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  • A Slam for Peace and Reconciliation

    Damarra photo

    The Chargé d'affaire recently visited Damarra and spoke with community leaders to learn more about their political and economic priorities. He was greeted warmly by the community and was showered with gifts from the region, including artisanal beehives and fish traps.

  • 4th July

    Celebrating U.S. Independence Day

    The United States celebrates its Independence Day on July 4th. This day is typically marked by parades, concerts, family gatherings, and a fireworks display.

  • peace and reconciliation in the Central African Republic

    The U.S. Independence Day celebration to CAR

    One of the highlights of the ceremony came when the Archbishop of Bangui, Dieudonné Nzapalainga, who represents the CAR Religious Platform for Peace, stepped between two senior representatives of the former Seleka and anti-Balaka armed groups.

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  • Yali 2015

    YALI 2015, pre-departure orientation

    June, 5 2015. The four participants for the Mandela Washington Fellowship had their pre-departure orientation with the Deputy Chief of Mission and staff of the Public Diplomacy section at the U.S. Embassy in Bangui. We wish the four a good trip to the United States.

  • Basketball clinic

    Basketball clinic at the Bangui Sports Palace

    On May 23rd, the General Service Officer held a basketball clinic at the Bangui Sports Palace. The two hour clinic focused on defensive fundamentals and practical shooting exercises. The event was a great opportunity to show how players from various neighborhoods across Bangui could come together on the basketball court.

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