Gabon’s Constitutional Court has confirmed that incumbent Ali Bongo has won re-election for President.
The United States is engaged with the Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo [DRC] and its regional partners to encourage political dialogue and movement towards free and fair elections.
The United States is very concerned over the situation in Ethiopia, particularly the instability in the Oromia and Amhara regions.
Political violence has ravaged the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo in recent days.
The U.S. Government and our partners welcome the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission’s investigations into the distribution of food assistance along political party lines
Elephants and other wildlife are better protected thanks to new training for Tanzanian game scouts provided by the United States.
As South Sudan seeks an end to the conflict, organizations must have the freedom to operate unhindered by government intimidation.
The run-up to the elections, as well as the post-election environment, were marred by violence, intimidation, and an environment that tilted the playing field unfairly in favor of the ruling party.
UNICEF has reported on the recruitment of child soldiers since the July 7 outbreak of violence. Both sides are using various methods, including coercion and blackmail, to force parents to surrender their children to them.
The United States, through USAID and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, has provided crucial support to the response to the epidemic of yellow fever.
“As moral leaders in Nigerian society, you have taken a very important step to get at the root of the problem of corruption.”