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3 Questions with Juan Felipe Sanchez Franco

Juan Felipe Sanchez Franco
March 24, 2020
4 Minute Read
A multi-sectoral approach is key to strong supply chains. Juan Felipe shares how this is critical in strengthening the teaching and learning materials supply chain.

The Case for Practical Techniques for Inclusive Classrooms

Audrey Spencer
March 10, 2020
4 Minute Read
Audrey Spencer explains why disability identification and policy reform alone can leave teachers and students waiting and calls for more immediate, practical techniques to create inclusive classrooms.
Woman talking to a community health worker in Indonesia

Recommendations for a Diverse, Sustained Health Workforce

Rachel Deussom
February 27, 2020
4 Minute Read
How do we establish higher-performing health systems to achieve universal health coverage? These three key recommendations focus on building a diverse workforce to deliver accountable, affordable, accessible, and reliable health care for all.
Chris Scott

News: Chemonics Announces New Executive Vice President Chris Scott


February 25, 2020
2 Minute Read
In his new role, Mr. Scott will oversee Chemonics’ global health and supply chain portfolio.

Three Models that Ensure Private Sector Engagement

Melissa Scudo Gasmi | Eileen Hoffman | Tracy Shanks
February 10, 2020
< 1 Minute Read
If private sector engagement (PSE) is a journey — with some companies farther along than others — then what is the role of international development implementers to better enable and facilitate that engagement?

News: Chemonics Releases SHEA Prevention and Response Toolkit


February 4, 2020
3 Minute Read
The free, open-access toolkit provides organizations with a step-by-step guide on how to lead training and set up systems to prevent and respond to sexual abuse.

How to Fail to Succeed

Michael Brown
February 4, 2020
4 Minute Read
How can we improve development efforts in environmental and natural resources and other sectors by more intentionally sharing and learning from our failures? Michael Brown explores the importance of creating a culture of reflecting on failures to address urgent conservation needs.
Antimicrobial resistance blog post

To Squash Superbugs, Look to Behavior Change

Oluwatimilehin Adeyemo
January 28, 2020
4 Minute Read
The misuse of antimicrobials is driving the rise of drug resistant pathogens. How can social and behavior change techniques compel individuals to use these life-saving drugs responsibly?

News: Chemonics Announces New Senior Vice President Julie Becker


January 27, 2020
2 Minute Read
New senior vice president for global health Julie Becker has built a career as an innovator at the intersection of reproductive health and HIV and will lead the technical strategy and implementation of Chemonics' health programming around the world.