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Peace Corps Ghana Swears in 33 Education Volunteers

On August 16, 2018, Chargé d’Affaires (Acting Ambassador) Christopher J. Lamora swore in 33 Peace Corps education volunteers. These volunteers will be teaching science, maths, visual arts and special education in various schools in the rural parts of Ghana. Present at the ceremony was Ghana’s minister for Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh and Peace Corps Country Director ...
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Ambassador Jackson’s Remarks at USAID West Africa Mission Director Swearing-in Ceremony

Good afternoon, colleagues.  It’s wonderful to see you all here for the swearing in of our new USAID West Africa Regional Mission Director, Daniel Moore.  A special hello to Acting Assistant Administrator for Africa Cheryl Anderson, who is joining us virtually from Washington. It’s a distinct honor for me to represent the U.S. government on ...
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America’s 242nd Independence Day Celebration Remarks by Amb. Jackson

Speaking at his very last U.S. Independence day celebration in Ghana on July 4, 2018, Ambassador Jackson sincerely thanked the people of Ghana for the warm welcome and friendship he has been offered throughout his tenure as ambassador. He also praised Ghana’s partnership with the United States for the past sixty-one (61) years, which continues ...
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USA and Republic of Korea Partner with Ghana for Health

During a ceremony hosted at the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Accra on June 12, Ambassador Robert P. Jackson and Ambassador Sungsoo Kim signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen the health partnerships of both nations with the Republic of Ghana.  Deputy Director General of the Ghana Health Service Dr. Gloria Quansah ...
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