FHI is a global health and development organization whose science-based programs bring lasting change to the world's most vulnerable people. Among the organization’s worldwide staff of 2,500 are leading physicians, scientists, and technical experts in health, development, and management. FHI’s work is global in scale yet country-focused, with international offices staffed by local professionals.
Since 1971, FHI has worked with 1,400 partners in 125 countries, forging strong relationships with governments, diverse organizations, the private sector and communities. By applying science to programs, FHI is helping countries make measurable progress against disease, poverty, and inequity—improving lives for millions.
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