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  1. The U.S. Government’s Global Health Architecture • The White House • HHSOffice of the SecretaryOGA, ASH, ASPR • USAIDGlobal Health Bureau andOther Functional & Regional Bureaus • StateOffice of the SecretaryOGAC, GHD, OES, PRM, IO, GWIAmbassadors • C • O • N • G • R • E • S • S • Feed the Future • PEPFAR • PMI • CDC • Defense • USAIDNTD Program • MCC • NIH • USDA • Peace Corps • FDA • Treasury • EPA • HRSA • Labor • DEPARTMENT • Commerce KEY PROGRAM AREAS HIV/AIDS Malaria TB NTDs FP/RH Maternal Health Child Health Nutrition WASH HSS • INDEPENDENTAGENCY • KEY • HomelandSecurity • DEPARTMENTOPERATING UNIT • MULTI-AGENCYINITIATIVE NOTES: USAID: U.S. Agency for International Development; State: Department of State; OGAC: Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator; GHD: Office of Global Health Diplomacy; OES: Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs; PRM: Population, Refugees, and Migration; IO: International Organizations; GWI: Global Women’s Issues; HHS: Department of Health and Human Services; OGA: Office of Global Affairs; ASH: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health; ASPR: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response; PMI: President’s Malaria Initiative; NTD: Neglected Tropical Diseases; PEPFAR: President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief; MCC: Millennium Challenge Corporation; EPA: Environmental Protection Agency; Defense: Department of Defense; USDA: U.S. Department of Agriculture; Treasury: Department of the Treasury; Labor: Department of Labor; Commerce: Department of Commerce; Homeland Security: Department of Homeland Security; CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; NIH: National Institutes of Health; FDA: Food & Drug Administration; HRSA: Health Resources and Services Administration; HIV/AIDS: Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; TB: Tuberculosis; FP/RH: Family Planning/Reproductive Health; WASH: Clean Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; HSS: Health Systems Strengthening.SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis.