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Regional Affairs

Regional affairs

See also Foreign Embassies, U.S. Ambassadors, and Country Desk Offices (Appendix).

Africa

For North Africa, see Near East and South Asia.

▶Agencies

Agency for International Development (USAID), Bureau for Africa,1300 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., #4.08C, 20523-4801; (202) 712-0500. Fax, (202) 216-3008. Cheryl L. Anderson, Senior Assistant Administrator.

Web, www.usaid.gov/who-we-are/organization/bureaus/bureau-africa

Advises the USAID administrator on U.S. policy toward developing countries in Africa.

Bureau of African Affairs (State Dept.),2201 C St. N.W., #6234A, 20520-3430; (202) 647-2530. Fax, (202) 647-6301. Donald Y. Yamamoto, Assistant Secretary (Acting), (202) 647-4440.

Web, www.state.gov/p/af, Twitter, @AsstSecStateAF and Facebook, www.facebook.com/DOSAfricanAffairs

Blog, https://blogs.state.gov/regions/africa

Advises the secretary on U.S. policy toward sub-Saharan Africa. Directors, assigned to different regions in Africa, aid the assistant secretary.

Bureau of African Affairs (State Dept.), Central African Affairs,2201 C St. N.W., #4244, 20520-2902; (202) 663-0535. Fax, (202) 647-1726. Rafael Foley, ...

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