UN Youth Ghana and its Diplomatic Missions

John Vinzelts has appointed 17  Goodwill Ambassadors for UN Youth Ghana.

Exclusive Interview with John Vinzelts, Country Head in Charge of UN Youth Organization in Ghana. Broad discussion about his coming Mega Projects for establishment of Multi-Complex recreational and innovations centre for the Youth, which will promote the Roles of sdg Goals in Ghana.

Among other proposed Youth projects coming to Ghana are, Community Health Facilities, Mega Amusement Park, as an equal medium to achieve the SDG Goals in Africa and to promote Peace through Talents, Arts and Entertainment.

From the description of Youth from United Nations perspective with a global population of over 1.8 billion people, youth are the world’s greatest untapped resource, possessing the talents and ambition to overcome society’s biggest challenges. In order to achieve the 2030 Agenda, it is imperative to engage youth as beneficiaries, stakeholders, and leaders in the global movement for inclusive and sustainable development.

In his second term in office, former United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon established the Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth, subsequently appointing Mr. Ahmad Alhendawi of Jordan as his first-ever Envoy on Youth – the youngest senior official in the history of the Organization.

“I think with my appointment, the United Nations sent an important message that it’s time to work with young people, and not just for young people,” says Mr. Alhendawi, whose tenure as UN Envoy on Youth ends on 13 February 2017.

Mr. Alhendawi, who assumed his position on 17 January 2013, echoes the vision of former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon who, in establishing the Youth Envoy’s office, had identified working with and for young people as one of his top priorities.

The Envoy on Youth – who also acts as the adviser to and the representative of the Secretary-General on youth-related matters – was given the mandate to harmonize the UN system efforts on youth development, enhance the UN response to youth needs, advocate for addressing the development needs and rights of young people, as well as to bring the work of the United Nations with and for youth closer to them.

We believe young people are an opportunity, and they are an asset for development, peace and prosperity to their countries
In an interview with UN News – recorded days before the end of his tenure as UN Envoy on Youth – Mr. Alhendawi says, “We cannot really achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or bring peace and prosperity to our world without engaging young people.”

“Whether we are looking at development issues, peace and security, tackling Climate Change, on all these fronts we need to engage young people because they are capable, ready and very much able to do the heavy-lifting in implementing the SDGs,” adds the UN Envoy on Youth.

We believe young people are an opportunity, and they are an asset for development, peace and prosperity to their countries.

What’s important to remember here is that some of these gains didn’t always translate to improvements in young people’s lives at the national level. We still have many challenges facing young people. Youth unemployment is still high – some 74 million young persons are still unemployed. Many young people around the world are challenged by what we see today from the increase of hate speech, absence of peace and security, and young people are still struggling to access opportunities. There are some places where there’s systematic discrimination against young people. I’m very proud of the important progress we have made, but at the same time I’m very mindful that much more needs to be done, and this largest generation of young people cannot be left behind.

I keep reminding everyone that nobody should be allowed to gamble with their future of this generation of young people, and the future generations as well. That’s why the world has to unite for youth, and that’s the model we adopted in our work from Day One: that we have to unite for youth and to bring the world together. We have to remember that what’s at stake today is the future of this generation of young people, and the future of our planet and the future generations.

So my message to young people is: believe in our shared destiny, because this planet is at risk, and the challenges we are facing today cannot be tackled anymore within the border of one country, no matter what that country is.

My message to youth in 2017 is that this is an important moment for them not to lose hope, and to stay determined that we could be the generation that could reverse Climate Change, and eradicate extreme poverty; that’s the vision of Agenda 2030. My vision to young people is to unite around the shared platform offered to us. It’s a very exciting thing for our generation now; young people in this generation are fans of using shared platforms. It’s all about shared platforms, whether it’s a shared economic platform, where you access opportunities by sharing platforms, and I often think of the United Nations as a shared value platform, that’s available to all of us to share this important value system – the universal values like the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Charter – that brings all nations together.

My message to young people, as we use different platforms in all spheres of life, is for us to renew our faith and resolve to continue empowering and investing in this shared value system that has basically offered humanity this opportunity to come together for the first time in its history, so that we have something called universal values and international law, and UN agencies; this amazing system that links us together. Of course there are many people out there who will say “that doesn’t always work” – and I know it doesn’t always work – but we have to make it work, and we have to invest more. So my message to young people is: believe in our shared destiny, because this planet is at risk, and the challenges we are facing today cannot be tackled anymore within the border of one country, no matter what that country is. So we need to bridge the gaps, to connect people, and we need young people to believe in this message.


The UN Youth organization has targeted a large number of youth groups requiring specialized and tailored interventions. They include, but are not limited to the following:

Young women and Men
Youth on Drugs & Alcohol
Youth suffering from Mental Health
Youth in secondary school and Tertiary
School aged out of school youth
Unemployed youth
Youth in the workplace
Youth from poor households
Youth from different racial groups
Teenage parents
Orphaned youth
Youth heading households
Youth with disabilities
Youth living with HIV and Aids and other communicable diseases
Youth in conflict with the law
Youth abusing dependency creating substances
Homeless youth living on the street
Youth in rural areas
Youth in townships
Youth in cities
Youth in informal settlements
Young migrants
Young refugees
Youth who have been or are at risk of being abused.

