From climate change and conflict to vaccine hesitancy, 2021’s top posts reflected the year’s hot topics.
Check out our countdown of the 10 most popular* blog posts from 2021!
By Ahmed Al Khameri
Yemen’s conflict is a multi-layered and complicated power struggle that reflects historical grievances over political and economic exclusion as much as current domestic and regional practices.
By Clement Jaidzeka and Chloe Peebles
Regional mapping in West and Central Africa is helping find public-private partnerships opportunities in the global health supply chain.
By Estefania McPhaul
How can donors like USAID and implementors like Chemonics help lower cost and risk factors faced by the private sector to catalyze private capital in developing economies?
By Christopher Perine
What priorities should the global development community focus on to combat the climate crisis? Chris Perine shares three ideas in this video series.
By Sahar Tabaja, Ahmed Al Khameri, and Vieshnavi Rattehalli
If done right, a systems approach to conflict prevention can be powerful. But what does a systems approach mean in practice, and how might it be used in all stages of a project cycle?
By Dany Khy
As Chemonics launches its Center for Private Sector Engagement, its director Dany Khy shares our goals, approaches, and challenges for partnerships during the pandemic and beyond.
By Baz Semo, Julie Becker, and Mariam Reda
Countries around the world are rapidly assessing and advancing their readiness for COVID-19 vaccines, but success ultimately hinges on whether individuals are willing to accept the vaccine.
By Niki Wood
Development professionals often try and track change using just quantitative measures. Yet, words, not numbers, are often the most useful tools in our arsenal when seeking to measure complex change.
By Michael Ashford
If we aspire to meet the global goal of “availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all,” it’s imperative that we view our water and sanitation systems holistically and stop creating solutions for those systems’ discrete parts.
By Bongisiwe Mosekoa, Fikreslassie Alemu Kibret, Rachel Chaikof, and Branden Ryan
Two supply chain experts in Africa share strategies they’ve applied to build stronger, resilient, and inclusive health supply chains that expand last mile delivery to traditionally underserved populations.
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