Explore FHI 360

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  • Project
    Our Integrated Humanitarian Assistance to northeast Nigeria project, funded by USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance, is delivering targeted interventions to internally displaced persons in Borno State.
  • Project
    Investing for Impact against Tuberculosis and HIV, funded by an award from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, will help combat HIV in Nigeria.
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    The Africa DREAMS: Malawi Communities Investing in Education for Child Health and Safety (CIECHS) project focuses on gender and education as critical ways to reduce the incidence of HIV. CIECHS is funded by the DREAMS Innovation Challenge.
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    The Zambia Defense Force HIV Prevention Cross-Cutting project works to strengthen the Zambia Defense Force Medical Services in 47 military facilities.
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    The Zambia Defense Force Care and Treatment Scale-Up project supports the military’s HIV and tuberculosis care and treatment programs.
  • Project
    Health Communication for Life (HC4L) supports the Government of Malawi’s efforts to increase public demand for quality, sustainable, priority health services and products.
  • Project
    FHI 360 was awarded the five-year, $26 million USAID Sustainable HIV Response from Technical Assistance (SHIFT) project to support the Vietnamese government in achieving UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets and in the transitioning of its HIV response.
  • Project
    This five-year project in Zambia works toward an AIDS-free society by increasing access to comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment services for key populations in target provinces.
  • Past Project
    The Abundant Health project is a community-based prevention and control program targeting hypertension and diabetes in five locations in the Tan Phu District in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
  • Past Project
    This project seeks to reduce the rates of newborn morbidity and mortality in Nigeria by using local technologies and solutions to improve the number and quality of skilled staff, a referral network and the health care infrastructure.