Open Vacancies at (U.S Embassy Ghana)



Announcement Number:
Hiring Agency:
Embassy Accra
Position Title:
Consular Assistant – Open to all interested applicants
Open Period:
07/10/2018 – 07/24/2018Format MM/DD/YYYY
LE – 1405 7
(GHS) ¢37,704 – (GHS) ¢37,704
Promotion Potential:
Duty Location(s):
Accra, GH
For More Info:
 HR Section


Who May Apply:
All Interested Applicants / All Sources

For applicants who are USEFMs, the final grade/step for these positions will be determined by Washington DC.  The proposed grade is FP 07 – $43,031.

Security Clearance Required:
Public Trust – Background Investigation
Duration Appointment:
This will be determined after selection.
Marketing Statement:
We encourage you to read and understand the Eight (8) Qualities of Overseas Employees https://careers.state.gov/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Eight-Qualities-of-Overseas-Employees.pdf  before you apply.
The U.S. Mission in Accra, Ghana is seeking eligible and qualified applicants for the position of Consular Assistant.

The work schedule for this position is Full Time – 40 hours per week

Supervisory Position:
Relocation Expenses Reimbursed:
Travel Required:
Not Required


This is one of the two Consular Assistants that supports the daily operations of the Consular Section’s American Citizen Services (ACS) Unit. The Incumbent will provide U.S. citizen services in accordance with U.S. Department of State policies and procedures. Services may include, but are not limited to: case intake, case processing, printing visa pages and passports, drafting correspondence, updating databases, and maintaining files related to arrest cases, deaths, repatriations, welfare and whereabouts inquiries, and federal benefit payments. The incumbent will interact with the public, providing outstanding customer service. The position is supervised by the ACS Chief and is a non-supervisory position.

Qualifications and Evaluations

EXPERIENCE: Three (3) years of administrative/ government/para-professional experience, including customer service is required.

JOB KNOWLEDGE: Knowledge of regulations and U.S. law governing citizen services is required. Must have basic knowledge of Consular operations, citizenship services and unit workflow. Basic knowledge of Ghanaian civil and customary laws relating to marriage, divorce and adoption is required. Must have basic knowledge of Ghanaian documents such as passports, other forms of official identification, school, civil and religious documents. Basic knowledge of Ghanaian immigration and law enforcement is required.

Education Requirements:
Two (2) years university studies is required.
LANGUAGE: Level 4 (fluent, Reading/Speaking/Writing) in English is required. Level 4 (fluent, Reading/Speaking/Writing) in the local Twi languauge is required.
Language proficiency will be tested.SKILLS AND ABILITIES:  Must be able to work under pressure.  Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.  Must have good interpersonal skills. Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance of SECRET.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: The U.S. Mission provides equal opportunity and fair and equitable treatment in employment to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, or sexual orientation. The Department of State also strives to achieve equal employment opportunity in all personnel operations through continuing diversity enhancement programs. The EEO complaint procedure is not available to individuals who believe they have been denied equal opportunity based upon marital status or political affiliation. Individuals with such complaints should avail themselves of the appropriate grievance procedures, remedies for prohibited personnel practices, and/or courts for relief.

Benefits and Other Info

Locally Employed Staff, including Members of Household (MOHs), locally-resident EFMs and Third-Country Nationals (TCNs), working at the U.S. Mission in Accra, Ghana may receive a compensation package that may include health, separation, and other benefits.

For EFMs, benefits should be discussed with the Human Resources Office.

The pay plan is assigned at the time of the conditional offer letter by the HR Office.

Additional Benefits:
Other Information:
HIRING PREFERENCE SELECTION PROCESS: Applicants in the following hiring preference categories are extended a hiring preference in the order listed below. Therefore, it is essential that these applicants accurately describe their status on the application. Failure to do so may result in a determination that the applicant is not eligible for a hiring preference.


(1) AEFM / USEFM who is a preference-eligible U.S. Veteran*


(3) FS on LWOP and CS in LWOP **

* IMPORTANT: Applicants who claim status as a preference-eligible U.S. Veteran must submit a copy of the most recent Member Copy Four (4) of the DD-214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, and, if applicable, a letter from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. If claiming conditional eligibility for U.S. Veterans’ preference, applicants must submit proof of conditional eligibility. If the written documentation confirming eligibility is not received in the HR office by the closing date of the vacancy announcement, the U.S. Veterans’ preference will not be considered in the application process. Mission HR’s decision on eligibility for U.S. Veterans’ preference after reviewing all required documentation is final.

** This level of preference applies to all Foreign Service employees on LWOP and CS in LWOP status with re-employment or reinstatement rights back to their agency or bureau.

What is an EFM, USEFM, AEFM, MOH, etc?  https://careers.state.gov/downloads/files/definitions-for-va


1. The Mission may consider any of the following when determining successful candidacy: nepotism, conflicts of interest, budget, and residency status.

