Eight organizations received grants from Ambassador Kelly’s Special Self-Help fund to assist small-scale community projects.
The Kentucky National Guard came out swinging for the Djiboutian delegation when they met Muhammad Ali in Louisville.
Kadidja Sanalasse, a 2014 Mandela Washington Fellow, talks to a group of women about her civic leadership program.
Chargé Christina Higgins visits the Arta region for a medical caravan organized by the U.S. Army Civil Affairs Teams and the Djiboutian Ministry of Health.
Ambassador Kelly made his second trip to the north of Djibouti, visiting Randa, Sagallou Village, Khor Angar, and Moulhoulé Village.
Djibouti, State of Kentucky forges lasting ties through partnership program.
DJIBOUTI - On June 2nd, high-level representatives from the United States Kentucky National Guard and the Djiboutian Armed Forces signed the State Partnership Program agreement, solidifying their future cooperation on military and civilian engagement. This is the first State Partnership Program announced by U.S. Africa Command for East Africa, and only the eleventh in Africa. see more...
U.S. and Djibouti Launch Binational Forum of Cooperation
On February 25 and 26, in Washington, DC, senior officials of the United States and the Republic of Djibouti Governments met to launch the inaugural U.S.-Djibouti Binational Forum, a key outcome of the historic May 5, 2014, White House meeting between U.S. President Obama and Djiboutian President Guelleh. Deputy Secretary Blinken welcomed the Djiboutian delegation and opened the Binational Forum. The senior-level delegations addressed a range
Of important issues including security cooperation, economic development, energy exploration, and education. see more..
Mandela Washington Fellowship Application Information
The Mandela Washington Fellowship is the flagship program of President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative. President Obama launched YALI in 2010 to support young African leaders as they spur growth and prosperity, strengthen democratic governance, and enhance peace and security across Africa.
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Secretary Clinton: "Good morning everyone. Thank you. Thank you so much. Oh, it is absolutely a pleasure to see all of you here today and I’ve been getting reports about the conference, and I am so excited to join you today to talk about what we are focused on here at this Summit on Women and the Economy."
As of July 2, 2015, the U.S. Embassy in Djibouti will no longer accept new I-130 petitions. For the most up-to-date information about these changes and procedures, please visit U.S. Embassy Sanaa’s website. If you wish to file a new I-130 petition, please follow the instructions here.