Countering Violent Extremism
Our approach to countering violent extremism focuses on developing understanding of the local violent extremism context, identifying and building the capacity of local stakeholders and supporting them to develop locally owned solutions.
Civil society strengthening
Through training, education, coalition building, organizational development and grants, FHI 360 helps strengthen civil society organizations around the world.
Peacebuilding and conflict mitigation
FHI 360 programs are designed to prevent and reduce conflict through locally owned, effective and sustainable solutions.
- Programme d'Appui à la Résilience Communautaire au Cameroun (PARC-Cameroon)
- Networks for Peace
- Cambodia Civil Society Support (CSS)
- USAID Cambodia Green Future Activity
- USAID Indonesia MADANI*
- Conflict Sensitivity Integration Hub Activity
- Morocco Inclusive Socioeconomic Development in Beni Mellal-Khénifra (ISED-BMK)
- Chad Civil Society Strengthening Activity (CCSSA)
Chief of Party, Innovations for Social Accountability, Cambodia
Chief of Party, USAID/Mali Civic Engagement Program
Director, Peacebuilding and Conflict Mitigation Practice
Director of Leadership and Organizational Capacity Building Programs
Acting Director, Civil Society and Peacebuilding Department
Associate Director for Programs, Civil Society and Peacebuilding
Stories & Highlights
- What is the Conflict Sensitivity Integration Hub and how does it work?
- Female peacebuilders protect civil rights and human dignity
- FHI 360 is Among Eight Companies Selected for $800M Programming for Prevention & Peacebuilding Contract
- The power of women's voices in Chad
- FHI 360 embarks on new organizational strategy for change
- Transformation starts with the right tools: How a community improved their health facility
- Finding hope in the kitchen
- Ma3an youth: The Jawaher Chtobri success story
- In Tunisia, youth boost the national vaccination effort
- Just like the military, civilian organizations should not leave Afghan allies behind