FHI 360’s work in the United States advances health, safety, education and workforce development for people of all ages, particularly those who are underserved. In collaboration with government agencies, foundations, corporations and community organizations, we design, deliver and evaluate services and solutions to address the nation’s most pressing social problems. Over the past two decades, we have worked with our partners to improve outcomes in HIV and AIDS prevention, obesity prevention, tobacco control, workplace safety, immunizations, early childhood and pre-K through 12 education reform, access to and success in postsecondary education, support for children and young persons with disabilities, workforce development and transition to careers, youth development and engagement, and research and evaluation.
We are committed to working in underserved communities in urban and rural areas to create equitable access to high-quality programs and services. We:
- Collect evidence of effective policies and practices.
- Create research-based programs and communications campaigns.
- Establish local, regional and national partnerships.
- Build capacity to improve programs and bring them to scale.
- Evaluate progress and outcomes.
- Secure resources to sustain effective efforts.
Our staff bring to this work a strong commitment to promoting better health, education and well-being for communities across the country. We combine deep technical and content expertise with rigorous research methodologies, strategic planning, marketing and communication, digital media, professional learning and leadership development, and community-oriented capacity development. We build on proven best practices and tailor solutions to meet unique community needs.
Learn how we’re advancing racial and ethnic equity in the U.S.