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Chemonics UK awarded a place on all seven High Value Lots of the Global Development Delivery Framework

March 4, 2024
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The UK Government’s Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) operates the Global Development Delivery (GDD) Framework as a procurement vehicle for international development services across seven technical fields.

Best of the Blog 2023

January 2, 2024
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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.
The Tajik Deputy Minister of Education and Science Abdulzoda presents a traditional Chakan embroidery to the principal of No. 2 Sagarejo Nugzar Chanturia Public School following a school visit.

Study Exchange Visits: Embracing an Impactful Opportunity

Jackson Wu-Pong
December 15, 2023
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In a blog originally written for the Basic Education Coalition, we unpacked how Study Exchange Visits can be an effective way of increasing collaboration, sharing learning, and improving development outcomes.
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How a Global Video Challenge Inspires Collaboration and Learning

Sevag Ohanian
November 9, 2023
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Chemonics’ Global MEL Video Challenge, an innovative initiative that fosters learning through annual video submissions, provides a platform for global teams to learn from each other.
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Unlocking the Power of “Super Levers” for Sustained Instructional Reform

Edward Landreth | Patience Suah | Camila Fernandez (Mathematica) | Josh Zoia (One World Network of Schools)
September 15, 2023
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Lessons from our collaboration with local and international educational experts on best practices for foundational literacy in Liberia.
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Unlocking Resilience: The Journey of a Trauma-Informed Education in Northwest Syria

Reham Jabbar
August 22, 2023
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Chemonics UK drew from its experiences with fragile and conflict-affected communities worldwide to support potentially trauma-affected individuals in Northwest Syria through its Syria Education Programme.
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News: USAID and Chemonics Partner to Support Basic Education in East Africa

May 3, 2023
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Through the READ IDIQ, Chemonics aims to improve student learning outcomes in basic education and expand access to education for all, particularly for vulnerable and marginalized populations.
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A Syria Education Programme Success Story: Meet Salma

Reham Jabbar
December 13, 2022
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Meet Salma. Salma is a member of the Founding and Elections Committee of the Association of Parents of Children with Disabilities at a special education facility, supported by The Syria Education Programme (also known as Manahel).
Two young women holding paper birds are part of a performance portraying life inside a forest, in front of the audience attending the launch event of the USAID Ecosystems/Protibesh Activity.

Enabling the Changemakers: Youth in a Just, Green Transition

Ashley Hill | Hailey Dougherty | Andree’ Omoregbee
August 12, 2022
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Chemonics and Unbounded Associates launch new research and resources on centering youth in green workforce development initiatives.