2. Current employees of the Mission who have not successfully completed their initial probationary periods are not eligible to apply. Current employees with an Overall Summary Rating of Needs Improvement or Unsatisfactory or MBC score of 100 points or less, on their most recent Employee Performance Report (EPR) are not eligible to apply.

3. Current employees of the Mission hired on a Family Member Appointment (FMA) or a Personal Service Agreement (PSA) are not eligible to apply within the first 90 calendar days of their employment. This does not apply for employees on a PSA (Temp), or those are hired on a When Actually Employed (WAE) or intermittent work schedule.

4. Candidates who are EFMs, USEFMs, AEFMs, or MOHs must have at least one year remaining on their sponsor’s tour of duty to be considered eligible to apply for this position.

How to Apply

How to Apply:
All candidates must be able to obtain and hold a security clearance.

To apply for this position applicants must electronically submit the documents listed below to be considered for employment. Failure to do so may result in a determination that the applicant is not eligible and qualified.

To apply for this position click the “Apply to this vacancy” button.

Required Documents:
Ordinarily Residents who are not citizens of Ghana, must attached a copy of work and /or residence permit.

Ordinarily Residents who are citizens of Ghana, must attached a copy of Passport biodata page or other proofs of citizenship.

Eligible Family Members of U.S. Diplomats must attached a copy of the travel orders or approved OF-126 of the sponsoring employee.

Eligible Family members of U.S. Diplomats must attached a copy of the SF-50 (if applicable).

U.S. Veterans must submit a copy of the most recent Member Copy Four (4) of the DD-214, and if applicable a letter from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Any additional documentation (e.g. educational certificates, driver license, transcripts etc.) that addresses the qualification requirements of the position.

What to Expect Next:
Applicants who are invited to take a language, skills, or who are selected for an interview will be contacted via email.

Thank you for your application and your interest in working at the U.S. Mission in Accra, Ghana.

Ambassador Jackson’s Remarks at USAID West Africa Mission Director Swearing-in Ceremony

Ambassador Jackson has sworn in a new USAID West Africa Regional Mission Director – Daniel Moore. Mr. Moore’s career with USAID spans more than 25 years, and 20 of those 25 years have been spent in Africa. His tenure includes serving as mission director in Mali and as deputy mission director in Tanzania. He also served as a senior advisor to the acting assistant administrator for Africa in Washington D.C.

In his remarks, Ambassador said: “I trust that you and your team will continue the great work USAID conducts throughout this vast region”.

USAID’s annual assistance helps millions to increase their incomes. It boosts the energy sector; improves maternal and child health; and perpetuates democracy, peace and good governance.

Read the full remarks here: https://goo.gl/U26wmZ


Public Affairs Small Grants.

The Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S. Embassy in Ghana requests proposals for funding for its 2018 Public Diplomacy Grants program. Follow all instructions carefully. Click the link for detailed information on the grants.

U.S. Embassy Ghana
Notice of Funding Opportunity: Public Affairs Small Grants

Opening Date: July 12, 2018
Closing Date: August 10, 2018

All projects must begin before September 30, 2018. This does not mean that the activity must be completed before September 30, 2018, but preparation for the activity must begin before that date. We recommend submitting your proposal early to allow time to address any difficulties that may arise.

Email: PASAccraGrant@state.gov

Eligibility Information

The Public Affairs Section encourages proposals from:

  • Registered not-for-profit organizations, including think tanks and civil society/non-governmental organizations with programming experience
  • Individuals
  • Non-profit or governmental educational institutions

For-profit or commercial entities are not eligible to apply.

Funding Opportunity Description

The Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S. Embassy in Ghana requests proposals for funding for its 2018 Public Diplomacy Grants program. Please read and follow all instructions carefully.

Purpose of Grant: Public Diplomacy grants should address one (or more) of U.S. Embassy Ghana’s strategic goals, which are:

  • Improve Governance, Strengthen Democratic Institutions, and Promote Accountability
  • Promote Opportunity and Development by Investing in Health and Education
  • Maintain and Bolster Peace and Security
  • Spur Sustained Economic Growth, Trade and Investment

Activities that fall under these goals and may qualify for funding include (but are not limited to):

  • Combatting corruption and strengthening accountability
  • Encouraging and supporting the media and civil society (including women, rural residents, economically and politically disadvantaged groups, and youth) to better advocate for improved government services and to play an increasingly effective role in good governance
  • Promoting civic education and youth participation in civics, democratic processes, volunteerism, and community service
  • Promoting the equal rights of all citizens and the empowerment of vulnerable and marginalized groups within political and societal structures
  • Fostering media ethics and professionalism
  • Developing media literacy among youth, civil society, media, academia, and digital communicators
  • Encouraging lifelong literacy and a passion for reading
  • Developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills in youth
  • Countering violent extremism
  • Promoting inter-faith and inter-ethnic dialogue
  • Promoting a culture of entrepreneurship, innovation and business development
  • Increasing human capacity, particularly among women, rural residents, and other politically and economically disadvantaged people, to promote broader participation in the economy

The following activities to do not qualify for Public Affairs funding:

