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Excerpts from President Obama’s Remarks at 25th Anniversary of Freedom Day — Warsaw, Poland

“Our democracies must be defined not by what or who we’re against, but by a politics of inclusion and tolerance that welcomes all our citizens.  Our economies must deliver a broader prosperity that creates more opportunity, especially for young people.  Leaders must uphold the public trust and stand against corruption, not steal from the pockets ...
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First American Town Hall of 2014

Embassy N’Djamena successfully hosted it first American Town Hall of 2014 on May 29, with a rousing turnout of more than 100 American citizens and visitors.  Ambassador Knight greeted the guests and answered their many questions, and Embassy officers explained their roles in the Mission. In between refreshments and an opportunity for the American community ...
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Chadian Returnees Exposed to Tolerance Messaging at Gaoui Camp

The USAID regional Peace through Development (PDev II) project conducted a Peace and Tolerance Awareness Campaign April 25-26 at the Gaoui Transit Center on the outskirts of N’Djamena where 5,000 Chadian returnees are being temporarily resettled after having fled violence in Central African Republic.  Initiated by the administrative authorities from three N’Djamena districts near the ...
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Ambassador James Knight Participated to the Launching of African Vaccination Week at Kinasserom (Lake Chad)

Ambassador James Knight accompanied Chad’s Health Ministry and Red Cross officials to an island in Lake Chad to help draw attention to the April 23 launching of African Vaccination Week.  The ceremony marking this event was held in Kinasserom, a fishing village where Chadians mix with populations from neighboring Cameroon and Nigeria.  Local administrative and ...
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