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  • Photocredit 4 April 2014 State, Sekondi, Ghana

    American Military Law Enforcement Partnership

    Today, Ghanaian and U.S. maritime forces completed a three-week combined maritime law enforcement operation as part of African Maritime Law Enforcement Partnership (AMLEP), the operational phase of the Africa Partnership Station (APS) program.

  • Ambassador Gene Cretz on Ukraine

    Ambassador Gene Cretz on Ukraine

    Since last November, the people of Ukraine have been striving to define their own future. In the process, they have become a symbol of courage and peaceful change for the whole world.

  • Man looking at a woman's handcrafted products. Photo credit: State 10 April 2014, Accra

    Ambassador Cretz hosts Self-Help Bazaar

    The American Ambassador to Ghana, Ambassador Gene A. Cretz will host dozens of local Ghanaian vendors in a Self-Help Bazaar. Twenty-eight organizations from eight regions are expected to participate.

  • Group of standing men in front of building. (Credit: State: March 20, 2014 Aflao, Ghana)

    Working Together for Safer, Secure Borders

    The U.S. Embassy in Ghana in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection and regional law enforcement officials have concluded a week long international border and interdiction training with participants from Ghana, Benin, Niger, Nigeria and Togo.

  • State, March 14, 2014, Kumasi, Ghana

    Making a Difference through Partnership

    "It is a real honor to join you this morning for the commissioning of a safe water station at Yawkwei...."

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