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Where We Work
youth participating in activities focused on countering violent extremism (CVE) as of 2019
children served as of 2019
individuals reached through HIV interventions as of 2019
Dependable Water and Sanitation Services in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Improving service providers’ business models in the Democratic Republic of the Congo will enable peri-urban communities to better access safe drinking water and sanitation services.
People-Centered Justice in Kosovo
Sourcing and implementing citizen-centered rule-of-law solutions will help promote public trust in Kosovo’s justice system.
Matchmaking Businesses and Investors in DRC
Driving inclusive growth in eastern DRC will require private investment in the region’s promising businesses.
Investing in Tomorrow’s Supply Chain by Empowering Youth in Benin
The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Technical Assistance (GHSC-TA) Francophone Task Order's Young Logisticians Professionals Program is creating a health supply chain support system in Benin and career opportunities for a new generation of supply chain professionals.
Playing Matchmaker for Farmers and Buyers in Georgia
Georgian farmers struggled to sell crops to large-scale buyers. But a new matchmaking app connects farmers to buyers in the hospitality industry for bountiful results.
Cracking the Case to Strengthen Haiti’s Judicial System
Disorganized systems hindered the Haitian judiciary’s ability to effectively manage cases and curb corruption. USAID's Justice Sector Strengthening Program created a system to give judicial stakeholders the tools they need to help restore efficiency and build public confidence in the country's judiciary.
Where in the World Are Those Private Sector Partners?
As the countries of West and Central Africa struggle with ongoing health challenges such as a recent Ebola outbreak, one of the highest HIV/AIDS burdens in the world, and a fractured health infrastructure, many actors in the health supply chain remain unaware of what organizations and private companies already exist to provide valuable global health supply chain services […]
3 Questions with Dany Khy on Chemonics’ New Center for Private Sector Engagement
1. Why is Chemonics creating the Center for Private Sector Engagement? Why now and what are its goals? Although the Center for Private Sector Engagement is new, Chemonics has worked with the private sector for over 40 years from empowering entrepreneurs and spurring the growth of local businesses to partnering with multinationals to deliver critical […]
What Does a Systems Approach to Conflict Prevention Look Like?
Today’s conflicts are long, intractable, and more complicated than ever. The last decade saw a marked rise in state-based armed conflict for the first time since the end of the Cold War, all involving non-state actors. Radicalization, organized crime, climate change — and now pandemics — bring new challenges to convoluted conflict systems. Yet, the […]