  • Fees and travel costs to attend conferences in the United States
  • Organizational start-up costs
  • Ongoing salaries, operating costs or capital improvements
  • Office equipment
  • Paying to complete activities begun with other funds
  • Projects of a commercial or profit-making nature
  • Projects that are inherently political in nature or that contain the appearance of partisanship or support to individual or single party electoral campaigns
  • Projects that support specific religious activities
  • Fundraising campaigns
  • Academic or analytical research (if not part of a larger project)
  • Construction projects
  • Vehicles
  • Scholarships
  • Projects whose primary aim is the institutional development of the organization itself
  • Soli, or any fees for news coverage
  • Representational expenses, such as receptions (Exceptions: expenses for coffee breaks and working lunches can be funded; alcohol, however, cannot)

American Content

Projects must incorporate some element of American content. “American content” may take the form of American partners, American themes and materials, or inviting U.S. Embassy staff to participate in and/or speak at grant-funded activities.

Funding Information

Minimum Award Amount: $3,000
Maximum Award Amount: $25,000
Average Award Amount: $5,000 – $10,000

Projects that include cost-sharing from the applicant or third-party funders will be given preference. Proposals should explain clearly other likely sources of funding or in-kind participation.

All grant awards are subject to the availability of funds from the U.S. Department of State. Budgets must be submitted in U.S. dollars.

Project and Budget Periods

Projects must be completed in one year or less. PAS may consider proposals for continuation grants, beyond the initial budget period, subject to the availability of funds, satisfactory progress of the applicants, and a determination that continued funding would be in the best interest of the U.S. government.

Because grants are contingent on the availability of funds from the U.S. Department of State, applicants are encouraged to submit proposals with flexible start dates. Proposals that are selected for funding must be initiated no later than September 30, 2018, and generally be completed within one year of their commencement.

Proposal Submission and Deadline

Applicants are encouraged, but not required, to use the grant proposal template provided under the “Additional Resources” heading to the right.

Proposals should be submitted via email to the Public Affairs Section using the following email address: PASAccraGrant@state.gov. Proposals must be submitted no later than Friday, August 10, 2018, at 1800 GMT. Applicants must complete and submit a detailed budget with all grant requests.

Review and Selection Process

Each proposal submitted under this announcement will be evaluated and rated on the basis of the criteria outlined below. The criteria are designed to assess the quality of the proposed project and to determine the likelihood of its success. The criteria are closely related and are considered as a whole in judging the overall quality of a proposal. Proposals will be reviewed on the basis of their completeness, coherence, clarity, and attention to detail.

Applicants are encouraged, but not required, to use the grant proposal template under the “Additional Resources” heading to the right. Applicants must submit a full project description, including a detailed narrative that outlines the plan of action, describing the scope of the proposed work and how it will be accomplished. The narrative should be accompanied by a detailed budget that includes all program costs and clearly indicates the proposing organization’s cost-share and/or in-kind participation.

Proposal Evaluation Criteria:

Audiences – The project should seek to influence a specific group of Ghanaian residents (based on age, profession, geographic location, gender, and/or other demographic factor) directly relevant to achieving the strategic goals noted above.

Goals and Objectives – The project addresses one or more of the strategic goals outlined above and is likely to provide maximum impact in achieving the proposed results.

American Content – Projects that include significant American content (such as American speakers, American materials, U.S. Embassy participation, or a theme or topic originating in, or inspired by, U.S. history or society) will also be more favorably evaluated.

Strengths and Innovation – The proposal should clearly describe how the applicant will execute the program within the proposed time frame and articulate an innovative strategy or plan. Projects that reflect geographic diversity and gender equality will be more favorably evaluated.

Organizational Capacity – The individual or organization applying for the grant has expertise in one or more of the areas falling under the Embassy’s strategic goals and demonstrates the ability to perform the proposed activities.

Sustainability – The applicant demonstrates a clear plan for sustainable activity or impact of the activity after the grant period of performance.

Budget and Budget Justification – The budget and narrative justification are reasonable in relation to the proposed activities. The budget does not include funding for non-allowable activities. Proposals that include cost-sharing with the applicant or third-parties will be viewed more favorably.

Publicity/Media Plan – The applicant should include a plan to amplify the impact of the program on specific audiences.

Monitoring and Evaluation – The applicant should outline how specifically the grant will be monitored and evaluated for its overall effectiveness and impact, with specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely indicators, whenever possible.

Award Administration

The grant award shall be written, signed, awarded, and administered by the Grants Officer (GO). The GO is the U.S. government official delegated the authority by the U.S. Department of State Procurement Executive to write, award, and administer grants. The GO is assisted by the Grants Officer Representative (GOR), who works with the GO to make sure that all assistance awards are administered correctly. The GOR may be the primary point of contact for grantees. The assistance award agreement is the authorizing document and it will be provided to the recipient. Organizations whose proposals will not be funded will also be notified in writing.

We will make all funding decisions by August 30, 2018.

All awards issued under this announcement will require both program and financial reports on a frequency specified in the award agreement. The disbursement of funds may be tied to submission of these reports in a timely manner. All other details related to award administration will be specified in the award agreement.


