The U.S. Embassy in Monrovia conducts the official business of the Government of the United States of America in Liberia. This includes negotiating treaties and agreements, exchanging information regarding topics of mutual interest, and helping officials and citizens of the United States better understand the attitudes and interests of Liberians. In addition to working directly with the Government of Liberia on policy and economic issues, the Embassy endeavors to create interest and awareness in U.S. policies, education and cultural opportunities.
The Embassy coordinates American efforts to help Liberians rebuild their country. Since the signing of Liberia’s Peace Agreement in 2003, the United States has provided nearly two billion dollars to help Liberians rebuild.