20 years of aid: America’s ongoing support for Africa’s public health [video]

Over the past 20 years, the United States has invested more than $100 billion in the health of sub-Saharan African nations.

This makes the United States the largest donor in the world to sub-Saharan Africa and a leading partner in fighting COVID-19.

The U.S. has already donated more than a quarter of a billion dollars in equipment, training and education to help countries defeat the coronavirus and will continue to partner with Africa to help recover from the virus.

This article was originally published July 15, 2020.