This year’s World Health Assembly theme of ensuring health’s place in the next generation of global development goals is one that we in the Americas welcome.
A/S for Population, Refugees and Migration met with Civil Society Groups in Geneva. She reflected on accomplishments in her first year with PRM and highlighted priority areas to focus on in the future.
The U.S. Mission collaborated with ITU on a program to celebrate Girls in ICT Day, which included a series of workshops designed to give girls hands-on experience in programming computers, making films…
The U.S. will continue to play an important role in supporting developing countries. We look to help promote economic growth and development, maintain financial stability and security, and foster trade and investment.
Ambassador King: “The challenges have never been greater, nor our collective efforts more important, to reducing disaster risk.”
The US and Russia have announced an initiative “to bring the Syrian regime and the opposition together in an […]
The United States supports the Syrian people’s aspirations for a Syrian-led political transition to a democratic, inclusive, and unified post-Assad Syria.
Representatives from more than 190 nations convened for the World Health Assembly May 20 with a record of achievement […]
This year’s World Health Assembly theme of ensuring health’s place in the next generation of global development goals is […]
A vaccine that might save the lives of more than 400,000 children each year is producing hopeful results in India.
2013 Special 301 Report The full version of the “301 Special Report” (PDF, 572KB), is available on the Office of [...]
In an annual report on the adequacy of the intellectual property rights protections of U.S. trading partners, the Office […]
Celebrate All That Is Possible: World IP Day 2013 The important role intellectual property plays in innovation and creativity is [...]
About the U.S. Mission
The United States Mission to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva advances U.S. policy on the front lines of multilateral diplomacy at over 100 international organizations in Geneva. U.S. Mission personnel engage daily on issues as diverse as refugee crises, global health, international law, economic development, trade, the environment, arms control and human rights.