American Center Opening Highlights U.S. Engagement with Chadians

More than 100 guests attended the opening of Embassy N’Djamena’s new American Center on February 21. In addition to Chadian government representatives, guests from academia, the arts, faith-based institutions, and alumni of U.S. Government exchange programs also attended.  The opening was an opportunity to see the new space and learn about the resources available to the public, which will be open to the public and free of charge.

In her remarks, the Ambassador Geeta Pasi highlighted not only the types of resources available to Chadians, including English-language learners, prospective students, exchange program alumni, teachers, entrepreneurs, and youth, but also her vision of the American Center as “a place where people can learn, exchange, and connect with one another.”

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