Article Type: Feature

  • Putting HIV services within reach

    FHI 360 researches and applies the latest scientific breakthroughs to develop bold solutions and achieve measurable results in response to the global AIDS crisis. While the global health community has made great strides toward HIV epidemic control, AIDS claimed a life every minute in 2022, according to a recent UNAIDS report. Progress against the disease…

  • Local leaders rise to new heights with FHI 360’s support

    For two decades, FHI 360 has worked to support the government of Mozambique to address issues related to HIV. In March 2023, after years of laying the groundwork, FHI 360 supported the transition of two major projects to local organizations, recognizing that sustainable change requires putting local leadership and priorities first. The three organizations previously…

  • Connecting people to lifesaving support: FHI 360’s humanitarian response in northern Mozambique

    When people flee their homes, there’s no time to waste. From 2021 to 2023, FHI 360’s Integrated Response to Affected Mozambique Populations (IRAMP) project helped address the humanitarian crisis in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province by providing services for protection, health, water and sanitation, and nutrition. The project’s activities assisted people who had lost their homes…

  • How to save mothers and newborns from preventable deaths

    All people deserve equal access to high-quality, person-centered maternal and newborn health services. But mothers and newborns are dying from preventable causes every day in countries around the world. FHI 360 operates at all levels of health systems, in collaboration with local partners and ministries of health, to create lasting changes that will help mothers…

  • In Mozambique, FHI 360 puts maternal and newborn health care within reach

    In Mozambique, maternal and newborn mortality are high. The safety of women and babies depends on health care workers’ ability to carefully monitor them, detect problems quickly and intervene properly. And women and babies must be able to access quality health care in the months and years after birth, too. FHI 360’s Alcançar: Achieving Quality…

  • Meet the women driving electric public transit vehicles in Kathmandu

    In Kathmandu, Nepal, air pollution levels are more than 10 times higher than what is recommended by the World Health Organization, putting the city’s more than 1.4 million residents at risk for severe health complications. In response, through the USAID Clean Air activity, the U.S. Agency for International Development and FHI 360, in partnership with…

  • The power of women’s voices in Chad

    For years, Chad has had one of the highest levels of gender inequality in the world. Challenges in the Sahel region — such as climate change, food insecurity, poverty, political instability, violent extremism, and conflict — can exacerbate inequality. Globally, there was a 30% increase in gender-based violence reported during the COVID-19 pandemic, and Chad…

  • Partnering with the private sector to vaccinate for COVID-19 along work commutes

    Imagine this: It’s a weekday morning. You head to the train station to get to work. But before you board the train, you come across a team of health care workers offering COVID-19 vaccinations right there in the station. COVID-19 cases are rising, and getting vaccinated here at the station means you won’t need to…

  • A look inside Nigeria’s lifesaving cholera treatment units

    By 8 a.m., as many as a dozen patients were already waiting to see a doctor at FHI 360’s cholera treatment unit in Borno State, Nigeria. In September 2022, the country was hit by its worst cholera outbreak since 2017. With the upcoming rainy season, which has worsened over time due to global climate change,…