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Enabling Net Zero Markets: Greening Public Financial Management

Daniel Kim
December 20, 2022
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A nation’s ability to mobilize resources to combat and cope with climate change is primarily constrained by its resources and financial capacity, which vary dramatically across developing contexts.

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News: Chemonics Returns to Global Innovation Lab to Empower 1,000 Young Change-Makers to Save the Planet


December 15, 2022
3 Minute Read

Global development firm enables next-gen talents to develop and scale more than 200 sustainable, social, and environmental solutions that focus on achieving the UNs Sustainable Development Goals.

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Advancing the Green Economy Through Market-Based Approaches

Liz Keller | Greg Rulifson, Sustainability Advisor to BHA, ICF International
November 15, 2022
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Climate change threatens economic growth worldwide, and the application of market-based approaches to address development and humanitarian challenges is essential for building climate-resilient and sustainable economies.

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Making Central Bank Digital Currencies Work for Development

Daniel Kim | Eugénie Lund-Simon
October 7, 2022
5 Minute Read

Digital currencies have the potential to make a lasting impact on global development by being more inclusive and secure.

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How to Promote Meaningful Partnerships with Indigenous Peoples

Carlos Flores | Nataly Cruz-Castillo
August 26, 2022
5 Minute Read

Development priorities from donors and implementing partners have not always aligned with the priorities of Indigenous peoples. By adapting our approaches and promoting meaningful partnerships, we can achieve sustainable development that meets the needs of these communities.

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Why Conflict Analysis Matters for Economic Development

Bianca S Auriemo
August 15, 2022
4 Minute Read

In fragile and conflict-affected areas, promoting effective economic growth is impossible without a thorough understanding of local conflict dynamics. Without this, programs risk causing more harm.

3 Questions with CIO Anne Kottmeier on Technology and Innovation in Development

Anne Kottmeier
August 9, 2022
3 Minute Read

Chemonics’ new Chief Information Officer (CIO) Anne Kottmeier joins us with a wealth of global experience in information technology management in different industries. In this blog, she explores how technology and innovation are crucial to development, and what we can learn from others to enhance our impact.