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Chemonics' New UNGC Report
Chemonics' UNGC Communication on Progress describes its actions in 2020 to progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.Learn More
COVID-19 Updates and Resources
In challenging times, our global community turns to cooperation, partnership, compassion, and resilience.Updates and Resources
Where We Work
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individuals reached through HIV interventions as of 2019
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Building Climate Finance Capacity in Nepal
Strengthening Nepali local governments’ ability to manage green funds can spur investment in and accelerate climate action.
Supplying Safe Water to Rural Tajikistan
Better water supply and resource management in Tajikistan can improve the health and resilience of rural communities.
Promoting Quality Education in Tajikistan
The Learn Together Activity (LTA) is a five-year project which aims to improve Tajik primary students learning skills, with a focus on improving reading comprehension, critical thinking skills, and mathematics.
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.
Private Partnership Paves the Way to Better Health in Nigeria
Engaging private sector partners in Nigeria’s lab sample network has strengthened the country’s efforts to eliminate HIV/AIDS and made its global health supply chain more resilient in the face of COVID-19.
The Case for Youth Engagement in the Program Design Process
As global development professionals, we need to recognize that today’s world leaders don’t fit the narrow definitions of previous generations. We typically think of leaders as those with long-established power, while we ignore influential, often young, individuals like small-scale farmers and healthcare workers, community organizers and policy advocates. Today, integrating youth engagement in program design […]
Creating a Sustainable Peace Deal in Yemen: A Discussion with Ahmed Al Khameri
Six years into the Yemen conflict, the war shows no sign of abating. The situation is dire: 80% of Yemen’s population of 30 million requires some form of humanitarian assistance; nearly half the population is in acute need. With violence spilling across Yemen’s borders and threatening maritime security in the Red Sea’s strategically important Bab el-Mandab Strait, regional […]
Building Back Better Through Trade
This post originally appeared on British Expertise International’s blog. Governments are looking to trade to breathe life back into their beleaguered economies. Allowing goods to move safely and efficiently across borders into businesses and consumers hands is vital to restoring faith in markets and stemming rising unemployment. But restoring trade to previous levels is not […]