Our Partners

Our Partners

Generation Next Humanitarian Fellowship Program is a program of the Public Health Institute, supported by the USAID, Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance and in partnership with our program host organizations.

As host organizations for our GenNext Fellows, our partners provide guided technical and professional development and mentorship—launching a future for the next generation of humanitarian professionals.

GenNext Fellowship is also actively recruiting for more hosting partners to add to our consortium. Review REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS.

GenNext Fellowship Program Partners:

Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian organization that takes decisive action against the causes and effects of hunger. They reach more than 28 million people across 50+ countries each year with their lifesaving and life-changing programs. Action Against Hunger fights hunger by focusing on the approach that saves the most lives: treating severely malnourished children and preventing children from becoming malnourished in the first place.

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. ​The Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides comfort to people affected by disasters; supplies about 40% of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; distributes international humanitarian aid; and supports veterans, military members and their families.

Blumont’s humanitarian assistance efforts provide relief to meet the basic needs of communities in crisis. From refugee and displacement camps to communities recovering from conflict, their teams work to meet people's basic needs, including safety, shelter, WASH, and trauma support. Blumont works with communities around the world to help people overcome challenges and create a foundation for progress.

CARE is a global leader within a worldwide movement dedicated to ending poverty. CARE seeks a world of hope, inclusion and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and all people live with dignity and security. Women and girls are in the center of CARE’s work because we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities.

The Public Health Institute Center for Wellness and Nutrition (CWN) is a national leader in developing campaigns, programs, and partnerships to reduce obesity and promote equity in the most vulnerable communities across the country. CWN has established relationships with local, state and national organizations, and through education, engagement, environmental changes and policies, they work to make health accessible for all.

EngenderHealth is internationally recognized for their expertise and impact in sexual and reproductive health and rights, maternal and obstetric care, and addressing gender-based violence. Their programs are designed to address harmful gender norms, increase meaningful youth participation, and support health systems strengthening, which is critical to achieving universal health coverage.

Global Communities began in 1952 as the Foundation for Cooperative Housing, a U.S. organization that helped build houses for people in need based on the cooperative model. Though our name has changed and our impact has grown to reach over 35 countries, our commitment to partnering with communities to bring about sustainable, positive change remains the same. Today, as one Global Communities, we work at the intersection of humanitarian assistance, sustainable development and financial inclusion to save lives, advance equity and secure strong futures.

For 65 years, Project HOPE has transformed the health and well-being of people and communities around the world. Project HOPE partners hand-in-hand with communities, health workers, and public health systems to ensure sustainable change in five main areas: disasters, health crises, and complex humanitarian emergencies; pandemic preparedness and response; infectious and noncommunicable diseases; maternal, neonatal, and child health; and health policy.

Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. We work in the United States and around the world to give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. When crisis strikes and children are most vulnerable, we are always among the first to respond and the last to leave. We do whatever it takes for children - every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share.

The Public Health Institute (PHI) is the lead partner for USAID's Generation Next Humanitarian Fellowship Program. Headquartered in Oakland, California, PHI has over 40 years of leadership in public health. PHI’s mission is to promote health, well-being and quality of life for all people through research and evaluation, training and technical assistance, and by building community partnerships.