Healthcare Infrastructure

USTDA activities provide a pathway for emerging markets to increase patient access and improve healthcare delivery. The Agency is deploying new tools and integrating with the full range of healthcare providers to support the application of U.S. technology for diagnosis, treatment and cures for the benefit of emerging market populations.
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USTDA Releases Project Resource Guide for the Indo-Pacific
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Arlington, VA – Today, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency announced the release of its 2021 Indo-Pacific Resource Guide, which provides U.S. exporters an overview…

USTDA Strengthens Food and Medicine Distribution in Ghana
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Arlington, VA – Today, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency announced grant funding for a feasibility study to support the safe distribution of food and…

Acting Director Ebong Leads Presidential Delegation to Zambia
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Arlington, VA – Today, Enoh T. Ebong, Acting Director of the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, led a U.S. Presidential delegation to Zambia that will…

USTDA Supports Healthcare Electrification in Nigeria
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Arlington, VA – The U.S. Trade and Development Agency awarded a grant to Nigeria’s EM-ONE Energy Solutions Limited for a feasibility study that will strengthen…

USTDA, USA Healthcare Alliance Launch New Collaboration
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Arlington, VA – Today, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) and USA Healthcare Alliance (USAHA) launched a new initiative to expand export opportunities for…

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Success Stories
Delegates from Kenya assessing medical technology
Success in Kenya: Modernizing Patient Care by Introducing U.S. Medical Device Solutions

Kenya’s healthcare sector is one of the fastest-growing in all of Africa, however, almost all of the country’s medical devices are imported.  As Kenya continues…

Success in Kenya: Modernizing Patient Care by Introducing U.S. Medical Device Solutions
Jordan Modernizes Healthcare System Utilizing American Technology

In 2009, Jordan launched its first E-Health initiative “Hakeem”, which sought to automate the public healthcare sector through the utilization of modern IT solutions. What…

Jordan Modernizes Healthcare System Utilizing American Technology
Pres Buhari at LUTH EDIT
Advancing Cancer Detection and Treatment in Nigeria

Every year, there are over 115,000 new cancer patients in Nigeria, at least half of whom will need radiotherapy. Last month, H.E. President Muhammadu Buhari,…

Advancing Cancer Detection and Treatment in Nigeria