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Reducing Crime and Restoring Trust in Mexico
Addressing root causes of violence in Mexico is key to reducing crime and restoring citizens’ trust.
Countering Human Rights Violations in Mexico
Cycles of violence in Mexico continue to take a toll on civilians, necessitating greater accountability in Mexico’s human rights system.
Sowing Stronger Markets in Kyrgyzstan
With stronger markets in place, Kyrgyzstan’s agricultural-led economy can flourish.
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.
Relief Is Just an App Away in the Philippines
How does a country with a cash-based economy quickly provide subsidies during the COVID-19 pandemic and economic slowdown? In the Philippines, the government and the USAID E-PESO activity have collaborated with the private sector to create an app that provides fast financial relief to millions of people.
Demonstrating Leadership for Racial Equality in Development
This post originally appeared on Devex. It’s clear that the United States, along with countries around the world, is reckoning with systems of racial inequality. Chemonics and many other organizations in and outside of the development community are examining and taking action to uproot racism in their headquarters, through their processes, and in the communities […]
Achieving Data Visibility for Health Supply Chain Information Systems
Today’s supply chains are growing in complexity, driven by factors such as globalization and changing market trends. Global health supply chains offer unique challenges and opportunities due to the changing patterns of commodity flows and new demands for responsive and agile supply chains that don’t compromise on the quality of medicines. As a result, the […]
Voices from Our Projects: Critical Skills for Private Sector Engagement
This blog post is the second in a series on private sector engagement. Check out our previous blog here. You’re starting up a new project. Perhaps it’s focused on environmental protection, or anticorruption, or at-risk youth. In any case, you know that the private sector will be a critical partner for achieving your objectives sustainably. […]