An international team of scientists may have found a way to turn modified rice seeds into a weapon against HIV/AIDS.
Clothing company PVH has added Ethiopia to its supply chain in a big way with an environmentally friendly industrial park employing thousands of women.
A U.S.-funded project aims to avert the water crisis in Ulaanbaatar and make Mongolia a model for recycling wastewater.
One in 9 people suffers hunger, but hundreds of millions more face malnutrition. For children, the consequences can be devastating. The 2018 World Food Prize honors two nutrition champions.
Scientists agree genetically engineered foods are safe to eat and help feed a growing world. Learn more about them.
U.S. taxpayers and pharmaceutical companies are leading the way in curbing tropical diseases such as blinding trachoma. The threat has been eliminated in Ghana and Nepal.
"Music Time in Africa," the Voice of America's longest-running show in English, brings African music new and old each week to millions of listeners on the continent and around the globe.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says a free and open Indo-Pacific is vital to prosperity in the region and international peace efforts, and U.S. businesses have an important role to play.
A tool from the World Health Organization helps countries assess their preparedness to stop epidemics. Now a color-coded map is making it easy to tell which countries are getting the job done.