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    16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence

    As part of the "16 Days of Activism" campaign against gender violence, the U.S. Embassy received six local activists from FOJASIDA and UCF, two Angolan community organizations.

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    Fight against HIV/AIDS: Zero is our Goal

    The U.S. Embassy in Angola is pleased to announce that our community, led by Ambassador Helena La Lime, will again take part in the annual World AIDS Day March.

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    Apply for the 2015 Mandela Washington Fellowship

    Be one of the 500 young leaders coming to the United States for a 6-week leadership and mentoring program, PLUS the opportunity to interact with President Obama.

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  • President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama greet His Excellency Manuel Domingos Vicente, Vice President of the Republic of Angola, in the Blue Room during a U.S.-Africa Leaders' Summit dinner at the White House, Aug. 5, 2014. (State Dept.)

    Strategic Partnership Dialogue Agreement

    In a Statement about the U.S.-Africa Summit, the Government of Angola considered to be important the "Strategic Partnership Dialogue Agreement" between the two countries and hailed the "U.S. Administration, led by His Excellency President Barack Obama, for the commendable initiative.


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    Treasury Official Emphasizes U.S. Commitment to Africa

    Washington — Emphasizing the U.S. commitment to strengthening economic growth in Africa, U.S. Treasury Deputy Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin on May 23 led the U.S. delegation to the African Development Bank’s annual meetings in Kigali, Rwanda.  

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    Kerry’s Press Availability in Luanda, Angola

    Secretary Kerry: Good morning, everybody. President Dos Santos and I had a very constructive conversation today. We discussed a broad array of the issues concerning not just the bilateral relationship, but also concerning regional and broader security issues and challenges of the region. 

  • Author Robert Service on ‘Putin’s Czarist Folly’

    Oxford, England — Russian school textbooks praise Peter the Great as an industrializer and cultural visionary who turned his country into a European power. Russia became feared but also respected by its neighbors, and Peter is the official czar-hero of Russian history.  Read more »

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    The 2014 Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF) Has Begun!

    The Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF) was created in 2011 to support alumni initiatives that promote shared values and innovative solutions to global challenges. The competition provides small grants to teams of past and current participants of U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs to carry out public service projects that utilize skills and knowledge they have gained ... 

  • Third Annual Exchange Alumni Reception
    Third Annual Exchange Alumni Reception

    On September 27, Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Heather Merritt hosted Embassy Luanda’s third annual exchange alumni reception. More than 120 exchange alumni, young Angolans, and members of the business, civil society, and diplomatic communities as well as senior government officials were on hand to enjoy the American-style cuisine featuring hamburgers, hotdogs, and other picnic favorites.. 

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    Embassy Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of U.S.-Angola Formal Diplomatic Relations

    May 19, 2013 marks the 20th anniversary of the establishment of formal diplomatic relations between the United States and Angola. The Embassy is using this milestone to launch a campaign of governmental, commercial, and people-to-people events to amplify the strength and diversity of U.S.-Angola relations...  

  • 2013 Trafficking in Persons Report
    2013 Trafficking in Persons Report

    On Wednesday, June 19, Secretary of State John Kerry unveiled the 2013 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report at a ceremony at the U.S. Department of State. As required by law, the TIP Report assesses governments around the world on their efforts to combat modern slavery. The 13th installment is available here 

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