The first Djibouti-US Bi-national Forum brought the highest level officials to Washington for talks on key bilateral issues.
Ragball International visits Djibouti to teach teens about finances and goal setting through soccer.
Ambassador Kelly joins USAID and World Food Program to provide food supplies to residents of Chebelly on January 29, 2015.
Ambassador Kelly visits all five regions in Djibouti: Tadjourah, Obock, Dikhil, Ali Sabieh, and Djibouti City.
President and First Lady Obama Greet President Guelleh at the White House.
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.
U.S. AFRICA LEADERS SUMMIT
President Obama will welcome leaders from across the African continent to our nation’s capital for the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit August 4-6, 2014, as a demonstration of our deep partnership with and commitment to the region. Building on the progress made since the President’s trip to Africa last summer, this Summit will strengthen ties between the United States and African nations on individual and regional levels. The U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit is an unprecedented opportunity to highlight the depth and breadth of the United States’ commitment to the African continent, advance our shared priorities, and enable discussion of concrete ideas to deepen the partnership. At its core, this Summit is about fostering stronger ties between the United States and Africa.
Message from Consular Office
Mark your calendars for September 25, 2014! The U.S. Embassy is pleased to welcome U.S. Citizens to a Voter Registration event on September 25, 2014 at 6 P.M. In addition to offering U.S. Citizens the opportunity to register to vote in the upcoming November 2014 General Election, the Embassy will screen a classic comedy film about U.S. politics from the 1970's. »
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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."