World Refugee Day is an occasion to highlight the plight of refugees around the world, commend their resilience, and express gratitude to their hosts.
Ghana and Nepal, have succeeded in eliminating Trachoma as a public health problem.
As much as 40 per cent of the world’s oceans are heavily affected by human activities that result in pollution, over-fishing, and loss of coastal habitats.
World Hunger Day is an effort to focus attention on the fact that some 21,000 people die every day from hunger or malnutrition.
On the last Monday in May, Americans honor those who have fallen in defense of the country and of its ideals.
The USAID Trade and Investment Hubs, located in Ghana, South Africa and Kenya, assist, enhance and broaden the flow of trade between the United States and Africa.
Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that returning children to school as quickly as possible was the Iraqi Government’s top priority.
The United States is committed to maintaining its long-standing position as a global leader on humanitarian issues.
70 years ago this month, the United States implemented the European Recovery Program, better known as the Marshall Plan, in an effort to stabilize war-shattered Europe, and help it restore its industrial and agricultural production.
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.-UN partnership in supporting the Iraqi government’s efforts to help its most vulnerable people return home following the liberation of their territory from ISIS.
U.S. Ambassador to Rwanda Erica J. Barks-Ruggles visited Ruvugizo Village in Kinazi sector in Huye this month to promote U.S. government-funded activities to combat malnutrition.