Mission Directory

Middle East Regional

Mission Contact

Jim Wright, Office Director

USAID Contact

Washington
, DC 
USA

Many challenges in the Middle East and North Africa, including the unprecedented migration of refugees, water security, gender-based violence, trade and violent extremism, are inherently transnational and benefit from regional responses.  

Moldova

Mission Contact

American Embassy/Moldova
57/1, Banulescu-Bodoni Street
ASITO Building, 5th Floor
Chisinau
2005
Moldova
373-22-20-18-00
373-22-23-72-77

USAID Contact

Weber Wang
U.S. Agency for International Development
Bureau for Europe and Eurasia
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 567-4233

In support of Moldova’s democratic and free-market reforms, USAID projects work to strengthen economic growth and democratic governance.

Mongolia

Mission Contact

Lawrence Hardy II, Mission Director
USAID/Mongolia
U.S. Embassy
11th Microdistrict, Big Ring Rd.
Ulaanbaatar
14171
Mongolia
+(976) 7007-6288
+(976) 7007-6254

USAID Contact

Michael Glees, Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 712-4728

Since its peaceful democratic transition more than 25 years ago, Mongolia’s political system now reflects the diversity of its citizens; however, its undiversified economy risks diminishing once notable economic gains. The United States partners with Mongolia to promote democratic governance, foster the next generation of democratic leaders, strengthen the rule of law and encourage sustainable, private sector-led growth.

Montenegro

Mission Contact

USAID/Montenegro
Department of State
5570 Podgorica Place
Washington
DC
20521-5570
381-81-241-050
381-81-241-251

USAID Contact

Washington
, DC 
USA

Morocco

Mission Contact

Brooke Isham, Mission Director
American Embassy/USAID
Km 5.7, Avenue Mohamed VI
Rabat
10170
Morocco
212 (0)5 37 63 7200
212 (0)5 37 63 2020

USAID Contact

Jeff Picard, Morocco Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA

Morocco is one of America's oldest friends in the Middle East and North Africa and is recognized today as a major non-NATO ally. Since 1957, the U.S. Government and the Government of Morocco have worked together to make real and substantial improvements in the lives of Moroccan citizens.

Mozambique

Mission Contact

JAT Complex, Rua 1231
No. 41 Bairro Central C.
Maputo
Mozambique
+258 21 352 000
+258 21 352 100

USAID Contact

Samantha Schasberger
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
202-712-0325

Following a long civil war, Mozambique has made the transition to peace, stability and sustained economic growth, providing an essential link between landlocked neighbors and the global marketplace.

Its ties to South Africa’s industrial heartland underscore the fact that the country’s economic, political and social progress is vital to the interests of the region. Despite its economic progess, the high prevalence of HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases, as well as high infant mortality, have resulted in the distressingly low life expectancy of just 50 years. 

Namibia

Mission Contact

Private Bag 12028
Ausspannplatz
Windhoek
Namibia
+264 61 273700
+264 61 227006

USAID Contact

Kamisha Kellam
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-216-3084

In the 28 years since its independence, Namibia has made tremendous strides in establishing a democratic, viable nation. The country has a free press, an independent judiciary, well-protected property rights, and a fairly good labor market. Namibia also boasts well-developed financial markets and excellent infrastructure by regional standards. However, several formidable challenges constrain progress. Namibia has one of the world’s worst HIV epidemics, high levels of income disparity, a high unemployment rate, and a struggling economy.

Nepal

Mission Contact

U.S. Embassy
Maharajgunj
Kathmandu
PO Box: 295
Nepal
977-1-423-4620
977-1-400-7285

USAID Contact

Sanjay R. Iyer, Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-4432

Landlocked in the Himalaya mountain range between India and China, Nepal remains one of the world’s poorest nations. Following a decade-long insurgency that ended in 2006 and earthquakes that killed more than 9,000 people and destroyed more than 755,000 homes in 2015, Nepal continues to face development challenges.

Nicaragua

Mission Contact

Tanya Urquieta, Interim Mission Director
U.S. Embassy Managua, USAID/Nicaragua
Unit #2712, Box 9
APO
AA
34021
Nicaragua
(505) 2252-7100
(505) 2252-7324

USAID Contact

Deidra Winston
Washington
, DC 

Niger

Mission Contact

Lorraine Sherman
USAID Representative
US Embassy
Niamey
Niger
+227 20 72 26 61

USAID Contact

Dana Alzouma
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
+1 202 712 0432

Niger is an emerging democracy landlocked in the increasingly unstable Sahel region. It consistently ranks at or near the bottom of the United Nations Human Development Index.

