Organizes Gospel Concert as Capstone of activities for Black History Month (February 25, 2015)

    The U.S. Embassy in Côte d’Ivoire, in partnership with the National Institute of Performing Arts and Culture (INSAAC), organized on February 25, 2015 a gospel concert to wrap up a month of activities in celebration of Black History Month. The two-hour show featured five different musical acts including, “Under the Sea” from the International Community School; “Ensemble Polyphonique de l’INSAAC”, a choir of the arts school; “Joshua and Caleb and the Golden Fingers” a church group; and the “Abidjan Embassy Community Voices” made up the staff of U.S. Embassy ... 

  • Workshop for PEPFAR’s Sustainability Index and Dashboard (February 19, 2015)

    Good morning and thank you for joining the US Government’s PEPFAR team in Côte d’Ivoire today for the Sustainability Index and Dashboard workshop. The Ivoirian government and PEPFAR have been partners in the fight against HIV and AIDS for over 10 years. During the course of this partnership, our two governments have worked side by side at the national and regional level. We have engaged other partners to extend our each down to the district and service-delivery level. We have worked hard together to improve access and the quality of essential disease prevention and lifesaving care and treatment services. Together we reached over 130,000 patients in Côte d’Ivoire with antiretroviral treatment. Over 16,000 HIV-infected pregnant women have received services to reduce the risk of transmitting HIV to their children ... 

  • Ambassador McCulley Speaks on Mission Goals in 2015 on Muslim Al Bayane Radio (February 18, 2015)

    Ambassador Terence McCulley was interviewed on Radio Al Bayane, on February 18 to discuss Mission priorities in 2015. The interview was part of a series of interviews to outline the Mission's priorities for the year to Ivoirian audiences. The 25 minute interview was played by the station, during its special program, reaching audiences across the country. The interview is part of the Embassy's Muslim Engagement Strategy ... 

  • VOA and RTI organize concert to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS (February 14, 2015)

    Voice of America, national broadcaster RTI and the United States’ President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) organized on Saturday, Valentine’s Day, a concert and promotional event to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS. The event also promoted the program Spotlight SIDA, a co-production of the three organizations broadcast on RTI radio and television. Spotlight SIDA is a program designed to inform and educate the population, especially youth, on efforts to combat and treat HIV/AIDS. Several Ivoirian artists including Mama T, Ramatoulaye DJ, Poignant, DJ Kedjevara, and Live Aboutou Roots performed at the event.  Photos »

  • Ambassador Power on Obama’s 2015 National Security Strategy (February 6, 2015)

    The President’s 2015 National Security Strategy lays out the framework for how the United States will pursue our nation’s interests, and advance universal values through strong and sustainable American leadership. At the United Nations, we pursue these goals every day. By building coalitions to fight international terrorism, prevent and respond to infectious diseases like Ebola, pressure rogue regimes and human rights violators like North Korea, modernize UN peacekeeping, and fight Anti-Semitism and other forms of hate, American leadership at the United Nations is vital to addressing some of the world’s most pressing needs ... 

  • International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (February 6, 2015)

    ’ve been Secretary of State for two years now and in all my travels, one of the most horrific and searing things I’ve witnessed is seeing firsthand the destruction to young women’s lives wrought by female genital mutilation and cutting. It has to end. We have to speak out. We cannot be afraid to talk about this and, uncomfortable as it may be, call it by its name: violence, plain and simple. This tragedy spans the globe, including many migrant and diaspora communities in the United States. More than 125 million women and girls are living with the consequences of FGM/C, and another 3 million are at risk each year on the Africa continent alone ... 

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    Francophone Youth Basketball Delegation

    The participants from Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d' Ivoire, and Mali had an action packed program in Washington, DC and New York City. Here are some highlights from the program!  

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