Development Works Here
We believe those who have
the least deserve our best.
At Chemonics, development
is more than a passion or calling.
Where We Work
individuals reached through HIV interventions as of 2017
people with improved access to water and sanitation services as of 2017
children served as of 2017
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.
Increasing Access to Justice and Enhancing the Rule of Law in Rwanda
Access to justice is a crucial factor for Rwanda in combating poverty, promoting peaceful resolution of disputes, and enhancing the rule of law.
Promoting Unity in Ukraine
Divisive pressures undermine political unity in Ukraine, particularly in eastern regions. Connecting citizens with their government can help.
Causing a Stir in Georgia
What if traditional family recipes could help catalyze broad-based economic growth and resilience?
Strengthening Health Systems and Access in Senegal
To improve health systems, the government of Senegal is creating tools, policies, and processes to ensure quality health service delivery.
Strengthening Children’s Rights Guarantees in Ukraine
Increasing the professional competency of judges and attorneys who handle juvenile delinquency cases is changing the way children are treated in Ukraine’s justice system.
News: Chemonics Joins U.K. Development Community at Bond Conference
The 2019 Bond Conference brings together NGO, civil society, research, donor, and private sector representatives to share ideas and explore emerging trends in international development and humanitarian assistance. Hosted in London March 18 and 19, this year’s conference focuses on themes such as public-private partnerships, alternative funding, policy, leadership, and inclusivity. As part of its […]
3 Questions with Scott Short on Tackling WASH Challenges in Rural Communities
Scott Short is a water and natural resource specialist with more than 35 years of experience managing WASH and water security, institutional strengthening, and land and natural resource management programs. Prior to joining Chemonics, he served as chief of party for the USAID Ethiopia Lowland Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Activity (Lowland WASH) in Ethiopia. Pastoral […]
News: Chemonics Announces New Executive Vice President
Chemonics International has named Anna Slother as executive vice president, one of the leading executive roles at the international development consulting firm. Ms. Slother brings 20 years of experience in operations, human resource management, and program management within the development sector to the position. Her development experience throughout the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and […]