See the many ways that the U.S. government, businesses and private citizens are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic around the world.
The United States' long-standing support for global vaccine networks has helped build capacity for distributing a future COVID-19 vaccine.
Vaccines work by training the immune system to recognize and fight pathogens. Scientists are exploring new approaches for the novel coronavirus.
The United States is working with India and Bangladesh to promote a free and open Indo-Pacific and fight the new coronavirus.
More than 168 million people need humanitarian assistance and protection. Together, we can ensure the most vulnerable people receive the aid they need.
Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo urges religious leaders to defend those who are forbidden from practicing their faith by authoritarian regimes.
During the pandemic, when it’s important to think about other people’s perspectives, Americans are reading more translated books.
In his address to the United Nations, President Trump proclaimed the world would beat the COVID-19 pandemic and emerge stronger than before.
The United States has a long history of developing vaccines and providing humanitarian assistance to fight infectious diseases worldwide.