Chemonics joins the U.K. development community
We are delighted to announce that
we are expanding our operations and
look forward to working as part of the
U.K. development community.
3 Questions with U.K. SVP Jeff Wuorinen
As Chemonics launches its new U.K. Division, Senior Vice President Jeff Wuorinen shares our goals, values, and approach to partnerships.Read the Q&A
We're Celebrating our U.K. Launch
Chemonics’ leaders are in London this week to introduce the company to the U.K. development community through a series of events.Read the News
Where We Work
youth participating in activities focused on countering violent extremism (CVE) as of 2018
hectares under improved environmental management as of 2018
children served as of 2018
Strengthening Education for Youth in Syria
The Syrian conflict has raised an unparalleled need for access to education so that young Syrians have a chance to learn and thrive.
Accelerating Access and Learning in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
In a country where more than 7 million children are not currently in school, a systematic effort is targeting the primary education sector to help close that gap.
Closing Economic and Community Divides in Pankisi
Connecting the people of Georgia’s Pankisi Valley to one another and to neighboring regions will build social cohesion, create economic opportunity, and make the region more resistant to tension.
Building Safe Spaces for Learning in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
To ensure that girls and boys in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have access to a meaningful education, the Accelere! project, funded by USAID and DFID, aims to benefit more than 1 million children who otherwise would not get these opportunities.
Growing Together in Colombia
Rural communities in Colombia have developed savings and loans plans that are funding and fueling small business growth.
Access to Medicines Transforms Lives for HIV/AIDS Patients
Bolstering the health supply chain in Zambia equips health facilities with the medicines and other supplies needed to care for patients like Catherine Nalungwe who live with HIV/AIDS.
3 Questions with Cynthia Steen on Transforming Moldova’s Agriculture Sector
Cynthia Steen serves as chief of party of the USAID Moldova High Value Agriculture Activity (HVAA) and has previously led agribusiness and enterprise development projects in multiple countries, including Egypt, Albania, Jamaica, Lebanon, Ethiopia, and Indonesia. HVAA is successfully demonstrating production, post-harvest, and marketing techniques to make Moldova a more competitive exporter, creating sustainable opportunities […]
News: Chemonics at the 72nd World Health Assembly
Every year, the World Health Assembly — the decision-making body of the World Health Organization —convenes to explore the top issues on the global health agenda. During the 72nd Session of the World Health Assembly, Chemonics looks forward to joining international stakeholders for side events that elevate the visibility of these issues, from universal health […]
Development Works Here with Nelum Gamage
We’d like you to meet Nelum Gamage! Nelum is the deputy chief of party for the USAID Coherent, Open, Responsive, and Effective (CORE) Justice Program in Sri Lanka. The country’s first female bribery commissioner, she shares her 30-year commitment to upholding the principles of democracy and good governance. Nelum is one reason #DevelopmentWorksHere. 1. Can […]