Where We Work

USAID's maternal and child survival programs are focused on 25 countries with the highest need, demonstrable commitment to achieving sustainable and efficient program outcomes, and the greatest potential to leverage U.S. government programs and platforms.

USAID's 25 priority countries account for more than 70% of maternal and child deaths.

Afghanistan

Bangladesh

Burma

Democratic Republic of Congo

Ethiopia

Ghana

Haiti

India

Indonesia

Kenya

Liberia

Madagascar

Malawi

Mali

Mozambique

Nepal

Nigeria

Pakistan

Rwanda

Senegal

South Sudan

Tanzania

Uganda

Yemen

Zambia

In addition to supporting work in these 25 priority countries, USAID also provides support to an additional 18 countries to improve maternal and child health outcomes. These smaller investments are intended to play a catalytic role in supporting to fill funding gaps.

Aligning for Impact

There is significant alignment across these countries with other Agency priority countries, including nutritionwater, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH)malaria, HIV/AIDs, as well as reproductive health and family planning.