Awards + Mentions

FHI 360’s Timawerenga! (We Can Read) project received the U.S. Agency for International Development’s All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development Award for its low-cost model for producing textbooks in Malawi.

FHI 360 received the Innovating Secondary Education for Skills Enhancement Prize from Results for Development for a groundbreaking middle schools model in Senegal.

The American Association for Laboratory Accreditation awarded FHI 360's Product Quality and Compliance Laboratories accreditation for the second consecutive year.

FHI 360's Communication for Change and Sino-implant (II) projects were finalists for the Katerva Awards for Sustainability, which recognize "paradigm-busting ideas."

Renetta Goeson, Early Childhood Education Specialist in the Early Care and Education Department, was recognized by President Obama as a Champion of Change in July 2012.

Carol Dukes Hamilton, Senior Scientist and Director, Scientific Affairs in FHI 360’s Global Health, Population and Nutrition Group, received the Robert Koch Award from the U.S. National Tuberculosis Controllers Association for her dedication and distinguished service. Dr. Hamilton was also awarded the 2012 Charles C. Shepard Science Award from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, as part of the PREVENT TB Study Team, which published a landmark paper on TB prevention in the New England Journal of Medicine in December 2012.

Timothy Mastro, Group Director of FHI 360’s Global Health, Population and Nutrition group, was elected to the American Epidemiological Society.

Halima Mwenesi, an FHI 360 malaria expert, was appointed to serve as Senior Coordinator and Country Liaison with the African Leaders Malaria Alliance.

Marsden Solomon, FHI 360’s Advisor for Reproductive Health, was recognized by the Kenya Obstetrical and Gynecological Society for his work to improve women’s health in Kenya.