Mission Directory

Chad

Mission Contact

Leslie E. McBride
Development Counselor
N'Djamena
Chad

USAID Contact

Tiana Hill
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
USA
202-712-0571

Over half of Chad's population live in poverty and have experienced decades of conflict and instability. Since the 2010 peace agreement with neighboring Sudan, however, the country has enjoyed relative stability. Beginning in 2000, foreign direct investment in the oil sector has boosted revenues from oil production.

China

Mission Contact

Athenee Tower, 25th Floor
63 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Patumwan
Bangkok
10330
Thailand
662-257-3000
662-257-3099

USAID Contact

Zach Child, Regional Desk Officer, East Asia
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 712-0966
USAID’s activities relating to China fall into three categories and are implemented by the Agency’s Thailand-based Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA).
 
First, USAID assists Tibetan communities in China by promoting more prosperous lives through employment creation; improved management of natural resource-based livelihoods, such as yak herding; and preservation of their cultural heritage.  
 

Colombia

Mission Contact

Peter Natiello, Mission Director
USAID 5101
American Embassy/Bogota
APO
AA
34038
Colombia
571-275-2000
571-315-3528

USAID Contact

Keith Battles
Washington
, DC 

Colombia is a middle-income country and one of the oldest democracies in Latin America. However, it has endured nearly half a century of intense armed conflict, perpetuated by widespread illegal drug production and trafficking.

Côte d'Ivoire

Mission Contact

Jeff Bryan, USAID Representative
Abidjan
Côte d'Ivoire
+225 22 49 41 32

USAID Contact

Stephanie Saenger
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-1623

Cuba

Cyprus

Mission Contact

U.S. Embassy
Metochiou & Ploutarchou Streets
Engomi-2407
Nicosia
1385
Cyprus
+357-22-393939
+357-22-393923

USAID Contact

Weber Wang
U.S. Agency for International Development
Bureau for Europe and Eurasia, SA-44
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 567-4233
(202) 567-4261

USAID supports cooperation between the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities to reduce tensions and promote a climate that will foster reconciliation and a durable peace settlement on the long divided island.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Mission Contact

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

USAID Contact

Julie Wood/Carla Komich
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-5868/0568

In November 2011, the people of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) voted in their second national election since independence. While these elections were critically important, the country—with a population of over 71 million—still faces multiple challenges. Due to the persistent presence of armed groups, ongoing insecurity continues to destabilize eastern DRC. Other challenges include rampant corruption, inadequate infrastructure and human resources, and a limited capacity to raise and manage revenues.

Djibouti

Mission Contact

USAID/Djibouti
Department of State
Washington
DC
20521-2150
Djibouti
254-20-862 2000
254-20-862 2680

USAID Contact

Precious D. Cain
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-5421

Djibouti's location in a conflict-prone region—with Yemen, Eritrea, Somalia and Ethiopia at its borders—combined with its commitment to peaceful, moderate views makes it a unique and strategic partner for the United States. Djibouti is home to one of the few warehouses, not based in the United States, that prepositions American food aid for Africa and Asia, thus reducing the delivery times to areas in need by 75 percent.

Dominican Republic

Mission Contact

Arthur W. Brown, Mission Director
Avenida República de Colombia #57
Altos de Arroyo Hondo
Santo Domingo
34041-0175
Dominican Republic
(809) 567-7775

USAID Contact

Debra Banks

The Dominican Republic is the Caribbean’s largest economy, with an estimated 2014 gross domestic product (GDP) of $64.14 billion.  Despite being a middle income country, more than 40 percent of Dominicans live in poverty, with the wealthiest 10 percent of the population accounting for more than 40 percent of the country’s income.

East Africa Regional

Mission Contact

USAID/Kenya and East Africa Regional
PO Box 629
Village Market
Nairobi
00621
Kenya
254-20-862-2000
254-20-862-2680

USAID Contact

Donna Welch
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-5687

USAID works with regional intergovernmental organizations—the East African Community, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa—and with regional private sector and civil society groups to implement effective solutions to regional development challenges.

Eastern and Southern Caribbean

Mission Contact

Christopher Cushing, Mission Director
USAID/Eastern and Southern Caribbean
Embassy, Wildey Business Park
St. Michael
Barbados
Latin America & the Caribbean
(246) 227-4118
(246)228-8589

USAID Contact

Ashley Henderson
(202) 712-0821

For almost 40 years, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has provided development assistance to the Caribbean region and sought to advance: “Safer more prosperous Caribbean Communities.” Despite significant strides made over the years, Eastern and Southern Caribbean countries remain vulnerable to myriad threats that impact the lives and livelihoods of citizens and vulnerable populations.

Ecuador

Mission Contact

Ecuador

Egypt

Mission Contact

Sherry Carlin, Mission Director
USAID
1A Nady El Etisalat Street
New Maadi, Cairo
11435
Egypt
+20 2 2522-7000
+20 2 2516-4628

USAID Contact

Julie Zavala, Desk Officer
USAID
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
1-202-712-1422

For nearly four decades, the American people have partnered with the people of Egypt to promote an environment where all groups in Egyptian society – including women and minorities – can lead healthy, productive lives. USAID’s program in Egypt, totaling nearly $30 billion since 1978, has directly and fundamentally supported gains such as a reduction in infant and maternal mortality rates, improvement in reading ability in the early grades, and an increase in marketable skills – leading to jobs and lasting prosperity in Egypt.

El Salvador

Mission Contact

Lawrence J. Sacks, Mission Director
American Embassy
Final Boulevard Santa Elena
Antiguo Cuscatlán
La Libertad, El Salvador, C.A.
El Salvador
011 (503) 2501-2999
011 (503) 2501-3401

USAID Contact

Jennifer Huynh
Washington
, DC 

Ethiopia

Mission Contact

USAID Ethiopia
Entoto Street
PO Box 1014
Addis Ababa
Ethiopia
+251 11 130 6002
+251 11 124 2438

USAID Contact

Robert O'Neill
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-5404

Our portfolio in Ethiopia is one of the largest and most complex in Africa.

Over the last decade, Ethiopia has made tremendous development gains in education, health and food security. In 2015, GDP growth was 10.5 percent (World Bank). The addition of 38,000 health extension workers has helped reduce the under five child mortality rate by more than six percent a year since 2000.

Georgia

Mission Contact

USAID/Tbilisi
11 George Balanchine Street
Tbilisi
0131
Georgia
995-32-2-544-000

USAID Contact

Mischere Kawas, Country Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 567- 4035

Ghana

Mission Contact

USAID/Ghana
No. 24 Fourth Circular Road, Cantonments
PO Box 1630
Accra
0233-30-274-1200
Ghana
+233 302 741 200
+233 302 741 365

USAID Contact

Julia Escalona
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-4981

Ghana is a stable, democratic country with a free press, active civil society, independent judiciary and apolitical military. USAID and the Ghanaian Government work together to generate prosperity and security for both the Ghanaian and the American people by increasing agricultural production, employment opportunities, and income for the poor, improving the quality of health services and education, and strengthening local government institutions.

Guatemala

Mission Contact

Thomas R. Delaney, Mission Director
USAID KM 6.5
Final Boulevard Los Próceres
Santa Catarina Pinula
Guatemala
N/A
Guatemala
502.2422.4000
502.2422.4592

USAID Contact

Deidra Winston
Washington
, DC 

High levels of violence and insecurity, and historic inequality in Guatemala contribute to increased crime rates, high levels of poverty, and some of the lowest social development indicators in Latin America.  Guatemala also is extremely vulnerable to natural disasters and the impacts of climate change.  However, Guatemala also has a wealth of human and natural resources that can contribute to economic growth and increased stability. 

Guinea

Mission Contact

USAID/Guinea
B.P. 603
Conakry Guinea
Guinea
+224 3046 8715
+224 3046 8714

USAID Contact

Richard Driscoll
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-0814

Guinea is a predominantly Muslim country with a population 11.7 million. It has the largest reserves of bauxite in the world, and is the second largest producer of the mineral. Despite the country’s mineral wealth, it is one of the poorest countries in the world, with a GDP per capita of $523. Its successful November 2010 elections marked the first time in 52 years that the country held peaceful, democratic presidential elections. The elections were seen by the international community as a turning point for the country’s political stability and future development.

Guyana

Mission Contact

Guyana

USAID Contact

Ashley Henderson

 

USAID's programs in Guyana are managed out of USAID's Eastern and Southern Caribbean Mission.

In Guyana, USAID programs focus on health, economic growth, and democracy and governance.

The health program strengthens public health systems and works to ensure the availability of comprehensive care; enhances civil-society and private-sector responses to HIV/AIDS; provides HIV prevention services; and improves supply-chain management of drugs and other supplies. 

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Last updated: December 04, 2016