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News: Charting a New Course at #DevexWorld


June 4, 2018
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On June 12, Chemonics experts join other leaders and visionaries from around the world at Devex World to grapple with the changing development landscape and discuss ways to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

News: Blockchain as a Tool for Development Assistance


March 5, 2018
2 Minute Read
Directors Rob Henning and Nathan Williams will facilitate a discussion on using blockchain in international development at the D.C. Blockchain Summit.
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Resource Development in Nigeria: The Imperative for Social License to Operate

Zira John Quaghe
January 11, 2018
3 Minute Read
Can Nigeria beat the resource curse? Zira John Quaghe discusses a more inclusive approach to the mining and oil and gas sectors.

When Corporations Adopt Development Solutions: A Case Study from Peru

Manuel Ayulo
October 3, 2017
4 Minute Read
Why would a mining company decide to continue operating a development program after USAID's funding had ended? Manuel Ayulo explores an interesting public-private partnership in Peru.

News: At the Cutting Edge of Blockchain


March 6, 2017
2 Minute Read
Director Joshua Leland presents on applying digital distributed ledger technologies to development efforts at the D.C. Blockchain Summit, which takes place March 15 to 16.

Unchaining Modern-Day Slavery: Blockchain Offers a Real Solution

Kelly Cronen | Ashish Gadnis
January 24, 2017
3 Minute Read
The technology behind Bitcoin could help end human trafficking, according to BanQu Founder Ashish Gadnis and Chemonics Director Kelly Cronen.