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Development Works Here with Karina Perez Jvostova

Karina Perez Jvostova
November 24, 2021
< 1 Minute Read
Development works here because great people work here. We’re excited to introduce you to our team.

Guiding Principles for Integrating the Private Sector in Democracy and Governance

Kerry Dittmeier | Luke Waggoner
November 18, 2021
5 Minute Read
The private sector plays a critical role in advocating for better governance and strengthening democratic systems. So why are they often overlooked?

3 Questions with Markos Layton: Ensuring Oxygen Availability to Save Lives

Markos Layton
November 11, 2021
4 Minute Read
As the world enters a second year grappling with COVID-19, Oxygen Deputy Team Lead Markos Layton explains how we are supporting the procurement and distribution of one of the globe’s most vital commodities, life-saving oxygen.
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How Chemonics Is Mobilizing Finance for Development

Estefania McPhaul
October 28, 2021
6 Minute Read
Countries need to mobilize private capital to finance self-reliance. This blog introduces USAID’s Five Point Framework and showcases how Chemonics is mobilizing finance for development.
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3 Questions with Kouteba Al-Khalil on Creating Safe Education Systems for Syrian Girls

Kouteba Al-Khalil
October 27, 2021
4 Minute Read
Understanding the distinct challenges facing girls is central to stopping harm and addressing gender-based discrimination.

Leveraging Private Sector Approaches to Enable Patient-Centric Supply Chains

Rachel Harp
October 26, 2021
3 Minute Read
Leveraging private sector best practices and building public private partnerships are key to creating and sustaining patient-centered health supply chains.

A Conversation with Jennifer Swift-Morgan

Dr. Jennifer Swift-Morgan
October 18, 2021
2 Minute Read
Let's have a conversation with Jennifer Swift-Morgan, senior advisor at Chemonics, about building equity in education, fostering country-led development, and teaching and learning in Cameroon.
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The Malaria Vaccine Is Here, Finally. What Next?

Dr. Baz Semo | Mulamuli (Mula) Mpofu, PhD
October 15, 2021
4 Minute Read
The World Health Organization has recommended broad use of RTS,S, a malaria vaccine for children. Will this timely vaccine be successful in reducing malaria mortality in children? Possibly, but there are four critical factors to consider.
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Rapid Research and Behavior Change in Conflict-Affected Syrian Schools: An Oxymoron?

Niki Wood
October 8, 2021
5 Minute Read
How Syrian educationalists used rapid research to nudge teachers’ engrained discipline habits and behaviors.