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  • Open call for an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and Israel to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe and further loss of innocent lives

    We have witnessed unfathomable death and destruction in the Gaza Strip and Israel. Thousands of people have been killed, injured, displaced, and nearly two hundred remain held hostage, including children and elderly. In Gaza, the UN has said that water, food, fuel, medical supplies, and even body bags, are running out due to the siege.…

  • Child malnutrition rises 160% in northeastern Nigeria

    More than half a million people in the Nigerian states of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe are experiencing alarmingly high rates of acute malnutrition. Compared to last year at this time, there has been a 160% increase in the number of children admitted to FHI 360 facilities for treatment of moderate and severe wasting, which represents…

  • FHI 360 selected to lead the implementation of USAID’s ELEVATE Nutrition project

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — FHI 360 has been selected as the lead agency to implement the ELEVATE Nutrition (Enhancing Local Efforts for Vital, Transformative, and Evidence-Based Nutrition) project, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The five-year cooperative agreement of up to US$99.5 million aims to advance local implementation of high-quality nutrition programs and…

  • FHI Solutions joins FHI 360 to ramp up efforts to end undernutrition

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — To advance efforts to fight undernutrition, FHI Solutions, an organization with a long history of improving nutrition outcomes in communities around the world, will become a part of its parent company, FHI 360, on October 1, 2023. “The world has reached a critical moment in the fight against global hunger and undernutrition,”…

  • FHI 360 appoints Annette N. Brown as Chief Strategy and Evidence Officer

    DURHAM, N.C. — FHI 360 has named Annette N. Brown, PhD, to the newly created position of chief strategy and evidence officer. She will continue to oversee the organization’s strategy, innovation and evidence office, which leads strategy development and supports FHI 360 as a data-driven learning organization. “As displacement, impoverishment and conflict increase around the…

  • FHI Partners joins FHI 360

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — FHI Partners, which for five years has worked with corporations and foundations in expanding their social impact within the United States and around the world, is now officially a part of its parent organization, FHI 360. The integration of the wholly owned subsidiary was effective Oct. 1, 2023. “More and more for-profit…

  • 65+NGOS oppose cuts to humanitarian and foreign assistance in FY24 House spending bill

    As Members and partners of InterAction, the largest alliance of U.S.-based NGOs championing humanitarian, health, development, and democracy programs, we are gravely concerned with the proposed funding cuts for humanitarian and foreign assistance programs in H.R. 4665, the Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act of 2024 and H.R. 4368, the Agriculture,…

  • FHI 360 appoints Useetha Evans Rhodes as Chief People Officer

    Durham, N.C. — Following a months-long nationwide search, FHI 360 has named Useetha Evans Rhodes as its chief people officer. In this position, she oversees a global human resources structure in support of the organization’s more than 4,000 employees in over 60 countries. She is also a leading partner in FHI 360’s efforts to advance…

  • FHI 360’s board of directors welcomes Geremie Sawadogo and Penny Abeywardena

    DURHAM, N.C. — FHI 360 is pleased to welcome Geremie Sawadogo, PhD, and Penny Abeywardena to its board of directors. “Geremie and Penny are two exceptional additions to the FHI 360 Board of Directors,” says Dr. Tessie San Martin, CEO of FHI 360. “The greatest challenges of our time, including impoverishment, displacement and illness are…

  • Joint Statement in Response to Missile Strikes on Chernihiv

    Humanitarian organizations operating in Ukraine extend our deepest condolences to a valued partner, R2P. We were deeply saddened to learn of the tragic loss of your colleague, a humanitarian worker and father of four, in the recent missile strike on Chernihiv on the 19th of August. Our thoughts are with his family, friends and all…