Diplomatic Missions in Ghana:

Embassy:    No. 19 Fifth Link Road, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana
Consular Section, U.S. Embassy, P.O. Box 194, Greater Accra, Ghana
Tel:        [233] (302) 775348, 775349, 775295 or 775298
FAX:     [233] (302) 776008
Website: www.ghana.usembassy.gov


Osu Link, Ridge, Accra
Contact: 0302 221665, 0302 221745, 0302 221715
Email: bhcomm@ghana.com


Embassy of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan
(Resident in Addis Ababa),
Bole Road, H-17, K-19, N-102,
P.O. Box 2308, Addis Ababa.
Tel: 187637


Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Algeria,
82 Tito Avenue, P.O. Box 2747, Accra.
Tel: 0302-776719


Embassy of the Argentine Republic (Resident in Lagos),
Akolowo Road, SW,
P.O. Box 51940, Ikoyi Branch, Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 683508/682797


Australian High Commission
2 Second Rangoon Close (cnr Josef B Tito Ave)
Cantonments, Accra
Post: PMB 60, KIA-Accra
Tel: 0302-701 2961-3; 0302-777080
Fax: 0302-776803
Email: Accrahc.enquiries@dfat.gov.au
Website: Embassy of Australia in Ghana


Consulate of Austria
P.O. Box CT-109
Cantonments, Accra
16, Wawa Street, Dzorwulu, Accra (off Blohun Street, near SID Theater)
Office hours: Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. – 12 a.m.
Appointment only under above phone number on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2p.m. – 5 p.m.
Tel. 0302-78 33 68
Fax 0302-76 32 36
Where and how to get the visa 


High Commission for the People’s Republic of Bangladesh
(Resident in Dakar),
Immeuble Kebe, 7th Floor, Apartment Nos. 11 & 12,
B.P. 403, Dakar, Senegal. Tel: 225017/216881


Consulate of Belgium
P.O.Box CT 3890
Cantonments, Accra
Independence Avenue (Mile 4 next to GWCL, ATMA offices)
Tel. 0302-776561, 0302-762281, 0302-762382
Fax 0302-764384
E.Mail: consubel@4u.com.gh


Embassy of the People’s Republic of Benin,
19 Volta Street, 2nd Close, Airport Residential Area,
P.O. Box 7871, Accra North.
Tel: 0302-774860/0302-774889


Embassy of Brazil,
No. 4 Fifth Link, Off Senchi Street
P.O. Box CT 3859, Cantonments, Accra
Airport Residential Area
Email: brasemb.acra@itamaraty.gov.br, consular.acra@itamaraty.gov.br
Tel: 0302 774921/774908
Website: Brazil embassy in Accra


British High Commission
Osu Link, off Gamel Abdul Nasser Avenue
P O Box GP 296, Accra, Ghana
Tel: +233 (302) 213250
(233) (302) 7010650 (24 hours)
Office Hours (GMT): 0745-1445
Immigration Section Public Hours: 07:30-11:00
Consular Section Public Hours: 07:30-13:30
Fax +233 (302) 701 0655
Tel (visa section) +233 (302) 701 0721
Fax (visa section) +233 (302) 221715
E-mail: bhcaccra@africaonline.com.gh
Website: British High commission in Ghana


Embassy of the People’s Republic of Bulgaria,
3 Kakramadu Rd, East Cantonments,
P.O. Box 3193, Accra.
Tel: (00233 21) 77-24-04


Embassy of Burkina Faso,
House No 772/3, Asylum Down,
P.O. Box 651, Accra.
Tel: 0302-221988
Fax: 0302221936
Email: secretariat@ambafaso-gh.org


Embassy of the United Republic of Cameroon
(Resident in Lagos), 5 Elsie Femi Peatse Street,
Victoria Island, P.M.B. 2476, Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: (+234) 14 48 09 85
Fax: (+234) 14 48 09 85
Email: cglagos@consulam-ng.org


Canadian High Commission,
46 Independence Avenue,
P.O. Box 1639
Sankara Interchange (Ako Adjei Overpass)
Accra, Ghana.
Tel: (0302) 228555/228556
Fax: 233-302-773-792
Email: accra@international.gc.ca
Website: Embassy of Canada in Ghana


Embassy of the People’s Republic of China,
6 Agostino Neto Road, Airport Residential Area,
P.O. Box 3356, Accra
Tel:+233-0302-2761133 (Secretary to the ambassador), +233-030-2797437 (visa inquiry, 9:00-12:00 am, Tuesday & Thursday)
Fax:030-2774527 (Secretary to the ambassador), 030-2797327 (visa inquiry)
Email: chinaemb_gh@mfa.gov.cn
Website: Embassy of the People’s Republic of China

COTE D’IVOIRE (Ivory Coast)

Embassy of the Republic of Côte d Ivoire (Ivory Coast),
9 Eighteenth Lane, off Cantonments Road, Christiansborg,
P.O. Box 3445, Accra.
Tel: (0302) 774611/774612.
Fax: +233-21-773516/78 00 76
Email: acigh@ambaci-ghana.org
Website: Embassy of Côte d Ivoire (Ivory Coast) in Ghana


Embassy of the Republic of Cuba,
20 Amilcar Cabral Road, Airport Junction,
P.O. Box 9163, Airport, Accra.
Tel: 0302-775868
Email:embajada@gh.embacuba.cu, embajador@gh.embacuba.cu
Website: Embassy of Cuba in Ghana 


Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ghana
Kanda High Road, No. 2, House No. C260/5,
P.O. Box 5226, Accra North.
Tel: +233 (302)223540/247282
Fax: 00233 (0) 30 22 25 337
Email: accra@embassy.mzv.cz
Website: Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ghana 


Embassy of Denmark, Ghana
67 Dr. Isert Road (8th Avenue Extension)
North Ridge
P.O. Box C596, Accra
Location: nearby the World Bank office
Tel: +233 (0) 30 220 8730 (Fix tel), +233 (0) 54 011 6703 (Mobile tel), +233 (0) 30 220 8755 (Visa inquiry)
Website: Embassy of Denmark in Ghana


Embassy of Egypt, Accra-Ghana
Airport Residential Area,
House No.38
Senchi Street
Accra, Ghana
Tel: 0302-776854
Fax: 0302-776795
Website: Embassy of Egypt in Ghana


Embassy of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea
North Airport Road No. 70 (Kufour Lane)
Tel: (+233) 302 766 357


Embassy of Ethiopia,
No. 2 Milne Close Off Dr. Amilcar Cabral
Road Airport Residential Area
P.O.Box 1646
Accra, Ghana
Tel: +233 302 775 928, +233 302 765 682
Fax: (+233) 302-277 6807
Email: ethiopianemb@gmail.com


This embassy is resident in Nigeria
Postal address:
Embassy of Finland
P.M.B 5140, Maputo Street
Wuse Zone 3
Abuja, Nigeria
visiting Adress:
NO.9, Iro Dan Musa Street
PLOT 1547, Asokoro
Abuja, Nigeria
Tel: +234 706 418 9000, +234 817 245 4644 (Inquiries only:(Mon-Thu, 1 pm – 4 pm))
Email: sanomat.ABA@formin.fi, visa.aba@formin.fi (for visa, residence permit and legalization customers)
Website: Embassy of Finland in Ghana (Resident in Nigeria)


Embassy of France,
12th Road, off Liberation Avenue, P.O. Box 187, Accra.
Tel:+233 (0) 302.21.45.50
Website: Embassy of France in Ghana


Embassy of the Republic of Gabon (Resident in Abidjan),
Immeuble Shell, BP 3765, Abidjan 01.
Tel: 32-58-45/22-86-12


Gambia High Commission (Resident in Lagos)
Abuja office
7 Misratah Street
Off Parakou Crescent
P.M.B. 5058 Wuse 2
Abuja, Nigeria
Tel: +234 080 625 06180, +234 070 682 82964, +234 080 570 12927
Fax: +234 080 570 05023
Email: info@thegambiahcng.org, ghc_abuja@yahoo.com
Liaison Office, Lagos
162 Awolowo Road
P.O. Box 8073
S.W. Ikoyi
Lagos, Nigeria
Tel: +2341 267 0829


Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
n° 4, Sam Nujoma
North Ridge, ACCRA
P.O. Box GP 1757
Tel:(00233) 302 21 10 00, (00233) 302 24 10 82.
Fax: (00233) 302 22 13 47
Website: German Embassy in Ghana


Embassy of the Republic of Greece (Resident in Lagos).
In Ghana
Honorary General Consulate, Accra
No 1 Boundry Road Extension East Legon DTD 102-Cantonments
Accra, Ghana
Tel:(00233) 302542254, 244337935
Fax:(00233) 302542254
Email:pizanias@ampni.com , helleniconsulghana@ymail.com


Guinea Embassy in Ghana
No. 125 Opp. Accra Girl’s Roman Ridge
Accra, Ghana
Tel: +233-302-777-921, +233-302-775-373
Fax: +233-302-760-961
Email: embagui@ghana.com


Apostolic Nunciature,
8 Drake Avenue,
Air Port Residential Area
P.O.Box KA 9675, Accra
Tel: 0302-777759


Embassy of Hungarv
Mulungushi Gardens, Abla Court, Plot 53
Fifth Avenue Etension, Switchback Cantonments
Accra, Ghana
Tel: (+233) 50-642-3804, (+233) 50-642-3805
Email: mission.acc@mfa.gov.hu
Facebook: Embassy of Hungary in Ghana, facebook.


High Commission of India,
No. 9 Ridge Road, Roman Ridge
PO Box CT-5708, Cantonments
Accra, Ghana.
Tel: +233-307020903, 307020904
Fax: Fax: +233-302772176
Email: hoc.accra@mea.gov.in
Website: Embassy of India in Ghana


Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia (Resident in Lagos)
5/B Anifowoshe Street, Victoria Island, P.O. Box 3474, Lagos,
Tel:(234-01) 261-0508; 261-4601
Fax: (234-01) 261-3301; 261-3963
Email: unitkomlgs@hyperia.com; nedoy-69@hyperia.com


Embassy of the Islamic Republic of lran
3 Nme Lane
Airport Residential Area
P.O. Box 12673
Accra-North, Ghana
Tel: (+233) 302 774 474, (+233) 302 760 521
Email: iranemb.acc@mfa.gov.ir


