FHI 360 believes that generating meaningful and lasting results is only made possible by engaging and connecting partners. The strength of our partnerships — from the community to the global levels — is at the heart of our work and is the cornerstone of our impact.
The Future of Humanity Institute (FHI) will be joining the Partnership on AI, a non-profit organisation founded by Amazon, Apple, Google/DeepMind, Facebook, IBM, and Microsoft, with the goal of formulating best practices for socially beneficial AI development. We will be joining the Partnership ...
The USAID Ghana Partnership for Education: Learning activity aims to support Ghana's educational institutions over five years, with the goal of improving, expanding and sustaining learning outcomes for at least 2.8 million primary students nationwide.
In Washington, DC, FHI 360 built a robust community of practitioners within Raise DC, a multisector partnership to improve education outcomes, to engage the District’s youth and to do whatever it takes to help them obtain postsecondary degrees.
Camille Saadé Senior Project Director, and Director, Strategic Partnerships. Camille Saadé manages several health projects that involve the active participation of the private sector in mutually beneficial partnerships.
Department Partnerships The centerpiece of Humanities Futures is the FHI's program partnerships with Duke's 18 humanities, arts, and interpretive social sciences departments.
About FHI 360 Cross-Border Health Integrated Partnership (CB-HIPP) is a five-year project supported by USAID and designed to extend quality integrated health services in strategic border areas and other transport corridor sites in East, Central and Southern Africa.
The DREAMS partnership aspires to reduce HIV infections among adolescent girls and young women in 10 sub-Saharan African countries. Two young women who participate in DREAMS projects attended FHI 360’s 2018 Gender 360 Summit and discussed how DREAMS is making a difference in their lives.