African Diplomatic Corps

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The African Diplomatic Corps (ADC) is a body consisting of the 53 ambassadors to the United States that represent African countries.[1] The goal of ADC is to lobby United States politicians and educate diplomats, educators, policy analysts, and the media about current events in Africa.[2] The ADC founded "Africa Week" in Washington, D.C. and the Corps' current leader is Roble Olhaye, ambassador of Djibouti.[3]

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