World Immunization Week begins April 24. Learn how the U.S. is helping protect people around the world from numerous diseases.
The U.S. and international partners are combating threats to global health, from COVID-19 and other diseases to malnutrition.
The U.S. and international partners are ramping up efforts to vaccinate people worldwide. Learn about their new COVID-19 Global Action Plan.
In 2021, the U.S. provided vaccines, medical equipment, training and more to help countries fight COVID-19. Learn more about those efforts.
The WHO has recommended a malaria vaccine called RTS,S for widespread use. Learn the role the U.S. played in this "historic moment."
By acknowledging their own mental health battles, athletes are raising awareness of conditions that affect millions worldwide.
The U.S. already donates more COVID-19 vaccine doses than all other countries combined and will be donating an additional 500 million doses.
A new vaccine is 77% effective against malaria. According to the World Health Organization, the mosquito-borne disease infects 200 million people annually.
The United States is working with the international community to expand the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines around the world.