From innovation and inclusion to supply chain management, 2022’s top posts reflected the year’s hot topics.
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Chemonics commissioned local DC artist Tenbeete Solomon (aka "Trap Bob") to create an original mural at our new Chemonics-Washington office.
Chemonics commissioned local DC artist Pierre-Antoine Goho to create an original work of art for our new Chemonics-Washington office.
Hear from Chemonics President and CEO Jamey Butcher, Senior DE&I Director Kenya Dugger, and Senior Specialist for Community Engagement Paris Rossiter, as well as the artists.
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.
Practitioners of thinking and working politically see a project's implementers as political actors influencing the project's political context.
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Over the past several years, Chemonics International has championed the integration of evidence-based technical solutions with politically savvy approaches grounded in deep contextual analysis to achieve better and more sustainable development outcomes around the world. From…
Artem Shaipov, Task Leader for legal education reform for the Ukraine New Justice Activity, discusses the key steps in PDIA and why they are critical, drawing from his experience with legal education reform in Ukraine.
Alina Rocha Menocal, Principal Research Fellow in the Politics and Governance Program at ODI and Director of the global Thinking and Working Politically Community of Practice discusses the key trends in TWP for both USAID and FCDO.
How do political factors influence the loss of biodiversity and how do our projects take this into account? USAID’s Bureau for Development, Democracy, and Innovation and TWP COP share TWP applications within biodiversity programs.