USAID's Investments for Health in Democratic Republic of the Congo - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Health spending

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Today, due to crippling poverty and persistent conflict, the DRC has among the lowest levels of human development in the world, according to the United Nations Development Program.

USAID's Health Program in the Democratic Republic of the Congo aims to:

  • Expand access to family planning and reproductive health programs;
  • Support comprehensive HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, and care programs;
  • Reduce the impact and spread of malaria;
  • Reduce maternal and child mortality rates;
  • Improve child health through access to nutrition programs;
  • Improve tuberculosis detection and treatment; and
  • Improve water supply and sanitation.
The DRC Minister of Health, Victor Makwenge Kaput, participated in a USAID-supported launch of a polio vaccination campaign in K

The DRC Minister of Health, Victor Makwenge Kaput, participated in a USAID-supported launch of a polio vaccination campaign in Kinshasa.

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