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COVID-19 Continues

As infection and death rates continue to climb (283,000 deaths in the U.S. and more than 1.5 million globally), Americares is using every resource to fight the pandemic. And a reminder: The wearing of masks, proper hand washing and social distancing remain the best weapons against infection. They work. So let’s do this.

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With good health, anything is possible

For people affected by poverty or disaster, health is essential to a better future. With good health, they can attend school, be productive at work, care for their families and contribute to strong communities. Poor health puts all of those opportunities at risk. Health is fundamental to all aspects of development.

What We Do

Since our founding in 1979, Americares has delivered more than $17 billion in quality medical aid and innovative health programs to 164 countries, including the U.S.

News to Know

Our donors and partners help our health programs, medicines and supplies reach our neighbors in need in more than 90 countries including the United States each year. Read & share the stories. Sign up below to get periodic updates and alerts.

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Health Crisis at Colombia/Venezuela Border

Americares has set up clinics in towns near the Colombia border or where Venezuelans have settled to meet the critical primary health care needs of migrants fleeing the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and now managing the new threat from COVID-19. Read the latest update on the crisis.