Embassy of the Republic of Iraq (Resident in Lagos),
Plot 708A, Adeola Hopewell Street, Victoria Island,
P.O. Box 8259, Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 610309


Irish Honorary Consulate General
PW House
10 Abidjan Avenue
East Legon
Accra, Ghana
Tel: (+233) 30 251 8112
Fax: (+233) 30 251 8117
Email: irlconsul@gmail.com

Embassy of Israel
No. 2, First Circular Road
Unit 1 Josni Residence Cantonments,
P. O. Box CN 91
Accra, Ghana
Tel: +233 302 743838 / 982418
Fax: +233 302 743857
Website: Embassy of ISrael in Ghana


Embassy of Italy in Ghana
awaharlal Nehru Road
P.O.Box CT 885
Cantonments Accra, Ghana
Tel: 00233302775621, 00233302775622
Email: ambasciata.accra@esteri.it
Website: Embassy of Italy in Ghana


The High Commission of Jamaica (Resident in Addis Ababa),
National House, Menelik 11 Avenue, P.O. Box 5633, Addis Ababa
Tel: 151711, 1517l3

Masamichi Ishikawa
Embassy of Japan,
8 Tito Avenue, off Jawaharlal Nehru Avenue,
P.O. Box 1637, Accra.
Tel: 0302-775615, 0302-775616

High Commission of Kenya (Resident in Lagos),
52 Queen’s Drive, Ikoyi, P.O. Box 6464,
Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 682768, 685531.
Telex: 21124

KOREA, Democratic Republic
Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea,
139 Nortei Ababio Loop, Ambassadorial Estate,
Roman Ridge, P.O. Box 13874, Accra.
Tel: 0302-777825

Embassy of the Republic of Korea
3 Abokobi Road, East Cantonments,
P.O. Box 13700, Accra North.
Tel: 0302-776157

Embassy of the State of Kuwait (Resident in Dakar),
Telex: 3327


Embassy of the Republic of Lebanon,
House No F864/1, Cantonments Road, Osu,
P.O. Box 562, Accra.
Tel: 0302-776727

High Commission of the Kingdom of Lesotho,
(Resident in Nairobi), 4th Floor, International House,
Mama Ngina Street, Nairobi, P.O. Box 4496, Kenya.
Tel: 337493.
Telegraphic Address: “BOEMELI Nairobi”. Telex: 22489

Embassy of the Republic of Liberia,
10 West Cantonments, off Jawaharlal Nehru Road,�
P.O. Box 895, Accra.
Tel: 0302-775641/2

LIBYA Arab Jamahiriya
People’s Bureau of the Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya,
14 Sixth Street, Airport Residential Area,
P.O. Box9665, Accra.
Tel: 0302-774820/772517

No. 18, Templesi Lane
Airport Residential Area, Accra
Tel: 0302-763691/783087
Fax: 0302-764910

Embassy of the Republic of Mali,
Agostino Neto Road, Airport Residential Area,
P.O. Box 1121, Accra.
Tel: 0302-775160/666423

Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania
(Resident in Abidjan).
Tel: 41154/13

(Resident in Rabat, Morocco)

The Royal Netherlands Embassy,
89 Liberation Road, Thomas Sankara Circle,
P.O. Box 3248, Accra.
Tel: 0302-221655/226567
Email: nlgovacc@ncs.com.gh
Web: Netherlands Embassy in Accra

Embassy of the Republic of Niger,
House No. E.104/3,
Independence Avenue,
P.O. Box 2685, Accra.
Tel: 0302-224962

Office of the High Commission for the Federal Republic of
Nigeria, Tito Avenue, P.O. Box 1548, Accra.
Tel: 0302-776158-9

Royal Norwegian Embassy (Resident in Lagos),
2 Adeola Hopewell Street, Victoria Island,
P.O. Box 2413, Lagos,
Tel: 610983/4

Resident in Algiers

Honorary Consulate of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan,
Appiah Street, Mamprobi – Alhaji Last Stop
P. O. Box MP 686
Telephone: +233-302-313573
Mobile: +233-24-3576446

Embassy of the State of Palestine
15, Ghana Airways Avenue
Airport Residential Area
P.O. Box 01728, Osu. Accra
Tel: 00233 302 778736 / 00233 302 760478
Fax: 00233 302 785806 /00233 244 33 44 22
Email: palembac@ucomgh.com

Embassy of the Republic of Poland,
2 Akosombo Street, Airport Residential Area,
P.O. Box 2552,
Tel: 0302-775972

Embassy of Portugal (Resident in Lagos),
23 Alhaji Bashorun Street, Ikoyi
P.O. Box 8593, Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 683135

Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Romania,
North Labone Ward F. Block 6, House No. 262,
P.O. Box 3735, Accra.
Tel: 0302-774076

13 Lane, Ring Road East,
Osu, Accra,

P.O. Box 1634,

Tel.:  0302-77-56-11,
Fax:  0302-77-26-99,
E-mail: russia@ghana.com
Web-address: www.ghana.mid.ru

Embassy of the Sahraoui Arab Democratic Republic (Resident in

Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia,
10 Noi Fetreke Street, Roman Ridge Ambassadorial Estate
Extension, Airport Residential Area,
P.O. Box 670, Accra.
Tel: 0302-774311.
Telex: 2407 NAJDIA GH

Embassy of the Republic of Senegal (Resident in Lagos),
14 Kofo Abayorni Road, Victoria Island,
P.M.B. 2197, Lagos,
Tel: 614226/611722

Office of the High Commissioner for the Republic of Sierra Leone
(Resident in Lagos).

