In April 2022, FHI 360 released a new, one-minute video, “FHI 360: Ready for what’s next,” which features original footage from FHI 360 projects across each of the regions where we work. We aimed to capture a broad array of our practice areas, including humanitarian response, education and health.
The video explains that a 360-degree perspective is required to address complex human development needs and conveys the following values, as well as FHI 360’s commitment to advancing those values:
The video explains who FHI 360 is and what it stands for. The content authentically captures the ways in which FHI 360’s work is making a difference for people all around the world.
The voice of the narrator is FHI 360’s own Christine Mounir, a communications specialist with the Integrated Management of Cultural Tourism project, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development, in Egypt. She explains: “I’m a graduate of the Communications and Media Arts School at the American University of Cairo. My undergraduate learning experience provided me with a good communications skill set that includes video and audio editing, script writing and digital storytelling. I’m always engaging with stakeholders and communities where we work. I’m excited to have been part of this corporate video and I’m proud to work at FHI 360.”
We proudly included this inspiring video on the “About Us” page of fhi360.org. The video has been posted broadly via FHI 360 staff networks, particularly through social media channels. It continues to share our story of improving lives around the world.