Known as FHI 360, Family Health International believes that health is wealth. From a handful of offices located in the US, Asia-Pacific, and South Africa, FHI 360 funds and manages public health programs, research, education, and other resources in more than 60 countries. Founded in 1971 as the International Fertility Research Program of the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
, FHI 360 primarily focuses on and supports HIV/AIDS prevention research, reproductive health services, and maternal and neonatal health programs. The organization works with governments, private agencies, and non-governmental organizations to develop the most appropriate programs for different areas.