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  • Dr Sarah Sewall and Guinea’s Social Affairs Minister speaking to media (Embassy image)

    Under Secretary Visits Guinea

    The U.S. Embassy Conakry welcomed Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Dr. Sarah Sewall to Guinea from 18-20 April, 2016.

  • Ambassador Hankins speaking during Earth Day launching ceremony (Embassy image)

    Earth Day launching Ceremony

    The Ambassador of the United States to Guinea Dennis Hankins presided over the celebration of the World Earth Day on April 21 along with the representatives of the Ministry of Health, the USAID’s NGO HC3 and the workers of the hospital of Matam located in the suburb of Conakry.

  • Ambassador Dennis Hankins, visits Guinean Defense Minister Dr. Mohamed Diane (Embassy image)

    Medical equipment donation

    On April 13, 2016, Ambassador Hankins presented medical equipment to the Armed Forces of Guinea at a ceremony at camp Samory Toure, attended by the Minister of Defense Mohamed Diane.

  • Ambassador Hankins visited N’Zérékoré to support action against Ebola (Embassy image)

    Visit to N’Zérékoré Ebola Prevention

    Ambassador Hankins and Dr. Sakoba visited N’Zerekore to support cooperative action and fight Ebola.

  • Mandela Washington Fellows and Ambassador Dennis Hankins (Embassy image)

    International Women’s Day

    On March 10, 2016, the African Women Entrepreneurship Program of Guinea (AWEP Guinea), in collaboration with the US Embassy in Conakry hosted a coffee to commemorate International Women's Day.

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  • Ambassador Hankins and medical Staff committed for Earth Day (Embassy image)
    Ambassador Hankins Celebrate Earth Day

    The Ambassador of the United States to Guinea Dennis Hankins presided over the celebration of the World Earth Day on April 21 along with the representatives of the Ministry of Health, the USAID’s NGO HC3 and the workers of the hospital of Matam located in the suburb of Conakry. 

  • Dr Sarah Sewall along with civil society leaders of N'Zérékoré  (Embassy image)
    Under Secretary Dr. Sarah Sewall Visits to Guinea

    U.S. Embassy Conakry welcomed Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Dr. Sarah Sewall to Guinea from 18-20 April, 2016. 

  • Ambassador Hankins, speaking to the media at the health Unit of the Army (Embassy image)
    Medical equipment donation to the Armed Forces of Guinea

    On April 13, 2016, Ambassador Hankins presented medical equipment to the Armed Forces of Guinea at a ceremony at camp Samory Toure, attended by the Minister of Defense Mohamed Diane. This gift was made possible by an HIV/AIDS prevention program implemented by the U.S. Department of Defense.  

  • Officials of U.S. and Guinea police (Embassy image)
    Guinea Air and Borders Police Workshop

    During the week of April 11 the U.S. Customs and Border Protection hosted a workshop at the Embassy on the techniques of the detection of fraudulent documents.  

  • Speaking with villages and health care workers (Embassy image)
    Visit to N’Zérékoré Ebola Prevention

    Ambassador Hankins and Dr. Sakoba visited N’Zerekore to support cooperative action and fight Ebola.  

  • U.S.  Embassy Conakry logo (Embassy image)
    Ambassador comments on Guinean Government response

    Following the recent release of disturbing footage of law enforcement officers using force while interrogating a crime suspect, the Government of Guinea responded quickly. Steps have been against those directly responsible and an investigation was launched. Ambassador Hankins commented: “the public images of violence have prompted positive steps. I applaud the Government’s actions to investigate the incident and take appropriate measures to ensure justice for all citizens.” 

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    Update News from CDC Regarding Ebola

    On December 29, 2015, WHO declared Guinea free of Ebola virus transmission after 42 days had passed since the last patient with Ebola tested laboratory-negative twice. Please follow links under "FOR GUINEA-U.S. TRAVELERS" for more information on travel to or from Guinea. 

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