On July 24th, PEPFAR issued groundbreaking data showing that the HIV epidemic is coming under control across all age groups in Swaziland.
“We will continue to work with our international and local partners to provide this life-saving aid needed to avert famine and to support communities impacted by these crises.”
“It is important that all stakeholders see youth as partners for peace rather than as the cause of conflict."
The fighting that continues today has led to a collapsing economy, food insecurity, hunger, malnutrition, and imposed unimaginable violence on South Sudanese.
“The refugee situation in Uganda has reached crisis proportions,” said U.S. Ambassador to Uganda Deborah Malac.
The U.S calls on the UN Security Council to hold all governments accountable when they refuse to allow access to help their people in need.
"We applaud the increasing leadership the AU has exercised in contributing to peace operations and battling terrorist and insurgent groups.”
The United States has recently been made aware of new reports of the Congolese government and militias engaging in horrific human rights violations and abuses in the Kasai regions.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has sanctioned François Olenga due to continued efforts to obstruct and delay preparations for a credible and inclusive presidential election.
There has been a spike in violence in one of Africa’s poorest and most war-torn countries, the Central African Republic, known as CAR.
One of the world’s most promising, and in terms of economy, fastest-growing regions, sub-Saharan Africa, is under attack by transnational criminal networks. Corruption is one of their major weapons.
Because women develop a unique perspective on the causes and effects of conflict on the population, the make for valuable peacekeepers.