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Secretary of State John Kerry speaks at the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief diplomatic reception at the State Department.
The State Department issues a fact sheet on the 2015 African Growth and Opportunity Act Forum in Libreville, Gabon.
Secretary of State John Kerry speaks at a Fulbright University youth event in Hanoi, Vietnam.
The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief has put the promise of an AIDS-free generation within reach.
The director of the Fogarty International Center at the National Institutes of Health commemorates PEPFAR’s successes.
The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), enacted in 2000, allows 39 eligible African countries to export most products duty free to the United State...
The U.S. uses sanctions to alter the behavior of bad actors and tries to minimize any harm to general populations. Learn how sanctions work. Plus internati...
The journey to a U.S. degree is filled with choices. Make smart ones.
Younger consumers and employees demand it. Companies get it. Tackling social issues is part of the bottom line.
Vice President Biden says he and President Obama are determined to address conditions in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras and help those countries on th...
Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker says that if its leaders seize this moment to make economic reforms, “Tunisia can be a model of peace and prosperity n...
Senior Advisor to the Vice President for Western Hemisphere Affairs Juan Gonzalez previews Vice President Biden’s trip to Guatemala March 2-3.
Land-grant universities and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, both founded in 1862, work in communities to put agriculture research into action, to impr...
AGOA is helping to grow economies in sub-Saharan Africa. Take a look at some images demonstrating the impact.
Learn more about how young Africans would address some of the big challenges facing Africa. Do you agree with them? What are your ideas on this topic?
Learn more about the Young African Leaders Initiative and how to apply for the 2015 Mandela Washington Fellowship.
In July 2014, 500 extraordinary young entrepreneurs, public servants and civic activists from across Africa came together for the Mandela Washington Fellow...