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.
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.
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.
The global scourge of gender-based violence
Learn more about what the Office of Global Women's Issues is doing to counter a surge of online and physical violence against women.
As variants surge, a global vaccination push
The United States and international partners are continuing to increase COVID-19 vaccination rates in dozens of countries around the world.
How the U.S. fights diseases worldwide
World Immunization Week begins April 24. Learn how the U.S. is helping protect people around the world from numerous diseases.
World Health Day: Making the world safer for everyone
The U.S. and international partners are combating threats to global health, from COVID-19 and other diseases to malnutrition.
Countries push to close COVID-19 vaccination gap
The U.S. and international partners are ramping up efforts to vaccinate people worldwide. Learn about their new COVID-19 Global Action Plan.