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To meet the many health needs in Africa, the U.S. collaborates with partners from multilateral organizations, country governments and nongovernmental organizations


Read about U.S.–México border health and how programs reach countries in the Americas

Asia and Pacific

Due to their size and extensive trade with the U.S, HHS has established an expanded presence in China and India to collaborate on consumer product safety and other issues

Europe and Eurasia

The United States Government builds bilateral partnerships with countries in the Europe and Eurasia region, and through international organizations such as the OECD, G7 and more

Middle East

Priorities in working on Middle East health issues include maternal and child health, and building health capacity through the training and retention of healthcare workers