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At Chemonics, development
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It's a profession.
Where We Work
individuals reached through HIV interventions as of 2019
youth participating in activities focused on countering violent extremism (CVE) as of 2019
clients benefiting from financial services as of 2019
Supporting Innovations for a Sustainable Soy Supply Chain
The Land Innovation Fund for Sustainable Livelihoods supports innovations that will make the soy supply chain sustainable and deforestation-free.
Integrating Supply Chains in Nigeria
By combining parallel donor-funded warehousing and distribution supply into a single streamlined supply chain, the project facilitates the provision of critical life-saving HIV and malaria health commodities to the people of Nigeria.
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.
Breaking Financial Barriers to Education in the DRC
In the DRC, many parents struggled to pay school fees for their children's education. ACCELERE!1 leveraged existing cultural traditions to help families earn and save money to keep kids learning.
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.
Is private sector engagement in health supply chains in LMICs the most recent panacea?
Governments, NGOs, and civil society organizations are examples of entities that have made significant investments in reaching the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal of “[achieving] universal health coverage, including financial risk protection, access to quality essential health-care services, and access to safe, effective, quality and affordable essential medicines and vaccines for all.” Even with these […]
For Holistic Violence Prevention, Consider the Local Systems Framework
Community violence manifests in myriad forms, from gang violence to organized crime. The gamut of ways in which violence materializes implies a litany of societal cleavages, weak governance, and discordant agendas. Too often, efforts to prevent violence either diagnose the causes of violence too narrowly or fail to connect violence prevention on the individual level […]
Stop Evidencing Complex Results with Just Numbers and Embrace Narrative
‘Complexity’ is a term that we have heard a lot over the last year. The degradation of our climate is a complex crisis. COVID-19 is a complex issue. Everything feels complex currently. ‘Systems’ is equally vogue. Whether talking about doughnut economies or how education impacts resilience, acknowledging that everything operates within fluctuating, interrelated systems is […]