Chemonics and Unbounded Associates launch new research and resources on centering youth in green workforce development initiatives.
In partnership with Unbounded Associates, we developed a set of resources to help international development organizations design inclusive, green programming and prepare young people for the transitioning workforce.
Resource - Toolkit
The USAID funded Economic Reform Activity Task Order 1 fosters Jordan’s economic stability by prioritizing and implementing the government’s reform agenda by empowering the government of Jordan, and partnering with the Jordanian and international private sectors.
Hannah Jackson was an intern in Chemonics’ Global Safety and Security Division.
Person - Contributor
This resource provides an overview of the ways in which the RED-DH program partnered with local organizations to recognize the rights of indigenous peoples.
Resource - Project Success Story
Chemonics staff and other international experts will convene online and in Sweden from August 23-September 1, 2022 to discuss global water issues.
Resource - Event
On June 14 and 21, 2022, Chemonics International, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), and World Resources Institute México (WRI-Mexico) hosted two webinars on electromobility and net zero buildings.
Resource - Event
As USAID’s flagship private sector health project, FHM Engage envisions a world in which health markets are responsive, equitable, resilient, and driven by consumer needs.
Resource - Fact Sheet
Ruth Citrin of the Cross-Border Conflict Evidence, Policy and Trends research program describes how the team protects the privacy and security of the communities they research by following principles of good data stewardship.
We explore the principle “Be Data Driven.” Deogratius Kimera, country director for the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management project.
We take a look at what it means to “Be Collaborative” in our approach to strengthening digital ecosystems.
John Durgavich, senior technical advisor for the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management Project, uses his experience with the project’s Quantification Analytics Tool to illustrate key considerations.