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Through the Integrated Management of Cultural Tourism project, FHI 360 is bolstering Egypt’s tourism industry and quality of life for those living and working in Historic Cairo and Luxor Governorate.
Youth Lead, a USAID-funded activity, supported young people in Zambia as they led civic action and local development projects, built leadership skills and participated in internships to further their careers.
Christa Bruno, a culinary arts instructor at the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives, teaches and mentors young adults returning to their communities after involvement with the criminal justice system.
FHI 360’s humanitarian work in Yemen takes a 360-degree approach: delivering medical equipment, medicine and services; establishing water collection sites; and installing solar panels for a reliable source of electricity.
In this Q&A, Fatouma Moussa from the Djibouti Ministry of National Education shares how the Djibouti Early Grade Reading Activity (DEGRA) is strengthening early grade reading in the country.
Kani Jones talks about his journey from childhood to incarceration to graduating from the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives (NCIA)’s Vocational Training Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
Vernon Brown, an auto repair instructor at the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives, mentors young adults returning to their communities after involvement with the criminal justice system.
FHI 360’s social and behavior change (SBC) team created and field-tested a Quick Start Guide to help local organizations combat COVID-19 vaccine misinformation and increase demand and uptake.
Through GE Foundation’s Next Engineers, a global career-readiness program, a diverse group of students are getting inspired with immersive, creative activities designed to expand their understanding of engineering.
In Birmingham, Alabama, FHI 360 is working with the Jefferson County Memorial Project and Kids in Birmingham 1963 to encourage conversations about racial justice through a communications campaign.