Sadiki Lotha Laiser

Chief of Party

Sadiki Lotha Laiser has 17 years of experience in environmental, natural resources management, livelihoods & wellbeing, policy planning, and governance. He has led departments, units, consultants, and experienced teams that delivered science-policy and decision-making interfaces across…

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USAID Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit

Measures to ensure gender equality are integral to effective rule of law, ensuring access to justice for all and institutions being effective, accountable and inclusive.
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Clara Harb

Clara Harb is a senior associate on the Chemonics-implemented USAID End Malaria Project. Previously, she served as a fellow with the American Journal of Public Health and as an AmeriCorps Member researching food insecurity while building…

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How ICT-enabled Distance-learning Makes Education Possible for Syrian Children

This presentation is based on field research conducted with a sample of learners and caregivers and will focus on technology as a key enabling factor in self-study programs.

Libya Economic Acceleration Project

By creating broad-based economic opportunities for southern Libyans across ethnic and demographic lines, LEAP delivers critical support for a more stable and prosperous region.
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Extending Our Reach Against Malaria

Malaria cases and deaths have declined considerably, but that progress has slowed in recent years. Reaching all with comprehensive, high-quality malaria services is complex. How do we ensure that we leave no one behind?

Community Health Workers Extend Reach to Prevent Malaria in Nigeria

Nigeria has the world's heaviest malaria burden. To reduce incidence and deaths, community outreach with quality malaria services is critical.
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Alphonse Ubial Siteke

Communications & Gender Specialist, USAID End Malaria Project

Alphonse Ubial Siteke is a communications professional with more than 25 years of experience across diverse, multicultural environments. Prior to coming to Chemonics, he served as a Communications Specialist for UNICEF in the Democratic Republic of…

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Blerta Peta

Blerta is a Professional Fellow on Chemonics’ Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) team focused on youth programming and has a Master’s in International Development from SOAS, University of London.

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