FHI 360: Family Health International * *The Science of Improving

Report
Family Health International
Presented by Janitra Venkatesan
March 15, 2012
Economic Development
and Civil Society
Education
Health and
Nutrition
Research
Global
Development
1. FHI 360. About Us. From http://www.fhi360.org/en/news/index.htm
Environment
Mission
“Advancing integrated, locally driven solutions for
human development”
1. FHI 360. Values and Mission. From http://www.fhi360.org/en/AboutFHI/VisionAndMission.htm
1971:
The International
Fertility Research
Program
1982:
Officially known as
FHI
1. Wikipedia. Family Health International. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_Health_International
1987-1992:
AIDSTECH
2010:
CAPRISA 004,
FHI 360
1. Wikipedia. Family Health International. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_Health_International
Locations
1. FHI 360. News: Media Kit – Where We Work. From http://www.fhi360.org/en/news/index.htm
Financial Summary - Revenue
1. FHI 360. (2010) FHI Annual Report 2010.
Financial Summary – Expenses
1. FHI 360. (2010) FHI Annual Report 2010.
Financial Summary – Expenses
1. FHI 360. (2010) FHI Annual Report 2010.
FHI In Research
HIVNET 012
1. Guay, L.A. et al. (1999) Lancet, 354, 795-802. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org.libproxy.lib.unc.edu/10.1016/S0140-6736(99)80008-7
“Proportion not HIV-infected”
“Proportion with HIV-1 free
survival”
“sound and fully supportable”
“presented in a balanced manner and can be relied upon for
scientific and policy-making purposes. ”
1. Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Reviewing the HIVNET 012 Perinatal HIV Prevention Study. Review of the
HIVNET 012 Perinatal HIV Prevention Study. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2005.
CAPRISA 004
1. Karim, Q.A. et al. (2010) Science, 329.
1. Karim, Q.A. et al. (2010) Science, 329.
FHI & Program
Implementation
11,000+
Tested for HIV/AIDS per
day
320+
Started ARV treatment daily
FHI &HIV
in 2010
120+
HIV+ pregnant women
started ARV treatment per
day
1. FHI 360. (2010) FHI Annual Report 2010.
870,000+
Received clinical, preventive
and support services daily
1. WHO. HIV/AIDS Data and Statistics. From http://www.who.int/hiv/data/2011_epi_core_en.png
320 people started treatment per day x 365 days =
Of the newly infected population, 116,800 people started treatment under FHI
~4% of the newly infected population impacted by FHI
1. WHO. HIV/AIDS Data and Statistics. From http://www.who.int/hiv/data/2011_epi_core_en.png
1. WHO. HIV/AIDS Data and Statistics. From http://www.who.int/hiv/data/2011_epi_core_en.png
Of the ~14 million eligible
to receive ARV therapy,
116,800 started therapy
under FHI
FHI impacted less
than 1% of the
population
(Compared to WHO’s
47%)
1. WHO. HIV/AIDS Data and Statistics. From http://www.who.int/hiv/data/2011_epi_core_en.png
1. WHO. HIV/AIDS Data and Statistics. From http://www.who.int/hiv/data/2011_epi_core_en.png
120 pregnant women started treatment per day x 365 days =
Of ~1.5 million pregnant women in need,
43,800 pregnant women started treatment under FHI
1. WHO. HIV/AIDS Data and Statistics. From http://www.who.int/hiv/data/2011_epi_core_en.png
That’s only 2.9% of pregnant women in need
Compared to WHO’s 48%
Total Revenue
Expenses for Health
Related Programs and
Research
WHO
~$2.3 billion
~$1.5 billion
FHI
~$350 million
~$301 million
That’s 5 times as much
1.
2.
3.
FHI 360. (2010) FHI Annual Report 2010.
WHO. (2010) WHO 2010 Annual Finance Report.
WHO. (2010) WHO 2010-11 Programme Budget.
Specifically, how are they spending their money?
Total Revenue
Expenses for
Health Related
Programs and
Research
Amount for HIV
Percent of
Pregnant
Women
Affected
WHO
~$2.3 billion
~$1.5 billion
~$200 million*
48%
FHI
~$350 million
~$301 million
?
3%
* = Estimated, $600 million on HIV/TB/Malaria
1.
2.
3.
FHI 360. (2010) FHI Annual Report 2010.
WHO. (2010) WHO 2010 Annual Finance Report.
WHO. (2010) WHO 2010-11 Programme Budget.
For example, if they were spending money in a similar
manner on pregnant women getting ARV treatments….
Total
Revenue
Amount
for Health
Related
Programs
and
Research
WHO
~$2.3 billion
FHI
~$350
million
Amount
for HIV
Percent of
Pregnant
Women
Affected
Expense
for 1%
~$1.5 billion
~$200
million*
48%
~$4 million
~$301
million
~$39
million**
3%
~$13 million
* = Estimated, ~13%
** = To make a fair comparison, 13%
1.
2.
3.
FHI 360. (2010) FHI Annual Report 2010.
WHO. (2010) WHO 2010 Annual Finance Report.
WHO. (2010) WHO 2010-11 Programme Budget.
Concluding Remarks
1. The Global Journal. The Top 100 Selection Process. From http://theglobaljournal.net/photo/view/589/

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