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  • Practice Area
    There are more than 1.5 billion young people ages 12–24 in the world today, and their hopes are the challenges of human development.
  • Publication
    This fact sheet presents methodologies and tools that FHI 360 has developed in working with civil society actors to better understand, prevent and counter violent extremism in their communities.
  • Event
    FHI 360 is hosting a participatory discussion on preventing violent extremism on June 6, 2018, in the FHI 360 Conference Center in Washington, DC.
  • Feature
    The DREAMS Innovation Challenge inspires one young woman in Malawi to pursue her education and dream about a future as an engineer.
  • Feature
    USAID Ghana Partnership for Education: Learning created new materials in 11 Ghanaian languages to improve teacher training and pupils’ reading ability.
  • Video
    Bryanna Millis and Tommy Galloway of FHI 360, along with two young entrepreneurs, explain how entrepreneurship – and entrepreneurial thinking and creativity – can create employment opportunities for young people and drive economic growth...
  • Feature
    Beatrice, a young woman from Gulu in northern Uganda, obtained critical health and financial information through the USAID YouthPower Action mentoring program, Anyaka Makwiri.
  • Published research
    We don’t dare to tell her ... we don’t know where to begin: Disclosure experiences and challenges among adolescents living with HIV and their caregivers in China
    The research findings indicate that disclosure to HIV-positive adolescents in China was delayed compared with recommended guidelines. This paper suggests culturally appropriate disclosure strategies should be developed, with a focus on supporting caregivers and destigmatizing HIV. The potential to use peer support strategies for both caregivers and adolescents in this process might also be explored.
  • Published research
    Factors related to incomplete adherence to antiretroviral therapy among adolescents attending three HIV clinics in the Copperbelt, Zambia
    The authors assessed antiretroviral adherence among adolescents in Ndola, Zambia, using two measures: 48-hour treatment gap in prior three months and pharmacy medication possession ratio in prior six months. The findings support strengthening adolescents’ HIV management skills related to alcohol use, family engagement and the challenges adolescents face when transitioning to adulthood, especially when they are no longer in school.
  • Publication
    For more than four decades, FHI 360’s global education experts have worked to ensure that all young people have equitable access to a quality education that equips them to become productive and empowered citizens.