The United States Government supports Field Epidemiology Training Program in Laos.
On April 25th we observe World Malaria Day. It is an occasion to recognize the global effort to effectively control, and eventually eliminate, this devastating disease.
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.
On March 24th each year, nations around the globe observe World Tuberculosis Day, to build public awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis.
On March 22, we observe World Water Day. It is an opportunity to shine a light on the importance of clean water, and take action to counter water-related crises arising around the world.
The U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative and Angola’s leading telecommunication services provider, have entered a partnership agreement to optimize malaria prevention and control efforts.
One million dollars in emergency assistance will support the government of Madagascar’s efforts to manage the plague outbreak.
The United States is working with the Democratic Republic of Congo and Republic of the Congo to better combat the outbreak of deadly disease.
“Ending the epidemic will require mobilization of government, local communities, and private organizations. It will require the resolve of our entire country,” said President Trump.
Since 2012, USAID has trained 13.1 million health workers across the world in how to provide critical healthcare to mothers and children, including the importance of proper nutrition.
Yemen is in the midst of a humanitarian crisis of rare proportions. According to the United Nations, around 17 million people go hungry more often than not, and 21 million are in need of humanitarian aid.
Haitians will get a boost in nutrition thanks to a joint program between United States Agency for International Development, or USAID, and government of Haiti.