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The FHI 360 team is composed of more than 4,000 professionals who work in over 60 countries around the world. Their diverse technical expertise and deep understanding of local contexts provide a 360-degree perspective that allows the organization to develop effective responses to the world’s toughest human development challenges.
High-growth careers require soft skills, too
The Dominican Republic has one of the fastest-growing economies in Latin America, yet its employers are struggling to find qualified applicants for jobs such as software development and nursing. FHI 360’s Advance LAC Regional Workforce Development Program (known locally as “Avanza,” meaning “get going” in Spanish) aims to help marginalized young people in the Dominican Republic gain employment in growing sectors of the economy. Learn more.
Meet 5 “girl dads” advocating for gender equality
The #GirlDad movement — it started in tribute to Kobe Bryant, honoring his words about being a father to four daughters. “Girls are the best,” Bryant said in a 2018 interview with ESPN. “I would have five more girls if I could. I’m a girl dad.” Fathers everywhere have proudly claimed that same love for their girls. They recognize that the potential of their daughters is the same as that of their sons. And because of that, they’re making serious strides toward gender equality. Here are five “girl dads” from around the world who are doing amazing things for their daughters — and for girls everywhere. Learn more