Health workers raise awareness about the risk of TB.
Mentoring programs help children live with HIV.
Educational opportunity increases children’s future potential.
Groups of students participating in a team exercise at the science expo
USAID Supports South Africa on World TB Day - "How Will I Know" campaign
About South Africa
Almost two decades after the end of apartheid, the South African Government continues to uphold the rights of its citizens and to invest heavily in the wellbeing of its people. South Africa plays a key economic and political role on the continent, but faces many challenges, including unemployment, HIV/AIDS, crime and corruption. USAID programs seek to strengthen small- and medium-sized enterprises, create employment, improve learning and job skills, promote basic education, combat gender-based violence, and promote HIV/AIDS care, prevention and treatment. South Africa and the United States share development objectives throughout the African continent. USAID supports various South African development initiatives in other countries through its trilateral assistance program.
Last updated: May 22, 2015