The US Embassy in Niamey hosted the returning Mandela Washington YALI Fellows for a press conference yesterday at the American Cultural Center.
On 30 July, the Embassy organized a viewing party for President Obama’s town hall meeting with the 500 Mandela Washington YALI Fellows, including six Nigeriens.
In July, the U.S. Embassy in Niger, in partnership with NGO Potential Terre, hosted its annual Suhoor event for Nigerien youth at the American Cultural Center. The discussed topic was "Discipline: Pilot of Change and Development."
In July, the U.S. Embassy in Niger held a ceremony and Iftar to mark the 10th anniversary of the English ACCESS Micro scholarship program in Niger.
As part of its Ramadan outreach, the Embassy’s Public Affairs Section produced a 3-minute video featuring American embassy staff wishing "happy Ramadan" in the nine local languages spoken in Niger (Zarma, Hausa, French, Arabic, Gurmentchema, Tamasheq, Peuhl, Toubou, and Kanuri).ALSO: Photos
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2014 YALI Fellows From Niger Interview with RTT
The Program provides small grants for community development activities to support the welfare and development of Niger.
The Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA) brings outstanding secondary school teachers from around the globe to the United States to further develop expertise in their subject areas
the U.S. government's clearinghouse for investigations into counterfeiting and piracy — crimes that threaten the public's health and safety, the U.S. economy, and our war fighters.
EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION
U.S. Embassy Niamey is located at Rue des Ambassades BP11211 Niamey , Niger .
For an emergency involving an American citizen in Niger, you can reach us during weekday hours at:
Tel: (227) 20-72-26-61 or 20-72-26-62 ext. 4444
If you are an American citizen with an after-hours emergency (including weekends), please call our Duty Officer at (227) 99-49-901-66 for assistance
Muslims and religious tolerance in the U.S
This 24-minutes documentary shows how Muslims live in the US, how different faith communities have the freedom to practice their religion. This film under the theme of ‘’ Muslims and religious tolerance in the U.S’’ was financed by the Department of State, through the U.S. Embassy in Niamey, Niger. Bonferey TV, a Nigerien media outlet produced this video on a reporting trip to the U.S. October 18 -- November 2, 2013. A two-man crew from Bonferey visited Duke University in Durham, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a Cherokee heritage center in Asheville (all in the state of North Caroline). The team concluded their trip in Washington, DC.