Ambassador of the United States Of America To Ghana Her Excellency Stephanie Sanders Sullivan as part of the 245th U.S. Independence Day Celebration has highlighted some key factors in the U.S. – Ghana bilateral relationship.
The Fourth of July marks the anniversary of the U.S. nation’s birth, a call to milestones in U.S. history.
Hitherto to this, ADOATV has earmarked the month of July as “The U.S.A Month which was launched by the Ambassador of United States Of America to Ghana, H.E Stephanie Sanders Sullivan.
“The U.S. Month” on ADOATV seeks to look at key Institutions that reflect the U.S. values that have shaped the U.S. – Ghana Bilateral relationship.
- The Fulbright Program.
- The U.S. Agency for International Development &
- The Peace Corps.
Find Below Some highlighted statements of H.E Excellency Stephanie Sanders Sullivan during the 245th U.S. Independence Day Virtual Celebration 2021:
- The United States Is Proud to Rejoin the World Health Organization and to lead the Global Covid Response as the largest contributor to Covax, the global vaccine delivery program.
- We are proud that today, the Fulbright program legacy is represented by hundreds of thousands of distinguished and diverse alumni.
- For 75 years, and 63 years in Ghana, the Fulbright program has given hundreds of passionate and accomplished students, scholars, teachers, and professionals of all backgrounds and fields, the opportunity to study, teach, exchange ideas, and contribute to finding solutions to complex global challenges.
- For 60 years, USAID has been the world’s leader in international development.
- USAID has provided nearly $30 million to support Ghana’s Covid-19 response.