The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) has chosen Chemonics UK as the implementing partner to deliver Tamasok, its new project focusing on Women, Peace and Security System Strengthening in Jordan.
New technology, such as heat pumps, has the potential to transform Ukraine’s outdated District Heating infrastructure into modern, efficient, sustainable, equitable, and resilient systems.
Coordinated disinformation campaigns – online and offline – seek to sow discord in democracies by subverting elections, undermining trust in public institutions, and shaping public perceptions about politically controversial issues. Among tactics, operators seek to plant…
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The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) selects Chemonics UK to continue delivering crucial education support for over 100,000 primary-aged children every year in Northwest Syria.
One-stop-shop migration service centers in Colombia serve as a model for other countries with high levels of migration in Latin America and around the world.
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B. James Soukamneuth is a strategic and analytical professional with more than 20 years of experience working across the private and public sectors in North America, Southeast Asia, Australia, and West Africa. He brings experience in…
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The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted inequalities in access to supply chains, which has led to heightened focus on the capacity of African nations to increase regional manufacturing.
Matthew is an Integrated Supply Chain Manager – Family Planning/Reproductive Health & Maternal/Child Health for the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management project.
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Three “super levers” are needed to make instructional reforms “stick” so that teachers in Liberia adopt new practices as their own.
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Leading Change in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States
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In 2023, Chemonics’ blog readers showed interest in deepening inclusivity in development and strengthening the vital systems all communities need, including health, water security, and education.
Governance was a consistent topic throughout the summit.