The HIV/AIDS fight’s far-reaching benefits for global health
PEPFAR's strengthening of health care systems to combat HIV/AIDS has brought a host of other benefits for public health. Find out how.
Why the United States supports the World Health Organization
Multilateralism and the WHO are essential for stronger global health capacity and security. Learn why the U.S. champions this approach.
How the U.S. and its partners support mental health
Mental health concerns increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how the U.S. works with partners to assist people around the world.
Delivering safer childbirth in India
Learn how USAID’s partnership with the government of India transformed labor and delivery rooms for safer childbirth.
Vaccines advance the fight against malaria
Child deaths from malaria have fallen 10% in parts of Africa where a new vaccine is used. Learn more about recent successes against malaria.
Lending medical support to Ukraine
Learn how people across the U.S. are supplying Ukraine with medical supplies or expertise to aid the nation's recovery efforts.
Fighting tropical diseases in the Pacific Islands
The U.S. Agency for International Development partners with Pacific Island nations to tackle several long-neglected diseases.
A global partnership’s ‘impressive’ progress combating COVID-19
Through the COVID-19 Global Action Plan, dozens of nations and other partners collaborated to increase vaccinations, testing and treatment.
At Solomon Islands, U.S. hospital ship provides care, boosts preparedness
The USNS Mercy treated thousands of Solomon Islanders on its first trip to the country during a 2022 humanitarian exercise.