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U.S. Deepens Support for Ghanaian Children with Season 2 of Kofi Kommando Animated TV show

U.S. Deepens Support for Ghanaian Children with Season 2 of Kofi Kommando Animated TV show Popular cartoon series promotes healthy behaviors and inclusivity Northern Region, Ghana – The United States, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is launching Season 2 of Kommando in partnership with the Ghana Health Service, the Ghana Education ... Read More»

U.S. Launches SelectUSA Summit Recruitment for Ghanaian Investors

Accra, Ghana – The U.S. Embassy joined the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Ghana yesterday to launch the  2023 SelectUSA  Summit recruiting program.  The event attracted Ghanaian companies and individuals from a variety of economic sectors to highlight the benefits of investing in the United States.  In its 2022 report,  Kearney Global Business Policy Council  ranked the United States as the number ... Read More»

Capture the Change: U.S. Embassy Ghana Launches Earth Day Photography Contest

To raise awareness about the impacts of climate change in Ghana, the U.S. Embassy has launched a photography contest in advance of Earth Day 2023. The ‘Capture the Change:  World Earth Day Photography’ contest will highlight the impact, potential mitigation, and adaptations Ghanaians, especially young Ghanaians, are adopting to face the climate crisis. Tackling climate ... Read More»

U.S. Embassy Announces New Support for Press Freedom in Ghana

Accra, GHANA – In an event at the U.S. Embassy today, Director of the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement unit Ms. Chris Carlisle handed over donated laptops, cameras, and video projectors to media outlets in Ghana, media support organizations, and the National Media Commission.  The donation, made through the Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics ... Read More»

Statement from U.S. Ambassador to Ghana Virginia Palmer Marking One Year Since Russia’s Full-Scale Invasion of Ukraine

February 24 marks one year since Russia launched its brutal, full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Russia’s horrifying violence has killed thousands and destroyed entire cities.  Here in Ghana, Putin’s war has driven up prices for fertilizer, food, and fuel. Russia is losing on the battlefield and in desperation is attacking schools, hospitals, churches, apartment buildings, and ... Read More»