In developing countries, a government’s investment in the health and well-being of its citizens is key to generating prosperity and progress.
Health care workers in Namibia will be better protected thanks to training provided with U.S. assistance.
The Partnership for Research on Ebola Virus in Liberia, known as PREVAIL, announced this month the expansion of the Ebola vaccine study at Redemption Hospital in Monrovia.
“We remain committed to providing humanitarian assistance around the world as both a moral imperative and as a direct benefit to the well-being of the United States.”
The UN Security Council adopted a resolution extending the mandate of MONUSCO, the UN peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, for another year.
Over the past several months, working through USAID and its partners, the U.S. government has accelerated assistance to Somalia, providing food and malnutrition treatment, ensuring drinking water is safe, and improving sanitation and hygiene.
The United States recently honored thirteen exceptional women from around the globe for their perseverance and leadership in helping promote justice in their communities.
Landmines and unexploded munitions have rendered millions of hectares of land unusable.
The Millennium Challenge Corporation funded rehabilitation of the plant expands water and sanitation services to low-income residents.
U.S. Ambassador to Rwanda Erica Barks-Ruggles honored three Rwandan women at her residence to celebrate Women’s History Month.
On March 24th each year, nations around the globe observe World Tuberculosis Day, to build public awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis.
To focus attention on the importance of clean water and to advocate for the sustainable management of fresh water resources, on March 22nd of every year we observe International World Water Day.