Explore FHI 360

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  • Past Project
    The Rwanda Mentorship Community of Practice (MCOP) initiative, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development, aims to strengthen the quality of basic education and to support teacher professional development across Rwanda. The overall...
  • Past Project
    Commissioned by UNESCO, FHI 360 studied school report card initiatives in 14 countries to determine how this information can improve transparency and accountability in education systems.
  • Past Project
    In 2009, with funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), PROGRESS began developing the Mobile for Reproductive Health (m4RH) project, which has generated a set of text messages on family planning methods that users can...
  • Past Project
    The rapid expansion of basic education in Rwanda has strained the delivery of quality education while increasing the demand for effective teachers. The shift to instruction in English has also resulted in an urgent need to improve the English-...
  • Past Project
    FHI 360’s PROGRESS project convened technical leadership meetings to provide information on its activities, working with partners to provide leadership within the family planning field. As it approached the end of its five-year award, PROGRESS...
  • Project
    The growing use of mobile phones and text messaging in developing countries prompted FHI 360 to develop and begin testing innovative ways to use this technology to improve family planning services under the PROGRESS award.
  • Project
    Global Mobile Health Community of Practice
  • Project
    Presentations How Are Young People Accessing FP Information on Their Mobile Phones? (PDF, 630 KB) Statistics from Mobile for Reproductive Health (m4RH) in Tanzania m4RH Kenya: Results from Pilot Study (PDF, 1.3 MB)
  • Project
    As new contraceptive methods are developed, a better understanding of whether they are acceptable to users and providers and whether their introduction would be feasible is needed. In addition, many existing methods of contraception are...
  • Past Project
    Many women in the extended postpartum period — the year following a birth — want to delay or avoid future pregnancies but are not using a modern contraceptive method. Meeting the family planning needs of these women can help ensure healthy timing...