Secretary Kerry (Sept. 2): "So we have made enormous progress in this fight, and PEPFAR remains the largest commitment of any nation to address a single disease and has become a model, frankly, for treating other diseases, including Ebola, which you don’t hear about now." Full Text»
President Obama visited Kenya and Ethiopia from July 24 - July 28. In addition to being the first sitting U.S. President to visit each of these countries, he also became the first U.S. President to address the African Union. Learn More» Speech» DREAMS»
Data is helping to drive sustainable development. Find out how PEPFAR is using data for transparency, accountability, and impact. Learn More»
Change started at home for Alfred Yeri, who turned his life around and became a community health worker to help those in Mombasa, Kenya living with and at risk for HIV/AIDS. Learn More» Statement from Ambassador Birx»
Each year on Mandela's birthday, July 18, the United Nations calls upon all of us to recognize Nelson Mandela International Day for Freedom, Justice, and Democracy by devoting 67 minutes to helping others. Statement»
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