Public Affairs Section
Public Affairs Offices of the U.S. Mission to Nigeria
- Engages Nigerians of all walks of life.
- Empowers Nigerians to understand American life and culture.
- Educates Nigerians about issues of mutual concern.
- Enriches the dialogue between American citizens and institutions and their counterparts in Nigeria.
- Listens to Nigerians about their concerns toward the U.S.
- Informs Nigerians about U.S. policies in Nigeria.
- Improves understanding between Nigeria and the U.S.
- Evaluates public affairs programs for their effectiveness in reaching Nigerians.
Cultural Affairs Specialists bring notable U.S. speakers and specialists to Nigeria to discuss issues of mutual concern. We organize seminars, symposia, and cultural programs. We are responsible for several exchange programs that send Nigerians to the U.S. and bring Americans to Nigeria for educational and professional exchanges. (more)
To find out more about how you can participate in the Fulbright Program, Humphrey Fellowship, Youth Leadership, Study of the U.S. Institutes, send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Study in the U.S.
The Educational Advising Centers in Abuja and Lagos assist students to study in the U.S. Educational advisers counsel students on how to identify U.S. colleges and universities and how to apply for admissions and U.S. visas. (more)
Information Resource Centers
The Information Resource Centers (IRC) are reference/research library that provide comprehensive and authoritative information on the United States.
IRC reference specialists help you find facts and answers, keep you up to date, and empower you to help yourself...
Become a member today! It’s free. (more)
The Information Section engages the Nigerian print and electronic media to explain U.S. policies toward Nigeria.
We issue press releases and conduct press briefings.
We monitor Nigerian news to inform Washington policymakers about developments in Nigeria.
- Ambassadorial Speeches
Email contact information:
Media issues email@example.com
American Corners are partnerships between the U.S. Embassy and the host institution.
In American Corners you will find the collected literature of America’s best writers. (more)
President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)
PEPFAR is a US government fund to combat AIDS by injecting 15 billion American dollars over a 5 year period. (more)
Public Affairs Section, Abuja
Embassy of the United States of America
Plot 1075 Diplomatic Drive
Central District Area, Abuja.
Public Affairs Section, Lagos
2, Walter Carrington Crescent,
Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
Fax: (234) 1 263-5397