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Visit Forms to find the form you need and begin the process of completing and submitting your passport application. If you are unsure which form you need, the Passport Wizard can guide you to the correct form.
Processing times vary depending on demand. If you are traveling within the next two weeks, please see the Emergency Passports section.
Passport services are not available on weekends or on Ivoirian or U.S. holidays.
Need assistance? Contact us through our U.S. Citizen Services Navigator.
The DS-3053 is the Statement of Consent for Issuing a Passport to a Child and the DS-5525 is the Statement of Special Family Circumstances.
Renew an existing passport issued to you when you were aged 16 or older.
Report a passport lost or stolen and replace it.
You must provide one photo on a white background with your passport application. Our photo policies apply to adults and children. We have a few exceptions to our photo policies for infants.
If you are an American citizen with an after-hours emergency, such as the hospitalization, arrest, or death of an American citizen, please call (+225) 27 22 49 4000 within Côte d’Ivoire. NOTE: A lost, stolen, or expired passport can only be replaced during normal business hours and does not constitute an after-hours emergency. Please email ABJAmcit@state.gov with a copy of your travel itinerary if you need an emergency passport.
Special Issuance Passports
Visit the SIA Web Page – Only accessible by government device. Contact your military acceptance facility.
PEPFAR is the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, the U.S. Government initiative to help save and improve the lives of those suffering from or at risk of contracting HIV/AIDS around the world. PEPFAR is the largest commitment by any nation in history to combat a single disease internationally, and its investments also help build strong health systems to prevent and alleviate suffering from other diseases. PEPFAR is driven by a shared responsibility among donor and partner nations to make smart investments to save and improve lives.
With U.S. leadership and support, tremendous progress has been made in the fight against global AIDS. As of September 2012, PEPFAR had directly supported life-saving antiretroviral treatment for more than 5.1 million men, women, and children, up from 1.7 million in 2008 – a three-fold increase in only four years. PEPFAR directly supported more than 15 million people with care and support programs last year, including more than 6 million orphans and vulnerable children. PEPFAR’s efforts to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission last year allowed 230,000 babies of HIV-positive mothers to be born HIV-free. For more information about PEPFAR efforts around the world, please visit www.PEPFAR.gov, http://twitter.com/PEPFAR, or www.facebook.com/PEPFAR.
During its first five years (2004-2008), PEPFAR concentrated most of its resources on 15 “focus” countries: Côte d’Ivoire, Botswana, Ethiopia, Guyana, Haiti, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam, and Zambia. During Phase 2 (2009-2013), PEPFAR is working in more than 100 countries around the world, with an emphasis on high-prevalence, low-resource countries where external funding can make a significant impact.
In Côte d’Ivoire, PEPFAR has invested more than $900 million since 2004. PEPFAR is by far the largest donor to the Ivoirian HIV/AIDS response.
In addition to providing about 75% of external HIV/AIDS funding through PEPFAR, the U.S. government provides one-third of the funding contributed by the second-largest donor, the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria (GFATM). Other donors include the United Nations (UNAIDS, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, UNFPA, etc.), the French Development Agency (AFD), and the European Union. The Government of Côte d’Ivoire funds the Ministry of Health and AIDS (MSLS) and other ministries, including personnel and overhead costs at public health facilities, where HIV/AIDS services are integrated into a “national package” of regular health services. Under MSLS leadership, PEPFAR collaborates with all donors to avoid duplication, fill gaps, and maximize synergies.
PEPFAR funds are used to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS, to improve the lives of adults and children living with or affected by HIV, and to build strong systems to support sustainable national responses to the HIV/AIDS pandemic. To achieve its objectives, PEPFAR funds support activities in the following program areas: prevention of sexual transmission and mother-to-child transmission of HIV, HIV testing and counseling, blood safety, injection safety, management of medical waste, adult and pediatric care and treatment of HIV and of HIV/TB co-infection, care and support for orphans and vulnerable children, procurement of medications and commodities, and strengthening of laboratory, strategic information, and other health systems.
The PEPFAR team in Côte d’Ivoire is led by the U.S. Ambassador. Most funds are administered by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), with smaller projects administered by the Department of Defense (DoD), Department of State (DoS), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), and National Institutes of Health (NIH).
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