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Security Alert – U.S. Embassy Lome, Togo (09 August 2023)

Location: Togo Event:  Due to the ongoing security situation in the northern border region of Togo, the Government of Togo has implemented restrictions on travel to the Savanes region.  Non-Togolese citizens, to include private U.S. citizens, must obtain written authorization from the Ministry of Defense before traveling to the Savanes region. Extremist groups have carried ... Read More»

Visit of MCC CEO Alice Albright to Togo

Lomé, June 20, 2023 – During a visit to Togo on June 20, 2023, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Alice Albright met with met with President Faure E. Gnassingbé, Prime Minister Victoire Dogbe, and a distinguished delegation of Ministers. Read the full Press release here Read More»

Security Alert – U.S. Embassy Lome

Location: Togo   Event:  Extremist groups have carried out attacks, including kidnapping, in the northern border region of Togo, adjacent areas of Burkina Faso, and Benin.  Attacks may occur with little or no warning.  The current travel policy for embassy personnel prohibits travel north of the town of Dapaong and Highway N24 or Highway N28, ... Read More»

International Education Week – Open Doors

International Education Week (IEW) is an opportunity to celebrate the benefit of international education and exchange worldwide. The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and the Institute of International Education (IIE) are pleased to release new findings from the Open Doors. Open Doors is a comprehensive information resource on international students and ... Read More»

Graduation ceremony for English Access program in Kpalime

On Friday September 2022 Ambassador Elizabeth A.N. Fitzsimmons officially closed the Access program funded by the Department of State and implement by APET school in Kpalime. The Public Affairs Officer, Prefect of Kloto and several school officials were in attendance. Launched in 2022 to benefit 45 talented yet economically disadvantaged young students, this two years of ... Read More»