Over the past 15 years, the U.S. government, through PEPFAR, has not only saved and improved millions of lives, but also transformed the global HIV/AIDS response.
The Central African Republic, or C.A.R., is one of the world’s most fragile countries.
At this year's Women of Courage Awards, the U.S. Department of State recognized 10 extraordinary women who courageously fight for their beliefs.
AGOA provides 40 eligible Sub-Saharan Africa countries in 2018 the ability to export more than 6,500 different types of products into the United States duty-free.
April 4th is the United Nations’ International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action.
The United States Department of Commerce has imposed licensing requirements on 15 of South Sudan's oil-linked entities whose revenues have contributed to the ongoing crisis in South Sudan.
As many as one in three girls, their first sexual experience is forced or coerced, which also places them at an elevated risk for HIV infection.
Combating wildlife trafficking is a priority for the United States.
Côte d’Ivoire’s Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene hosted its inaugural meeting on the direction of the first nationwide study on the impact of HIV, which has involved more than 20,000 individuals.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo, or DRC, is in the midst of one of the largest and most serious humanitarian crises in the world. About 4.5 million people have been displaced by violence and 13.1 million need humanitarian assistance.
Angola is one of the world’s most heavily mined countries.
On March 24th each year, nations around the globe observe World Tuberculosis Day, to build public awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis.