World Immunization Week begins April 24. Learn how the U.S. is helping protect people around the world from numerous diseases.
The U.S. Department of State honors eight U.S. diplomats who worked tirelessly to stop the spread of Ebola in West Africa in 2014-2015.
Vaccines against infectious diseases save millions of lives. See how U.S. innovators are contributing to global efforts to stop COVID-19 and other diseases.
The United States leads in fighting diseases worldwide. Learn more about how the United States and its partners are tackling COVID-19 and other diseases.
Learn how the U.S. military has deployed its resources throughout its history to help the rest of the world fight off global pandemics.
The United States is adding to its donations to fight COVID-19 worldwide. See how America's aid helps stop virus outbreaks around the world.
Learn how the U.S. government has spent the last four decades responding to international pandemics and supporting people in the affected countries.
Find out how USAID and World Vision helped ensure the Ebola virus did not spread when the first case was confirmed in Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The European Commission has approved a U.S. company's first-ever Ebola vaccine, boosting efforts to fight the deadly virus.