Shifting power: The experience of three development organizations

Traditionally, large international nongovernmental organizations (INGOs) have served as prime recipients of U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) funding, collaborating with local NGOs as subrecipients. Now, as U.S. government funders prioritize local leadership and sustainability, these roles are flipping, with... Continue Reading


EpiC Botswana launches e-lockers to promote access to antiretroviral treatment

Botswana was recently recognized at the International AIDS Conference for its achievement in reaching HIV epidemic control after surpassing the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) 95-95-95 targets to reach 95-98-98 in July 2022. These results show tremendous progress toward achieving control of the HIV epidemic and demonstrate the extraordinary impact of the national HIV response. New innovations such as decentralized drug distribution (DDD) position Botswana to eliminate HIV as a public health threat in the next decade.

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Empowerment workers cycle to deliver HIV prevention and economic strengthening services to adolescent girls and young women in Tanzania

Agness John, Senior Technical Officer, Communications & Knowledge Management, FHI 360 Hannah Webster, Technical Officer, Research Utilization, FHI 360 Aubrey Weber, Technical Officer, Science Facilitation, FHI 360 The distances between households and villages in the Shinyanga region, a rural area of Tanzania, have created a challenge for empowerment workers with the Determined,... Continue Reading