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  • President Obama, Presidents Sirleaf, Koroma and Condé (Dep State image)

    President Obama's remarks

    Well, I want to welcome Presidents Sirleaf, Koroma and Condé. The United States has a long partnership with Liberia and Sierra Leone and Guinea -- partnerships that prove to be critical in the fight against Ebola.

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  • Dr. Karen DeSalvo, Acting Assistant Secretary for Health with the USAID Director for Guinea and Sierra Leone Michelle Godette (Embassy image)

    Department of Health and Human Services in Guinea

    Karen DeSalvo, Acting Assistant Secretary for Health, Jimmy Kolker, Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs, traveled to Liberia and Guinea for three days to visit Ebola response sites in the region. In Guinea, Dr. DeSalvo and Ambassador Kolker visited the 115 Call Center and the Emergency Operations Center.

  • Guinean Minister of Vocational Training makes Comments (Embassy image)

    GFAA Launches its MEEL Project

    On February 20, 2015, the newly launched Guinea Fulbright Alumni Association (GFAA) in collaboration with Conakry US Embassy organized a 3-hour launch ceremony for their “MEEL Project” with an audience of 150 coming from different sectors.

  • Press release US Embassy Conakry (Embassy image)

    Traveling to the U.S. from Guinea

    As of October 22, the Department of Homeland Security requires that all persons traveling to the United States from the West African countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea must enter the U.S. through New York's Kennedy...

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  • President Obama (Dept State image)

    President Obama Remarks on the Ebola Outbreak

    Hello. I want to take a few moments to speak directly to you—the people of West Africa, especially in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria. On behalf of the American people, I want you to know that our prayers are with those of you...

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  • President Obama, Presidents Sirleaf, Koroma and Condé (Dep State image)
    Remarks by the President before meeting with West African leaders on Ebola

    Well, I want to welcome Presidents Sirleaf, Koroma and Condé. The United States has a long partnership with Liberia and Sierra Leone and Guinea -- partnerships that prove to be critical in the fight against Ebola. We’re here to assess progress today and to look ahead. 

  •  Dr. Karen DeSalvo, Acting Assistant Secretary for Health with the USAID Director for Guinea and Sierra Leone Michelle Godette (Embassy image)
    Department of Health and Human Services Visit to Guinea

    Karen DeSalvo, Acting Assistant Secretary for Health, Jimmy Kolker, Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs, traveled to Liberia and Guinea for three days to visit Ebola response sites in the region. In Guinea, Dr. DeSalvo and Ambassador Kolker visited the 115 Call Center and the Emergency Operations Center. 

  • Question and Answer Session (Embassy image)
    Guinea Fulbright Alumni Association Launches its MEEL Project

    On February 20, 2015, the newly launched Guinea Fulbright Alumni Association (GFAA) in collaboration with Conakry US Embassy organized a 3-hour launch ceremony for their “MEEL Project” with an audience of 150 coming from different sectors. Chaired by the Deputy Chief of Mission, the ceremony was held in the presence of the Guinean Minister of Higher Education, the Minister of Pre-University Education and the Minister of Vocational Education and Labor.  

  • The official launch of the national campaign against female genital mutilation in Guinea, financed by the U.S. Department of State (Embasssy image)
    Human Rights Forum

    The Political Section of U.S. Embassy in Conakry, Guinea hosted a Human Rights Forum on November 4-5, 2014. The Forum, attended by over 100, also provided civil society with an opportunity to address the challenges faced by the country such as reform of the justice system, gender based violence, the rights of handicapped, dignified treatment of prisoners and trafficking in persons.  

  • US Embassy Conakry Press release (Embassy image)
    Traveling to the U.S. from Guinea

    As of October 22, the Department of Homeland Security requires that all persons traveling to the United States from the West African countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea must enter the U.S. through New York's Kennedy, Newark’s Liberty, Washington's Dulles, Chicago's O'Hare, and Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airports and undergo EVD screening. 

  • U.S. Department of State Office of the Spokesperson, JEN PSAKI (Dept state image)
    Marking the Fifth Anniversary of Massacre at Pro-Democracy Rally in Guinea

    Today marks the fifth anniversary of the 2009 massacre in Conakry, Guinea, when security forces killed more than 150 people, injured thousands more, and publicly raped more than 100 women at a pro-democracy rally.   STATEMENT BY JEN PSAKI, SPOKESPERSON »

  • CDC's Director visit to Conakry Airport Health Screening (Embassy image)
    Director of the United States’ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Visits Conakry

    Conakry, August 29 – Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Tom Frieden, is in Guinea to see firsthand the impact of the Ebola outbreak, to assess response activities, and to hear from government officials, international partners, and health care workers to see what can be done to stop the disease. 

Ebola Update

  • The epidemiological situation, as of May 13, 2015, is as follows:
    A total of 7 confirmed cases were reported in the 7 days to 10 May, compared with 9 cases the previous week.  Of the 7 confirmed cases reported from Guinea, 6 were reported from the western prefecture of Forecariah, which has been the focus of transmission for several weeks and accounted for all cases reported in the previous week.  The remaining case in Guinea was reported from Dubreka prefecture, which lies to the immediate north of the capital, Conakry.  For more information please visit: http://goo.gl/7ex8UN
    The epidemiological situation, as of May 13, 2015, is as follows:

    A total of 7 confirmed cases were reported in the 7 days to 10 May, compared with 9 cases the previous week.  Of the 7 confirmed cases reported from Guinea, 6 were reported from the western prefecture of Forecariah, which has been the focus of transmission for several weeks and accounted for all cases reported in the previous week.  The remaining case in Guinea was reported from Dubreka prefecture, which lies to the immediate north of the capital, Conakry.  For more information please visit: http://goo.gl/7ex8UN

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