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    USAID Partnership With Ngozi University

    American Embassy staff members joined Burundian government and academic officials on the Ngozi University campus Monday, October 13, to celebrate its 15th anniversary.

  • Young man speaking to a group of people. (Photo Credit: State Department)

    English Club Hosts US Embassy Official

    October 11 – The American Embassy's Cultural Attache and Burundi's first Mandela-Washington Fellow,Fikiri Nzoyisenga.

  • Woman holding sign saying #BringBackOurGirls Photo: White House

    U.S. to Help Nigeria in the Search for Kidnapped Girls

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the young girls who are victims of this horrendous kidnapping and their families. President Obama has directed that the U.S government do everything we can to help the Nigerian government find and free these girls.

  • Woman speaks into microphones while onlookers listen. (Photo by State Dept.)

    The U.S. Donates Equipment

    Ambassador Liberi giving interview to local media. On her left Burundian Minister of Health and the Fight against AIDS, Sabine Ntakarutimana and U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary from the Bureau of African Affairs, Mr. David Gilmour.

  • Grant recipient shows Ambassador how palm oil extractor operates. (Photo Credit: U.S. Embassy Bujumbura)

    Supporting Palm oil producers in Rumonge

    December 12 – Ambassador Liberi visits APROPABU, recipient of an African Development Foundation grant of $8,000 for the purchase and installation of a palm oil extractor in Rumonge, Bururi.

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