African Diplomatic Corps
The African Diplomatic Corps (ADC) is a body consisting of the 53 ambassadors to the United States that represent African countries. The goal of ADC is to lobby United States politicians and educate diplomats, educators, policy analysts, and the media about current events in Africa. The ADC founded "Africa Week" in Washington, D.C. and the Corps' current leader is Roble Olhaye, ambassador of Djibouti.
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