(Resident in Singapore)

Embassy of the Somali Democratic Republic (Resident in Lagos),
5 Eletu Ogabi Street, Plot 1270, Victoria Island,
P.O. Box 6355,
Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 611283, 610834

Ambassador: Mr Jorge Montealegre Buire
Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain,
Lamptey Avenue Extension, Airport Residential Area,
P.O. Box 1218, Accra.
Tel: 0302-774004, 0302-774005

Embassy of the Democratic Republic of Sudan
(Resident in Lagos), 40 Awolowo Road, Ikoyi,
P.O. Box 2428, Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 615889/617311

Embassy of Sweden (Resident in Lagos),
26 Monoley Street
P.O. Box 1097, Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 630672/77/81/88, 631049.

Embassy of Switzerland,
9 Water Road, North Ridge Area,
P.O. Box 359, Accra.
Tel: 0302-228125.
Telex: 2197
Website: www.eda.admin.ch

High Commission of the United Republic of Tanzania
(Resident in Lagos)
45 Ademola Street, SW Ikoyi, P.O. Box 6417, Lagos
Tel: 682757

Embassy of the Republic of Togo,
Togo House, Near Cantonments Circle, P.O. Box C120,
Cantonments, Accra.
Tel: m950.
Telex: 2166

High Commission of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
(Resident in Lagos),
Plot 1374, 6 Oarim Kotun Street Victoria
Island, P.O. Box 6392, Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 614527

Embassy of Tunisia (Resident in Lome).

Embassy of Turkey (Resident in Lagos).

Embassy of the Republic of Venezuala
(Resident in Lagos)
Plot 863B,
Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Victoria Island,
P.O. Box 3727,
Lagos. Nigeria.
Tel: 611590

Embassy of the Republic of Vietnam
(Resident in Luanda)

Embassy of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia,
No. 47 Senchi Street Airport Residential Area,
P.O. Box 1629, Accra.
Tel: 0302-775761/776868

Embassy of the Republic of Zaire (Resident in Lome),
B.P. 1102.
Tel: 215255

High Commission of the Republic of Zambia
No. 6 Agostino Neto Road, Airport Residential Area,
Cantonments, Accra,
Phone 0302-782298 and 0302-767692.
Opposite Chinese Embassy

Zimbabwe High Commission (Resident in Lagos),
6 Kasumu Ekemode Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 619328


Are you a U.S. citizen interested in representing the United States in embassies and consulates around the world? The U.S. Embassy in Accra will host two sessions of the Foreign Service Officer Test (FSOT) next month:

Dates: June 2 and June 9, 2018
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Registration: http://www.pearsonvue.com/fsot/

The FSOT is the first stage in the selection process that enables the U.S. Department of State to identify candidates having the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform Foreign Service work.

To be eligible, the U.S. Department of State requires that each candidate be:
– A U.S. citizen on the date the candidate submits the registration package;
– At least 20 years old and no older than 59 years of age on the day the candidate submits the registration;
– At least 21 years old and not yet 60 on the day the candidate is appointed as a Foreign Service Officer;
– Available for worldwide assignments, including Washington, D.C.

Candidates must register via the website of the test administrator, Pearson/Vue. To learn more about careers with the Department of State, visit careers.state.gov.

Welcome to CDSU

CDSU, as the first (Educational-Embassy), known institution in Africa, is a fully fledged Non-profit Scholarship University, dedicated to training future Leaders and young Diplomats in Consular service and Diplomatic Administration.

Having its Administrative Office established in Ghana, was established to raise, Model and train the United Nations Youth, Scholars, and young Erudites, known to be aspirant and up-coming Global Leaders and young Diplomats, to gain practical knowledge and experience in Foreign Services etiquettes and Diplomatic administration.

As a Non Profit- Open institution for Consular and Diplomatic research Training Programs, the University admits its Students on Scholarships, per their qualifications or by recommendations from Governments agencies, Donor Organizations, and the Diplomatic Missions. However, General admission were also opened to Students who have demonstrated great passion in desiring to pursue careers in Foreign Affairs, while they look forward for Top-Level Positions in International Diplomacy, Mediation, Leadership, and Global governance.

The majority of CDSU’s students, flexibly study from their Home Countries, in their own comfort Zone of choice, while receiving lectures diretly from their World-Class Professors online, linking them up to various Affiliated Universities, with E-learning technologies through Virtual and Smart classrooms, principally study off-campus; many of its courses and Programmes can also be studied anywhere in the world, as to create easy Learning environment Channels, and independent study opportunity to the Diplomatic Working Students.

The University’s funding sources come from the support of a number of Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations, Individual Donors, Foundations, Philanthropists, Institutions and Private Corporations.