When the public square of the Wazir Khan Mosque — a symbol of Pakistan's cultural heritage — needed restoration, a U.S.-funded program came to the rescue.
The U.S. pledges an additional $10 million to help ensure the safety of future generations living in the area affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
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.
A $155 million aid package will provide supplies and educational materials for about 10 million Iraqis needing help.
Americans gave $373.25 billion to charities and nonprofits in 2015, with a 17.4 percent rise in giving to international affairs organizations.
The U.S. has supplied nearly $5.6 billion for humanitarian efforts in support of Syrian refugees in the form of food and medical care.
U.S. commitment to Nepal earthquake relief is up to nearly $26 million, providing emergency shelter, medical supplies, safe drinking water and sanitation.
U.S.-funded cranes sent to the Hudaydah port are helping to get humanitarian supplies to people in need in Yemen.