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  • 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.
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    The Advancing Partners and Communities project in Botswana will contribute to the 90-90-90 targets for ending the HIV epidemic through HIV community care and prevention for girls and young women in seven priority districts.
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    The Step It Up: Wearables for Health project in Ghana is studying whether patients with hypertension accept and use physical activity wristbands to monitor and produce data on their condition.
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    The Center on Technology and Disability (CTD) increases the capacity of U.S. families and educators to learn about, acquire or implement effective assistive technology (AT) and instructional technology (IT) devices and services.
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    FHI 360 is partnering with Cambridge Education to improve evidence-based decisionmaking and accountability in Tanzania by establishing an integrated, national, education management information system (EMIS) known as Global ED*ASSIST.
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    The Wireless Solutions for Fisheries in Senegal (WISE) project, funded by the Qualcomm® Wireless Reach™ initiative, is designed to enhance the competitive advantage of artisanal fishermen and fish processors through mobile technologies.
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    FHI 360 developed the Sema Nasi (Kiswahili for “Talk to Us”) project as a mobile phone-based social accountability platform to enable clients to provide feedback on the quality of family planning services they received. 
  • Past Project
    FHI 360 is working with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in Sierra Leone to assess the state of the country’s education management information system (EMIS) in an effort to increase access to timely, reliable data.
  • Past Project
    PROGRESS (Program Research for Strengthening Services) was a five-year project awarded to FHI 360 by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in June 2008. The project sought to improve access to family planning among underserved...