The U.S. Agency for International Development recently announced additional assistance to Nigeria for development and AIDS relief.
New data was released at the July 2018, International AIDS Conference demonstrating the HIV epidemic is coming under control in Namibia.
As part of its efforts to combat HIV, the United States intends to provide up to $90 million to build secondary schools across Malawi and additional funding to provide youth friendly health services.
The United States is in the midst of its most severe drug epidemic since the 1980s.
With support from United States Government through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Sierra Leone has launched an Ebola Database Family Reunification program.
USAID helped fund primary health care center in Nepal.
A very small amount of synthetic opioids goes a very long way, so overdosing on these substances is quite frequent.
U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar announced that the U.S. Agency for International Development will contribute up to 7 million dollars at this stage to combat the Ebola outbreak in the DRC.
The United States is committed to helping partner countries stop the spread of Tuberculosis, or TB, and eventually eliminate this scourge.
May marks the 15th anniversary of one of the United States’ most important and successful initiatives—the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief, universally known as PEPFAR.
World Hunger Day is an effort to focus attention on the fact that some 21,000 people die every day from hunger or malnutrition.
The United States Government supports Field Epidemiology Training Program in Laos.