Mission Directory

Mali

Mission Contact

USAID/Mali
ACI 2000
Rue 243, Porte 297
Bamako
Mali
+223 20 70 23 00
+223 20 22 39 33

USAID Contact

Dana Alzouma
Washington
, DC 
USA
202-712-0432
 
 
 
 

Mauritania

Mission Contact

Linda Gregory
USAID Representative
Nouakchott
Mauritania
+222 525-4441

USAID Contact

Kennan Wright
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
+1 202-712-4467

Due to meager educational infrastructure, only 40 percent of Mauritanian youth complete primary school and 60,000 students drop out of school each year. As Mauritania imports about 65 percent of its food, rising world food prices threaten economic and food security – particularly for the 42 percent of the population which lives below the poverty line. Furthermore, longstanding ethnic tensions and the presence of extremist groups pose ongoing security challenges, threatening the stability established since the 2009 democratic elections (following a 2008 military coup).

Mexico

Mission Contact

Sean Jones, Mission Director
American Embassy
Paseo de la Reforma 305, Cuauhtemoc
Mexico City
Distrito Federal
06500
Mexico
52-55-50802000
Fax 52-55-50802000 Ext. 4864

USAID Contact

Julie Ciccarone
Washington
, DC 

Los Estados Unidos y México tienen fuertes lazos sociales, culturales y económicos, preocupaciones compartidas en temas de seguridad, y una frontera que los une. México, como país de ingreso medio-alto y con un alto nivel de capacidad institucional, es un importante socio de los Estados Unidos en temas de desarrollo.

Middle East Regional

USAID Contact

Washington
, DC 
USA

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

Caroline Brearley
U.S. Agency for International Development
Bureau for Europe and Eurasia, SA-44
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 567-4028
(202) 567-4261

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

Mongolia

Mission Contact

Scott Brown, USAID Senior Development Advisor
U.S. Embassy
11th Microdistrict, Big Ring Rd
Ulaanbaatar
14171
Mongolia
+(976) 7007-6288
+(976) 7007-6254

USAID Contact

Julie Pekowski, Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 712-5377

Mongolia, a stable and emerging democracy in East Asia, is richly endowed with mineral resources, promising major economic and social benefits for its people. However, the country’s dependence on extractive industries and its underdeveloped manufacturing and services sectors have exposed it to sharp economic fluctuations and weakened its employment generation potential.

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

Dana Mansuri, Mission Director
American Embassy/USAID
Unit 9400, Box 2200
DPO
AE
09718
212-3-763-2001
212-3-763-2012

USAID Contact

Allison Noble, 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

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

USAID Contact

Shelley Johnson
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
202-712-4662

 

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. However, 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

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

USAID Contact

Yvette Moore
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-0622

 

Nepal

Mission Contact

Beth Dunford, Mission Director
U.S. Embassy
Maharajgunj
Kathmandu
PO Box: 295
Nepal
977-1-400-7200
977-1-400-7285

USAID Contact

Mike Bradow, Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 216-3488

Landlocked between India and China, two rapidly changing countries, Nepal remains one of the poorest countries in the world and continues to cope with the effects of a decade-long insurgency that ended in 2006. Located in the Himalaya mountain range, the country is greatly impacted by global climate change and struggles with both water scarcity in some areas and increased flooding in others. Supporting progress toward a democratic, resilient and prosperous Nepal is a priority for U.S. development efforts.

Nicaragua

Mission Contact

Arthur Brown, Mission Director
American Embassy/USAID/Managua
Unit #2712, Box 9
APO
AA
34021
Nicaragua
505-2252-7100
505-2252-7324

USAID Contact

Deidra Winston
Washington
, DC 

Niger

Mission Contact

Sean Osner
USAID Representative
US Embassy
Niamey
Niger
+227-20-72-26-61

USAID Contact

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

Niger, an emerging democracy landlocked in the increasingly unstable Sahel region, consistently ranks at or near the bottom of the United Nations Human Development Index of all countries. Despite increased economic growth catalyzed by an expanding extractive industry sector (including uranium, gold, and petroleum reserves), poor infrastructure, extremely low education levels, and multiple concurrent natural disasters due to the country’s vulnerability to climate change have limited broad- based development.

Nigeria

Mission Contact

USAID/Nigeria
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

Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa with a population of over 173 million. In 2012, the country’s economy grew at a rate of 6.5 percent, largely fueled by oil revenues. It is the sixth largest exporter of oil in the world. However, amidst the indicators of progress, the country is still troubled by myriad socioeconomic problems.

Pacific Islands

Mission Contact

USAID Pacific Islands Regional Office
U.S. Embassy
Douglas Street, P.O. Box 1492
Port Moresby
NCD
Papua New Guinea
+675 321-1455 ext 2113
+675 321-3423

USAID Contact

Melissa Kennison, Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 712-4521

The Pacific Islands are on the front lines of a variety of worldwide challenges, in particular global climate change and natural disasters. With some areas in the Pacific Islands only 15 feet above sea level, these nations are among the most vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change, as well as being some of the least able to respond. The region is home to more than 8.5 million people, major fisheries, coral reefs and important tropical forests where the United States has significant security and regional interests.

Pakistan

Mission Contact

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

USAID Contact

Taha Gaya
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
202-712-0819

The primary focus of the U.S. civilian-assistance program is to develop a stable, secure and tolerant Pakistan with a vibrant economy.

Working with other U.S. agencies, as well as donors and international development partners, USAID has focused its program over the last year on five areas essential to Pakistan’s stability and long-term development and reflective of Pakistani priorities: energy, economic growth, stabilization, education and health.

Panama

USAID Contact

Rebecca Ellison

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

Fernando Cossich, Mission Director
USAID/Paraguay
Juan de Salazar 364 c/ Artigas
Asuncion
Paraguay
595-21-220715
595-21-213732

USAID Contact

Michael Karbeling
Washington
, DC 

To address the priorities of the Government of Paraguay, our programs focus on reducing poverty, structuring an inclusive financial system, creating jobs, and strengthening family farms. The aim of the Millennium Challenge Corporation's Threshold Program, administered by USAID, is to support the government's efforts in the fight against corruption, and to strengthen the rule of law, customs, and the health and justice sectors. Other priorities are protecting the rights of people with disabilities, gender equality, and development of small agricultural producers.

Peru

Mission Contact

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

USAID Contact

Michael Karbeling
Washington
, DC 

Philippines

Mission Contact

Gloria Steele, Mission Director
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

Melissa Kennison, Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
Postal Code 
20523
USA
(202) 712-4521

The Philippines, Southeast Asia’s oldest democracy, is an important development, trade and security partner to the United States. In recent years, the Philippines has made substantial economic progress, although one-fifth of the population still lives in extreme poverty. Through the Partnership for Growth, a White House initiative implemented in only four countries worldwide, the United States and the Philippines collaborate to address the country’s most serious constraints to lasting equitable growth that benefits all Filipinos.

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Last updated: August 26, 2015