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  • President Obama Engages With Southeast Asian Youth

    President Obama Engages With Southeast Asian Youth

  • Ambassador Mitchell Participates in Shae Thot 2,000th Village Visit

    Ambassador Mitchell Participates in Shae Thot 2,000th Village Visit

  • Ambassador Mitchell Takes President Obama's YSEALI Town Hall Message on the Road

    Ambassador Mitchell Takes President Obama's YSEALI Town Hall Message on the Road

  • USAID’s new partnership with the University of Arizona, Yangon and Pathein Universities and the Myanmar Fisheries Association

    USAID’s new partnership with the University of Arizona, Yangon and Pathein Universities and the Myanmar Fisheries Association

  • Second Myanmar-U.S. Human Rights Dialogue

    Second Myanmar-U.S. Human Rights Dialogue

  • Ambassador Mitchell Attends the Opening Ceremony for Sitagu Sotujana University

    Ambassador Mitchell Attends the Opening Ceremony for Sitagu Sotujana University

  • Ambassador Mitchell and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Marciel Visit to Shan States

    Ambassador Mitchell and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Marciel Visit to Shan States

  • An Evening of Jazz: The Ari Roland Band at the National Theatre

    An Evening of Jazz: The Ari Roland Band at the National Theatre

  • New American Center Groundbreaking Ceremony

    New American Center Groundbreaking Ceremony

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Programs and Grant Opportunities

  • 2015 Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD program)
    The U.S. Embassy Yangon is pleased to announce the Global Undergraduate Exchange (Global UGRAD ) Program. The goal of the program is to provide a diverse group of eligible students from under-represented groups with a substantive exchange experience at a U.S. college or university.

    Application Deadline is February 18, 2015. 
  • U.S. Embassy Grants Announcement

     

    This announcement is to inform interested civil society organizations about funding opportunities of grants up to $20,000. The U.S. Embassy seeks proposals from qualified organizations for sustainable projects that identify and respond to the needs of their communities, including enhancing opportunities for:

    1) Advance democracy and civic engagement,
    2) Promote rule of law and human rights,
    3) Strengthen civil society capacity for advocacy and networking, and
    4) Promote conflict resolution and peace building.

    This initiative will channel through the US Embassy Small Grants Program.

    Please follow the link to download:
    Application and budget narrative formats to Small Grants Program

Emergency Contact

  • Emergency Contact If you are a U.S. citizen in need of urgent after-hours assistance, the After-Hours Duty Officer Telephone number is (95)-(9)-512-4330.  The 24 Hour Embassy Telephone number is (95)-(1)-500-547.  If calling the 24 Hour Embassy Telephone, explain that you want to speak to the Duty Officer or a Consular Officer.  These numbers are not to be used for visa inquiries.

President Obama’s Trip Remarks

Transcripts and Remarks

  • Transcripts and Remarks

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