HEAL-TB significantly strengthened the laboratory network for TB diagnosis and placed more than 250,000 people on treatment.
The United States and the rest of the world have called for all sides to abide by the ceasefire declared on July 11 and allow the security situation to stabilize.
The individuals responsible for these crimes must face prosecution regardless of whether they are private citizens or members of the National Police Service.
General Céléstin Kanyama sanctioned for his role in police violence targeted against DRC civilians, including peaceful protestors.
Zimbabwean communities will be able to construct facilities to improve their health and sanitation thanks to assistance from the United States Agency for International Development
Media freedom has taken a further step back in Zambia, as government authorities ordered the closure of a publishing company.
Four years ago, the United States, Ethiopia and India joined UNICEF to rally the world to save the lives of children under the age of 5.
Press freedom is under attack in Puntland, Somalia.
U.S. is partnering to find durable solutions.
The U.S. has instituted a near-total ban on the domestic commercial trade of African elephant ivory.
In 2015, terrorism continued to bedevil significant portions of the African continent.