The U.S. government is proud to partner with government, international organizations, and NGOs like IRC to support Ethiopia as it hosts the largest population of refugees in Africa.
The goal is to connect future leaders with each other, with the United States, and to resources and to networks that can help them flourish as leaders in business, government, and civil society.
The Sudan Call alliance of opposition groups has signed a peace Roadmap.
Groups including al-Shabaab, Boko Haram, al-Qai’da in the Maghreb, and the LRA—the Lord’s Resistance Army--threaten Africa’s every achievement and aspiration.
In Nigeria, the U.S. Agency for International Development, or USAID, has launched two new partnerships with local agribusinesses Babban Gona and Hello Tractor.
Training program aims to implement innovation globally.
Multinational efforts have produced important gains in recent months, including freeing thousands of hostages, destroying dozens of terrorist camps, and recovering around 75 percent of the territory Boko Haram once controlled.
The United States announced an additional $127 million, bringing the total the United States has provided to the region to over $300 million in humanitarian aid.
Lesotho has the second highest HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in the world.Nearly 23 percent of the population is living with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
U.S. working closely with Ethiopia to meet 90-90-90 targets.
U.S. announces nearly $27 million in new humanitarian assistance to support those affected by Boko Haram violence.