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To combat malnutrition, FHI 360 is working with Afghan NGOs to train front-line health and humanitarian workers to deliver emergency nutrition services to pregnant and lactating women and their infants.
FHI 360 is improving global health security by helping countries prepare their resources locally, because infectious disease outbreaks are also humanitarian crises.
Through the MENA Moves project, FHI 360 and partners in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia are providing virtual mental health services to people living with HIV.
In the Dominican Republic, FHI 360 and our partners are training traditional healers on how to recognize signs of HIV in their clients and refer them for testing.
Like all working parents, migrant farmworkers need reliable, affordable and safe child care that prepares their young children for kindergarten. In collaborative partnership with FHI 360, the U.S. Migrant and Seasonal Head Start program does just that.
Alejandro Soto, who leads the HIV Service and Systems Strengthening Project in the Dominican Republic, shares why FHI 360 is working to reach Haitian migrants with HIV testing and care.
FHI 360's partners based in the Pacific Islands, Malawi and India explore ways of breaking down power dynamics to achieve greater equity and impact — a theme of the GenderPlus Summit.
Through the USAID-funded Local Partner Development (LPD) project, FHI 360 works with local partners and institutions to provide training and support to youth from under-resourced communities.
Bhushan Tuladhar from the USAID Kathmandu Valley Clean Air project shares how the work is addressing air pollution as well as actions people can take to improve air quality.
Four participants in the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Advance LAC Regional Workforce Development Program (or “Avanza”) in the Dominican Republic share their career goals and hopes for the future.