In Nepal, FHI 360 is working to improve the lives of the country’s most at-risk populations in sustainable ways. We develop programs grounded in rigorous research, providing solutions to the country’s human development challenges. We coordinate and align with the priorities of the Government of Nepal’s Ministry of Health and Population — collaborating closely with the Government, civil society organizations and communities — to build partner capacity and to support evidence-based decision making, policies, resource allocation and health programs. In hard-to-reach rural areas of Nepal, we are implementing cutting-edge social marketing programs, community-based interventions and innovative tactics aimed at increasing availability and accessibility of services related to family planning and HIV prevention.
FHI 360 has pioneered HIV programs in Nepal and implemented major HIV and AIDS programs, primarily through support from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). In addition, we have successfully carried out initiatives to support the Government’s national drive to identify and manage tuberculosis cases. The ongoing Saath-Saath Project is also successfully integrating family planning services into HIV programming, a landmark initiative of program integration for Nepal.
These successes have established FHI 360 as a leading human development organization that provides technical support to the Government of Nepal to increase quality and standardize services to those who need it most.