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News: Chemonics Tackles High-Priority Global Education Issues at CIES 2019


April 15, 2019
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This week, Chemonics presents at the 2019 Annual Conference of the Comparative & International Education Society (CIES) on sustainable education in conflict zones, early grade reading, book supply chain, and data- and technology-driven approaches to education.

When Projects Close: Lessons Learned from an Ex-Post Study

Ilisa Gertner | Caryl Merten
March 29, 2019
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An ex-post study of project impact can inform future programming and validate development approaches. But, what factors should implementors consider when planning such studies? Ilisa Gertner and Caryl Merten share their recent ex-post experience.

3 Questions with Robyn Tompkins on Planning Strategically for WASH in Botswana

Robyn Tompkins
March 22, 2019
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On World Water Day, water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) specialist Robyn Tompkins discusses Botswana’s journey toward secure, clean, and accessible water resources for its people.

3 Questions with Scott Short on Tackling WASH Challenges in Rural Communities

Scott Short
March 14, 2019
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Water and natural resource specialist Scott Short shares insight on tackling WASH challenges in rural communities.
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News: Chemonics’ Senior Vice President Philip DeCosse Discusses Food Security and Resilience in Nigeria at CSIS Event


February 14, 2019
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Senior Vice President Philip DeCosse represented Chemonics at Center for Strategic and International Studies’ event launching report on food and nutrition security in Nigeria.

Laying a Blueprint for Municipal Public-Private Energy Partnerships

Melusile Ndlovu | Suzi Kondic
February 7, 2019
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South Africa has committed to clean energy goals, but its municipalities must follow a detailed regulatory process for advancing public-private partnerships (PPPs). Melusile Ndlovu and Suzi Kondic share how one project is navigating this process, unlocking the power of PPPs for renewable energy.

Working the System: What We’ve Learned About Strengthening Accountability

Sarah Nugent
December 20, 2018
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What is the most effective way to strengthen accountability in our development work? Sarah Nugent shares a promising approach that enables civil society to circumvent political barriers and create power: clusters.

Who Says Math Isn’t Cool? Applying Mathematical Optimization in Public Health Supply Chains

Dr. Hua Ni
November 27, 2018
4 Minute Read
Health supply chain managers face limited resources and increasing responsibility to ensure the right medicines are in the right place at the right time for patients. Mathematical optimization allows them to make the best decisions possible with limited resources.
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“Imagine All the People” Living Healthy Lives: Personal Reflections on Themes from HSR2018

Rachel Deussom
November 16, 2018
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The recent Symposium on Health Systems Research called on global health professionals to think critically about what it will take to achieve the dream of health for all. Rachel Deussom believes primary health care services that espouse health promotion and prevention are the way.