Responding to global health emergency situations such as pandemic outbreaks or natural disasters requires organization and collaboration
The Exchange Visitor Program allows selected applicants to waive foreign residency requirement when research is performed in a priority area or in fields where health care services are in short supply
An integrated approach to unify the United States government’s activities in fighting communicable diseases and supporting international health advances.
HHS partners with the World Health Organization, the Pan American Health Organization, and others to accomplish global health goals
The Global Health Strategy identifies the goals and objectives that contribute to achieving HHS's global health vision of a healthier, safer world
OGA’s Multilateral Affairs branch promotes United States positions, policies, and priorities through direct engagement with multilateral bodies (the United Nations as well as organizations designed to coordinate national policies in groups of three or more states).
The vision of the One Health initiative is dedicated to improving the lives of all species—human and animal—through the integration of human medicine, veterinary medicine and environmental science
Launched by President Bush in 2003, the Presidents Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) is the single largest global response to a disease