The U.S. global AIDS relief initiative has helped millions of people since it was created 15 years ago. Meet one of them.
Is your country at risk of "debt-trap diplomacy" — predatory loans that lock countries in a cycle of dependency?
Infectious diseases such as Ebola can spread from remote villages to world capitals in 36 hours. Stopping them early is a U.S. national security priority.
In the midst of a devastating hunger crisis, the regime of Nicolás Maduro has turned government food assistance into a tool to get political support.
A new $2.5 million initiative will help provide food and medical care to hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans who have fled poverty, hunger and tyranny.
The International Organization for Migration, created in 1951 to help Western Europe cope with millions of World War II refugees, today helps 169 nations make the movements of a billion migrants worldwide safe, orderly and dignified.
U.S.-funded cranes sent to the Hudaydah port are helping to get humanitarian supplies to people in need in Yemen.
A U.S.-backed program helps those who lost their sight to Ebola and provides training to help Liberia build a more self-reliant health workforce.
U.S.-Egyptian teamwork is protecting many of Egypt's most historic sites, including the Pyramids and the Great Sphinx, from groundwater and other threats.