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  • Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Fund

    Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Fund

    The Embassy of the United States of America is pleased to announce the opening of the public competition for access to the Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Fund, which aims to provide funding to cover activities of organizations working in community development projects.

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    "I am a mother. I protect my Baby"

    USAID in collaboration with the National Malaria Control Programe (NMCP) and the Provincial Health Department (DPS) of Bié province, held the official launch of a communication campaign to promote the use of mosquito nets on July 17

  • Emabssador Helen La Lime with Manuel Agusto secretary of the Mirex

    Independence Day

    On July 7, the U.S. Embassy in Angola hosted, hundreds of guests, including government officials, civil society, the diplomatic corps, religious associations, journalists, politicians and people of culture on its premises to celebrate the U.S. Independence Day.

  • Embassadora with Texas A&M University Borlaug Institute’s Global Development Director Eric Bost

    TechnoCampo Agriculture Fair

    The Ambassador participated in the TechnoCampo Agriculture and Livestock Technology Fair in Cubal, Benguela to advance U.S. involvement in Angola’s agricultural development. With her was the Texas A&M University Borlaug Institute’s Global Development Director Eric Bost

  • The Embassy of the United States in Luanda Library

    The U.S Embassy in Luanda Library

    The Embassy of the United States in Luanda offers free to the public at its library: educational advising about studying in the United States, access to various reference materials, information about the United States and its culture, access to free internet, and resources for teaching and learning English.


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  • U.S. Supports the Angola National Health Survey
    U.S. Supports the Angola National Health Survey

    The United States Government (USG) will support the Government of the Republic of Angola in conducting the 2015 Demographic Health Survey (DHS). The DHS will obtain updated information on fertility rates, maternal and reproductive health indicators, child mortality rates, HIV/AIDS prevalence rates, and malaria and anemia indicators. 

  • Ambassador Helen La Lime with Soyo pupils
    Ambassador Helen La Lime traveled to Soyo

    Ambassador Helen La Lime traveled to Soyo in Zaire province where she met the Vice Governor and toured the LNG plant as well as several schools and an orphanage. The trip underlined the Embassy’s interest in connecting with all of Angola as we strengthen our bilateral relationship. 

  • Education Opportunities in Uige
    Education Opportunities in Uige

    As part of its national education and media outreach program, the Embassy is carrying out in Uige several activities to promote education opportunities in the United States. On Monday, June 1, Public Affairs Officer Jeffrey Lodermeier spoke to two different academic audiences in northern Uige province to address two issues of interest to Angolans 

  • INE Will Launch the First Demographic Health Survey
    INE Will Launch the First Demographic Health Survey

    Angola’s National Institute of Statistics (INE) will launch the first demographic health survey in May 2015. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is collaborating with INE and the Ministry of Health to design and implement the Inquerito de Indicadores Multiplos e de Saude (IIMS) population-based on survey 

  • Resident Education USA Advisors
    Resident Education USA Advisors

    The Public Affairs section trained representatives from seven Mediateca centers to be Resident Education USA Advisors in partnership with REAC South Africa, Clara Priester, and with support from the Department of State’s R Fund for Innovation. 

  • The U.S. Embassy in Angola Welcomed American Business People
    The U.S. Embassy in Angola Welcomed American Business People

    The Embassy of the United States was pleased to welcome the U.S.-Angola Chamber of Commerce’s trade mission to Angola the week of March 23, 2015. During their stay in Angola, the business people held meetings with Angolan business and government leaders in Luanda and Cabinda. 

  • Ambassador Visits Huambo
    The U.S Ambassador to Angola visits Huambo Province for diplomatic purposes

    U.S. Ambassador, Helen La Lime, visited Huambo Province February 25 – 28 to meet with Angolan provincial officials, assess the impact of and the transition plans for the Presidential Malaria Initiative (PMI) and the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) portfolios, and evaluate opportunities for U.S. government engagement in the agriculture sector. 

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  • Two men shaking hands. (Photo Credit: State Department) On December 17, 2014, the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Angola, Georges Chikoti, made an official visit to the United States. During the visit, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Foreign Minister Chikoti co-chaired a session of the U.S.-Angola Strategic Partnership Dialogue. Read More>>


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    U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit can be watched here, beginning with the Civil-Society Forum which starts at 1315 (Angola time) today.

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