Development Works Here
We believe those who have
the least deserve our best.
At Chemonics, development
is more than a passion or calling.
The more intractable the problem, the more determined we are to solve it. Our experts discuss solutions to today’s development challenges.Visit our blog
In 75 countries worldwide, we are working with local experts and communities to create long-lasting and sustainable impact.Read stories
Where We Work
people with improved access to water and sanitation services as of 2018
individuals reached through HIV interventions as of 2018
children served as of 2018
Toward a More Competitive Economy in Ukraine
Through a broad-based economy and the ability to compete in international markets, Ukraine is on a path to increased economic power and political independence.
Enhancing Stability in Somalia
Somalia’s state assemblies must work in tandem with local and international actors to strengthen government capacity and promote a more peaceful, stable Somalia.
Improving Health and Human Capital in Bangladesh
A sustainable, gender-sensitive, pro-poor social enterprise is helping Bangladesh get closer to achieving universal health coverage.
A Dairy Revival in Ukraine
With enhanced access to laboratory, veterinary, and education services, Ukraine’s smallholder dairy farmers are elevating the quality of their products and tapping new markets.
Securing Her Land Rights in Tajikistan
With one project’s support, 25-year-old farm owner Salomat Chorieva overcame social and administrative barriers to land registration in Tajikistan, taking ownership of her rights.
Causing a Stir in Georgia
What if traditional family recipes could help catalyze broad-based economic growth and resilience?
Development Works Here with Brian App
We’d like you to meet Brian App! Brian is a natural resource management specialist with nearly 20 years of experience working in the environmental sector. From flipping through the pages of National Geographic to building more water-secure communities in Africa, he shares some of the highlights of his development journey. Brian is one reason #DevelopmentWorksHere. […]
To Improve Water Management, Start Local
Rivers are the world’s main source of clean drinking water, and their economic and environmental value are fundamental to the health of people and ecosystems. However, river basins face interrelated challenges — population growth, industrialization, urbanization, land use changes (including deforestation and land degradation), and changes in water quantity and quality. Climate change acts as […]
5 Steps to Better Government Supply Chain Technology
Automated information systems are now widely used to manage the data that flows throughout a supply chain, from procuring a commodity, to manufacturing it, and, finally, to distributing it to a consumer. For example, modern retailers like Amazon can track a product from the point of manufacture to the customer’s door. However, in the developing […]