U.S. government global health action within the Middle East region serves to strengthen public health programs and research initiatives and promote regional support for health priorities. The United States collaborates with government and civil society organizations to improve healthcare interventions at the programming and policy level.
- ACCESS: Call for Abstracts: 7th International Conference on Health Issues in Arab Communities
- OGA: OGA meets with Global Fund’s Middle East and Africa Director and Regional Managers
- OGA: Asst. Sec. Daulaire leads U.S. Delegation to Sixtieth Session of the WHO Regional Committee for the Eastern Mediterranean
- WHO: Polio in the Syrian Arab Republic - Update
- CSIS Video: Global Polio Eradication
- WHO: MERS-CoV Update
- CDC: Field Epidemiology and Training Program
The U.S. government has several health priorities in the Middle East, including emerging and infectious diseases, polio eradication, maternal and child health, non-communicable diseases, and emergency preparedness and response.