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It’s the Behaviours that Count

Cynthia Eldridge
August 17, 2022
3 Minute Read
A look at some of the guiding principles critical to health market facilitation
Men and women sit at a table during a USAID briefing, listening to a speaker.

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.
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
5 Minute Read
Chemonics and Unbounded Associates launch new research and resources on centering youth in green workforce development initiatives.

Rethinking the Relationship Between Security and Development

Hannah Jackson
August 11, 2022
6 Minute Read
How do development practitioners and their security colleagues curb perceptions that security and technical experts have two seemingly disparate goals?

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.

Advancing Women’s Health Through Data and Partnerships

Alexandra Mierzwa | Alimatou Bio Toure Zohoun | Chloe Peebles | Angela Elong
July 18, 2022
4 Minute Read
The Global Family Planning Visibility and Analytics Network (VAN) platform enables access to shared data and increases communication between relevant stakeholders to strengthen health supply chains and empower communities in their reproductive and family planning choices.
Woman in forest waving to camera

Ecological Fiscal Transfers: Tying Ecological Indicators to Fiscal Policies

Alejandro López-Serrano
July 15, 2022
5 Minute Read
Ecological fiscal transfers compensate sub-national governments for their investments in nature.
Aerial view of the Cubango-Okavango River Basin

Conservation Trust Funds and the Cubango-Okavango River Basin

Brian App
July 12, 2022
4 Minute Read
Managing river basin resources across national boundaries can be challenging. Conservation trust funds, which are fit for context and purpose, offer a sustainable option.
Group of young people standing on the street looking up at camera

Cross-Sectoral Analysis Reveals Hidden Links to Youth Development

Ashley Hill | Katherine Centore | Andree’ Omoregbee
June 30, 2022
3 Minute Read
With the largest youth population in history at 2.4 billion, engaging young people in international development programming is critical in shaping their communities and the world.