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U.S. researchers help advance promising malaria vaccine

A new vaccine is 77% effective against malaria. According to the World Health Organization, the mosquito-borne disease infects 200 million people annually.
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U.S. supports global COVID-19 response efforts

The United States is working with the international community to expand the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines around the world.
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Biden bolsters U.S. support for COVID-19 vaccinations abroad

The United States is joining COVAX, a global effort to ensure all countries have access to COVID-19 vaccines. Learn more about U.S. vaccination efforts.
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Biden prioritizes U.S. support for global COVID-19 response

The Biden administration is taking strong action to combat COVID-19 around the world and reestablish the United States as a global leader in public health.
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U.S. reaffirms partnership with World Health Organization

President Biden is immediately restoring U.S. ties with the World Health Organization, part of broader efforts to end the COVID-19 pandemic.
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China’s manipulation of international organizations

Chinese Communist Party officials subvert international organizations to support the party's priorities and evade criticism for China's human rights abuses.
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U.S. is the world’s largest donor to global public health

America leads the world in foreign aid for public health. Learn how it is holding an international organization that distributes that funding accountable.
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America’s Fortune 500 take on COVID-19

These large U.S. companies are donating hundreds of millions of dollars to help coronavirus relief efforts around the world.
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U.S. leadership on global health is unmatched

Learn how the U.S. government has spent the last four decades responding to international pandemics and supporting people in the affected countries.