Health resources represent more than 80 percent of USAID development assistance in Guinea. These resources improve the performance of the health system leading to better utilization of health services by Guinean citizens. Interventions target women, children under five years old, and girls, with the objective to reduce maternal, newborn and child morbidity and mortality in alignment with host government strategic objectives and goals. In close partnership with government institutions, NGOs, and civil society, USAID supports service delivery in health facilities and the surrounding communities in the regions of Boké, Conakry, Faranah, Kankan, Kindia, Labé, and Mamou benefiting approximately 80 percent of Guinean population. Guinea is a President’s Malaria Initiative country as well as a focus country for the Global Health Security Agenda.