Advance is a workforce development program that is implemented in Honduras, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, and Jamaica. The Program is funded by USAID and implemented by FHI 360.
What We Do
The Advance Program works with selected technical tertiary institutions to improve youth employability in the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras and Jamaica. The program partners with these institutions to help them to strengthen their ability to provide market-relevant training aligned with selected industries.
24 Mar 2023
PRESS RELEASE For immediate release March 23, 2023 Passing the torch USAID workforce development program celebrates partnerships serving disadvantaged youth. March 23, 2023. Kingston, Jamaica— On March 23 the USAID Advance program celebrated the end of a bold journey to…Read more
28 Feb 2023
Tashana Golding Tashana Golding was a scholarship student with Advance, a workforce development program with the goal of increasing youth employability. Today, her training has improved her quality of life, where she represents Jamaica on the international stage as a…Read more
7 Feb 2023
Nursing students learn through hands-on training and skills development at the Instituto Técnico Superior Comunitario (ITSC) in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Through the Advance project, or Avanza, FHI 360 partners with technical education programs like ITSC to help marginalized youth…Read more