The FHI 360-Led Act to End NTDs | West Team

FHI 360 leads USAID’s Act to End NTDs | West program and financial management and provides management oversight with expertise in NTD capacity building; WASH; malaria; social and behavior change; gender; the collaborating, learning, and adapting process; health systems strengthening (HSS); and monitoring, evaluation and learning. In addition to leading the project, FHI 360 implements Act to End NTDs | West activities in Benin, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, and Senegal. 

Helen Keller International (HKI) supports NTD capacity building and integration with nutrition, school-based and child health interventions. HKI is the implementing partner in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Guinea, Mali, Niger, and Sierra Leone. 

Health and Development International’s (HDI) collaboration with Togo’s MOH led to Togo becoming the first African country to eliminate LF as a public health problem. HDI is the implementing partner in Togo. 

Cross-Cutting Partners 

Deloitte supports HSS and sustainability activities for Act to End NTDs | West, assisting national health and finance ministries in NTDP planning, costing, supply chain management, innovative financing, and resource mobilization. World Vision supports cross-sectoral coordination with WASH, malaria, nutrition, and school-based programming and leverage its WASH programming and private and other funders in Ghana, Mali, Niger, Senegal, and Sierra Leone. Americares provides warehouse management support and secure drug donations to treat secondary effects of MDA and reduce NTD morbidity. AIM Initiative assists with assessing the morbidity burden and provide management strategies for dossier development.