FHI Partners, a nonprofit subsidiary of FHI 360, was formed to help corporations and foundations expand their social impact within the U.S. and around the world. FHI Partners’ direct access to FHI 360’s global platform and technical expertise across the entire range of human development domains uniquely positions them to deploy teams to address today’s interrelated development challenges.
The scale and ambition of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires new types of partnerships between government, the business community and civil society at the local, national, regional and global levels. FHI Partners understands the value of working with a broad range of individuals and institutions to achieve greater and more lasting impact. They co-design creative, tailored approaches with our corporate and foundation partners to achieve tangible results.
What they do:
They address your toughest challenges by bringing more than four decades of human development experience to the table. They understand how to build shared value because they have guided foundations and corporations along the path leading from doing good works, to corporate social responsibility, to realizing the shared value of working together to build prosperous, resilient communities. Their in-house experts offer an approach that integrates policy and practice across the full spectrum of human development challenges — from addressing public health and nutrition, to educating a 21st century workforce, to tackling economic disparities at the root of growing inequality.
The breadth and depth of their expertise and experience allows them to offer critical insights and deliver customized strategies and solutions to drive sustainable impact. They do this by using an agile, client-centered business model. With a focus on collaboration and strategic pricing, FHI Partners makes the value and effectiveness of FHI 360’s services more accessible to a wider variety of partners.
Whether responding to a call for ideas or collaborating with a client to craft a tailored solution, they focus on:
Achieving audacious goals – by assisting organizations that incorporate the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into their corporate social responsibility and grantmaking strategies or view the SDGs as a tool to reinforce their business practices
Designing shared value initiatives – by strengthening value chains and driving profits in new products or areas that address the needs of people in the U.S. and around the world
Delivering global impact – by leveraging a global end-to-end platform to scale and deliver resultsSee more