Mission: Fhi360 is a global development organization delivering multi-disciplinary, evidence-based approaches to improve the health and socio-economic status of millions of people in disadvantaged communities throughout the world.
Programs: Hiv/aids - fhi360 provides state-of-the-art, customized interventions to address local needs and advocates for compassionate and resourced support to national governments and local communities. Programs and services are designed to change behavior, protect health, promote prevention services, build strong health systems, improve access to treatment and care, prevent mother to child hiv transmission, protect and support vulnerable children and monitor and evaluate programs. In addition to research, fhi360 has provided nearly 4 million people with counseling and testing services, and almost 1 million people with antiretroviral therapy globally.
global health, nutrition, and development - fhi360's global health and nutrition programs work to strengthen health systems, particularly in resource constrained settings. These programs help prevent and manage communicable diseases and reduce neglected tropical diseases. The organization develops strategies for preventing and managing chronic disease, integrating health areas which produce efficiencies, and build consumer demand for evidence-based health products and services. The role of nutrition in preventing disease and improving health is continually evaluated and advocated. Fhi foundation supplements donor funds, to be used for research and internal development activities.
education - fhi360's experts use innovative methods to improve teaching and learning in the u. S. And around the world. Programs advance educational access and promote full participation for girls, new immigrants, migrants, minorities and those with disabilities. Activities facilitate decision making by providing research, evaluation, data analysis and technical resources globally. Fhi360 also works to strengthen education in fragile states and support reform of policies and systems.