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In close partnership with the traditional Islamic community of Medina Gounass and its religious leaders, FHI 360’s U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Passerelles team works to build gateways to high-quality, relevant education for girls and other young learners in Senegal. The partnership works with “daaras” (Quranic schools), or informal schools, to formalize education and provide specialized training to teachers, teacher coaches and inspectors, with the goal of creating safer and engaging learning environments that motivate students to advance in their studies. Learn more.
FHI 360, through its local Migrant and Seasonal Head Start programs, is working to provide the children of migrant farmworkers with high-quality, affordable, and reliable early childhood education. Explore this photo story to learn how MSHS is making a difference in the lives of migrant farmworkers.
To combat malnutrition, FHI 360 is working with Afghan NGOs to train front-line health and humanitarian workers to deliver emergency nutrition services to pregnant and lactating women and their infants. So far, FHI 360 and its partners have trained more than 100 people in five workshops, with more workshops scheduled. Learn more.
For Fouzia Farid-Mabrouki, a Moroccan psychologist, the COVID-19 pandemic has shown her that virtual therapy works. And it helps people feel safe—“especially those who want to be anonymous.” Since September 2021, FHI 360 has partnered with local psychologists to provide stigma-free mental health care to those living with HIV—including members of the LGBTQ+ community—in the MENA region through the MENA Moves project. Learn more.
The outlook for Omar’s future was grim, as it is for many Jamaicans recruited at a young age into lives of crime and violence. Then he met Latoya and was introduced to FHI 360 and USAID's Local Partner Development project, where he found the support he needed to make a change. More information.