REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Mobile Phone Services, U.S. Embassy Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Solicitation Number: 19GE5019R0005 To: Potential Offerors Subject: Mobile Phone Services, U.S. Embassy Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso   The Regional Procurement Support Office (RPSO) Frankfurt would like to invite your company to submit a proposal for Mobile Phone Services for the American Embassy Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso as per the attached solicitation documents. The complete proposal shall be submitted ...
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Recruitment of our new group of interns

The Embassy of the United States in Ouagadougou is currently recruiting interns to serve six months, from January to June 2019. The internship Program was designed for students in Burkina Faso and aims at benefiting both the Embassy and students by providing students with valuable educational experience in foreign affairs and by assisting posts in ...
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Internship Program

The Embassy of the United States in Ouagadougou is currently recruiting interns to serve four months, from December 2017 to March 2018. The internship Program was designed for students in Burkina Faso and aims at benefiting both the Embassy and students by providing students with valuable educational experience in foreign affairs and by assisting posts in ...
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Official Statement on Ouagadougou Attack – August 14, 2017

The United States condemns last night’s heinous attacks in Ouagadougou and shares our condolences with those who lost loved ones or suffered injuries.  We stand by the peaceful and resolute people of Burkina Faso and the other countries of the G-5 Sahel in our common resolve against terrorism. We are inspired by the resilience of ...
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Ouagadougou English Access Program Students are Leaders-In-Training

On March 11, 2017, 100 English Access Microscholarship Program students engaged in a half-day leadership training hosted at Université Aube Nouvelle (U-AUBEN) in Ouagadougou. U. S. Embassy Director of Public Affairs, Brenda Soya, pulled out her rope and blindfolds for some fun leadership and communication exercises that not only had students laughing but learning. In ...
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U. S. Embassy provides professional journal to English educators

During this month of March 2017, the U. S. Embassy in Ouagadougou has distributed over 3,000 copies of recent editions of a U. S. government published English teaching professional journal to four regional offices of the Ministry of National Education. English teachers, inspectors, and advisors in the Central, North Central, Sahel, and Hauts Bassins regions ...
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American Dancers at the In-Out Dance Festival

Through the Arts Envoy Program of the United States government, director/choreographer Chris Rudd and his 7-member dance company, RudduR Dance, came to Burkina Faso to participate in the In-Out Dance Festival in Bobo-Dioulasso, February 5-11, 2017.  The United States Embassy has been a supporting partner of the In-Out Dance Festival since it began four years ...
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Ouagadougou: American Dancers meet Access Program Students

Through the Arts Envoy Program of the United States government, director/choreographer Chris Rudd and his 7-member dance company, RudduR Dance, came to Burkina Faso to participate in FIDO (Festival International de Danse de Ouagadoudgou) and the In-Out Dance Festival in Bobo-Dioulasso.  During their visit, these dancers met with about 150 students in the U. S. ...
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Internship Program

The Embassy of the United States in Ouagadougou is currently recruiting interns to serve four months, from August to November 2017. The internship Program was designed for students in Burkina Faso and aims at benefiting both the Embassy and students by providing students with valuable educational experience in foreign affairs and by assisting posts in accomplishing ...
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Public Diplomacy Team met with Diebougou’s high Schools Students

From January 9 to 10, 2017, a team from the U.S. Embassy’s Public Diplomacy Section traveled to Diebougou (south west) to meet with high school students about the Embassy’s Youth Leadership Program. The team met with 30 students at two different high schools who are engaged in their community to discuss youth leadership. The team ...
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Embassy Ouagadougou hosted an Education Fair

On the occasion of the International Education Week (IEW), Embassy Ouagadougou hosted an education fair on November 18, 2016,with many activities to inform parents and students about their educational choices and support our economic and social development goal. We hosted the Virtual College fair where participants visited tables lined with university advertisement and catalogs. American ...
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Election Night at the U.S Embassy in Ouagadougou

The U.S. Embassy in Ouagadougou hosted a live election night watch party on November 8 for nearly 300 people. Guests consisted primarily of alumni, former local interns, and library patrons, as well as high-level Embassy contacts, including social media luminaries, political party representatives, and third-country diplomats. They gathered to watch the results come in as ...
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Access Program teachers empowered to innovate

September 6-9, 2016, the U. S. Embassy in Ouagadougou and the American Language Center at Université Aube Nouvelle, Ouagadougou organized a training in Bobo-Dioulasso for teachers of the English Access Microscholarship Program.  The Access Program, funded by the United States government, provides two years of supplementary personal development and educational activities in a framework of ...
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DCM hosts a CVE poster exhibition and reception

On September 8, Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) David K. Young hosted at his residence a poster exhibition on the theme of countering violent extremism. In attendance were representatives from the Ministry of Youth, the Ministry of Higher Education, and the Ministry of Security, as well various stakeholders in the fight against violent extremism. Forty ...
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