Asia and Pacific
The Office of Global Affairs works with U.S. Government agencies and with colleagues in Asian countries such as China and India to improve health at the program level and at the policy-making level. Collaboration also includes research grants and information sharing.
- Secretary Sebelius Meets with China’s Vice Premier Liu Yandong
- Assistant Secretary Nils Daulaire Leads U.S. Delegation to Sixty-fourth Session of the WHO Regional Committee for the Western Pacific
- Asst. Sec. Daulaire Meets with Japan’s Vice Minister of Health, Labour, and Welfare
- Korean Representatives Meet with HHS Senior Leadership
- Secretary Sebelius Visits Southeast Asia: Global Health Security, HIV/AIDS and Non-Communicable Diseases Take Center Stage
- China-US Smoke-free Workplaces Launch
- China-US Smoke-free Workplaces Initiative Press Release
- China-US Smoke-free Workplaces Joint Statement
The U.S. government has many agreements with the Chinese government for collaboration on global health. HHS operating divisions such as CDC, FDA, and NIH are also very active in fulfilling their missions through working with the Chinese in areas such as food safety and controlling diseases.
The benefits from HHS collaborations with India are visible today in many parts of the country, in the form of thousands of Indian scientists trained in the United States, dozens of collaborative programs, and numerous personal and institutional relationships.
Here are highlights of some global health work in countries in the Asia Pacific region.
Contact OGA Asia and the Pacific Office
Office of Global Affairs
Asia and the Pacific
330 C Street, SW
Washington, D.C. 20201
Phone: (202) 690-6174, (202) 260-0399
Fax: (202) 690-7127
Department of State Country Information
- East Asian and North Pacific Countries
- South and Central Asian Countries
- U.S. Embassies, Consulates, and Diplomatic Missions in East Asia and the North Pacific
- U.S. Embassies, Consulates, and Diplomatic Missions in Central and South Asia
- Background Notes