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Africa Regional Services (ARS Paris) is the
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at U.S. embassies throughout francophone Africa.
 
It is a branch of the Department of
State's Bureau of African Affairs
and was established in 1962 as a center for cultural and information programs
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Newsletter no 1292
April 15, 2014
English - French
 

Samantha Power at desk (AP Images)   Children in classroom (AP Images)  
 
U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power addresses the U.N. Security Council.
 
Children attend classes at a public school in Guatemala, one of the countries receiving support under the United States' McGovern-Dole Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program.
 

Index
   
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Central Africa: Central African Republic, Burundi, Rwanda and South Sudan
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West Africa: Liberia and Senegal
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USAID in Kenya
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East Africa: Stimulating Small Businesses in Madagascar and Malawi
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Children
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AFRICOM Defense Cooperation in Africa
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U.S. Defense Cooperation with West Africa: Ghana, Togo and Nigeria


Books-in-French Lists (BIF Lists)

BIF List 247

BIF List 247 - Americana
July 2014

 

 

   



 
Nouveaux Horizons is on facebook !

NH is on facebook


Nouveaux Horizons Facebook page will inform NH readers young and old, our colleagues at posts, and NH book vendors throughout Francophone Africa and Haiti about new NH books as they are released, it will highlight books on specific subjects, and tell visitors where to purchase or read NH books. It will post news about book events organized locally by Posts, American Corners, book vendors, or other institutions, such as local or international book fairs, book discussions/book donations/book readings, Caravane du livre, etc. The page also features “The minute of English” for English learners and testimonials from NH readers.

This page will be a unique tool to reach out to NH readers and make them more aware of NH books, and to enhance the specific and varied programs that American Cultural Centers and American Corners organize around books. Posts are invited to comment on our page and to reuse the materials. Our hope is that this page will be useful to you and will ultimately bring you more contacts.

Please “like” it now! And tell us what you think!

eJournal USA


Hier et aujourd'hui. L'histoire afro-américaine vue par une nouvelle génération
PDF in French

Hier et aujourd'hui.
L'histoire afro-américaine vue par une nouvelle génération

March 2014

   
 
     
     
 
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