FHI 360 has been working in India for almost two decades and is well recognized in the country today for its technical excellence, robust research and evidence-based integrated programming.
FHI 360’s technical areas of focus in India encompass a range of public health priorities, including HIV and AIDS; family planning and reproductive health; maternal and child health; health systems strengthening; integrated health and development; and infectious diseases, including tuberculosis and malaria. Our portfolio in India includes diverse projects that span across technical assistance, research and implementation. We collaborate with more than 150 partners, including government at national and state levels; nongovernmental, community- and faith-based organizations; research agencies; and other public and private international and local development partners. Our diversified donor base includes the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, U.S. Agency for International Development, U.S. Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention and the U.K. Department for International Development (DFID).
In the decade ahead, FHI 360 will continue to lead in public health and human development in India, focusing on building evidence, systems and capacities to improve the lives of underserved populations. As we mobilize strong partnerships, our goal is to make a strategic and meaningful contribution toward the Government of India’s efforts to meet the Millennium Development Goals and Five Year National Plans. We will also continue to expand our work in areas such as education, nutrition and noncommunicable diseases — with an emphasis on integrating a gender perspective into our work.