Webinar: Addressing Data Governance for Locally-Led Health Supply Chains

Led by moderator Simon Cole, GHSC-PSM Distribution Center Logistics Director, the panelists explored data stakeholders in local supply chains as they discussed data ownership, data sharing, and the challenges to obtaining good data in low- and middle-income countries. The session shed light on master data and data harmonization efforts in different country contexts, including efforts…

WINenergy: Women in Energy

The future of sustainable energy solutions is determined by the competition of ideas at the intersection of sectors and by the responsible choices we make as a society. With this in mind, Chemonics invites you to observe International Women’s Day and join us for Women in Energy (WINenergy), a webinar hosted by Chemonics’ Water, Energy…

Managing the Power Sector Transition to Renewable Energy

As the urgency to counteract climate change increases due to widespread weather-related natural disasters, efforts to ensure the uptake of renewable energy and lower global CO2 emissions must accelerate. On December 9, Chemonics convened a panel, featuring experts from the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), the Green Climate Fund, and Chemonics, and discussed post-COP26 global…

Addressing the Root Causes of Climate Migration

On October, 28, 2021, Chemonics partnered with Foreign Policy to convene a virtual dialogue to examine the nexus of climate and migration and the role of international development in tackling this urgent aspect of the climate crisis. By 2050, Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, and Southeast Asia will generate an estimated 143 million more climate migrants. Worldwide, more…

2021 Global Digital Development Forum Viewing List

This viewing list showcases the best in digital development for your learning and enjoyment. These sessions are from the 2021 Global Digital Development Forum, the second annual fully virtual conference dedicated to ICT4D. As a co-host, co-organizer, and sponsor, we facilitated and/or participated in 14 digitally innovative sessions. Lightning Talks From Small Nudges to Big…

A New Approach to Energy Governance in Development

Recent work shows the importance of understanding the political economy of the energy sector when designing interventions and adapting our approach to managing energy sector projects. To tackle the climate crisis and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, we need new approaches for improving access to modern, affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy. During this webinar, co-hosted…

Accelerating Progress Toward HIV Epidemic Control

An estimated 38 million people are living with HIV globally, yet only two-thirds are on the treatment. Chemonics applies a decade of experience to enable local stakeholders to accelerate the HIV/AIDS response. Chemonics partners with national and subnational governments, the private sector, and affected communities to build local capacity, strengthen health supply chains, and optimize…

Webinar: Addressing the Urgency of Data-Driven Supply Chains in LMICs

As highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic, data visibility for decision-making has moved from being “nice to have” to “essential” for global health supply chains. Visibility of commodity status from the top of the supply chain all the way down to the service delivery point or even the patient is critical to the resiliency of supply…

Innovation → Accelerating Progress Toward the SDGs

Innovation. Beyond its value as a buzzword, what does it mean for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals? Like those of the past, today’s challenges – climate change, global health security, sociopolitical unrest – demand innovative solutions. As development professionals, how do we adopt the mindset needed to foster innovative thinking? What lessons can we learn…

Vital for Life: Systems Thinking + Climate Change Adaptation = Improved Water Security

With the need for basic water services on the rise in lower-income countries, how can a systems approach ensure water and sanitation interventions are resilient to the impacts of external factors like COVID-19 and climate change? This event explored mainstreaming adaptation into water programs through a deeper understanding of the dynamic relationships of all stakeholders…