Nigeria

Mission Contact

Plot 1075 Diplomatic Drive
Central District Area, Abuja
Abuja
Nigeria
+234 803 900 9300

USAID Contact

Chad Weinberg
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
202-712-0511

North Macedonia

Mission Contact

USAID/North Macedonia
Samoilova 21
1000 Skopje
Republic of North Macedonia
+(389) 2 310 2000
+(389) 2 310 2499

USAID Contact

U.S Agency for International Development
Washington DC
, DC 
USA
(202) 712-0000
(202) 567-4261

Pacific Islands

Mission Contact

USAID/Pacific Islands Regional Office
U.S. Embassy
158 Princes Road, Suva
Fiji
Pacific Islands
+679 331-4466 ext. 8220

USAID Contact

Michael Glees, Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 712-4728

Hosting a vast proportion of the world’s shipping and global fisheries, Pacific waters supply food and income to millions of people in the Pacific Islands and beyond. Yet, the region’s stability and vitality are threatened by debilitating natural disasters and development challenges. The Pacific Islands are central to American efforts to promote a free and open Indo-Pacific region that bolsters the global economy.

Pakistan

Mission Contact

USAID/Islamabad
Unit 62206 – USAID
APO
AE
09812-22096
Pakistan
92-51-208-00000
92-51-262-3567

USAID Contact

Lisa Witte
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-0899

The primary focus of the U.S. civilian-assistance program is to develop a stable, secure and tolerant Pakistan with a vibrant economy. The U.S. and Pakistan have worked together for over 70 years on issues that are important to both nations: energy, economic growth, resilience, education, and health.

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Panama

In 2012, Panama joined Chile, South Korea, and Poland as countries that have successfully reached the point at which they can propel their own development without the need for significant U.S. assistance.

Paraguay

Mission Contact

Evelyn Rodriguez-Perez, Country Representative
USAID/Paraguay
Juan de Salazar 364 c/ Artigas
Asuncion
Paraguay
595-21-220715
595-21-213732

USAID Contact

Keith Battles
Washington
, DC 

Paraguay, a landlocked country about the size of California located in the heart of South America, recently joined the upper middle income category.  With nearly 7 million people, this small but open economy has had an average growth of 5% over the last decade. However, Paraguay’s growth is very volatile, and mostly reliant on natural resources.  Paraguay is the fourth-largest soybean and the sixth largest beef exporter in the world.  Unfortunately, and despite this steady growth, inequality persists, with a GINI Index of 51.67 (2015).

Peru

Mission Contact

Jene Thomas, Mission Director
USAID/Peru
Av. La Encalada, cuadra 17
Monterrico, Surco
Lima, Peru
20521-3230
Peru
511-618-1200
511-618-1350

Philippines

Mission Contact

USAID/Philippines
Annex 2 Building, U.S. Embassy, 1201 Roxas Boulevard, Ermita
Manila
1000
Philippines
+63 (2) 301-6000
+63 (2) 301-6213

USAID Contact

Michael Glees, Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 712-4728

Republic of the Congo

Mission Contact

USAID/Democratic Republic of the Congo
198 Isiro Avenue
Kinshasa / Gombe
Democratic Republic of the Congo
+254 20 862 2000
+243 81 700 5701

USAID Contact

Julie Wood
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-5868

The Republic of the Congo is relatively rich in natural resources, including forests, oil and other mineral resources, and it has the deepest port in Africa. A civil war in 1997 led to years of unrest, but stability has now returned. However, the country continues to struggle to restore democratic governance. More than 80 percent of the population is literate, and primary education is widespread among both girls and boys.

Rwanda

Mission Contact

c/o U.S. Embassy
2657 Avenue de la Gendarmerie
Kigali
Rwanda
+250 252 596400
+250 252 596591

USAID Contact

Nathaniel Roth
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
202-712-5967

Rwanda is a small, landlocked country with the highest population density in Africa. It remains one of the world’s poorest countries. However, much has changed since the 1994 genocide. Today, the Government is committed to making it a middle-income country by 2020, a plan enshrined in its Vision 2020 plan. Data across sectors suggest the country is actively moving toward their goal. For example, between 2011 to 2014, poverty dropped markedly – from approximately 60 percent to 40 percent– and GDP per capita increased to approximately $750. This progress has been credited in large part to strong agriculture sector growth. Rwanda’s 2015 Demographic and Health Survey reported similar positive trends: between 1990 and 2015, the country reduced under-five child mortality rate by two-thirds and achieved an extraordinary 85 percent decline in maternal mortality. The survey also reports that 93 percent of children aged 12-23 months are fully vaccinated against major childhood diseases.

The country's progress is remarkable and USAID is working closely with the government, civil society, private sector and communities to build on this progress and address remaining challenges in health, economic growth, education and democracy and governance.

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Last updated: October 23, 2019