Scaling Climate Action in the Asia Pacific through Inclusive Finance

Chemonics’ Climate Finance Advisor Joeteshna Zenos has built her career around inclusivity and locally led development, emphasizing gender equality to enhance women's roles in climate adaptation and access to climate finance.
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Martha Van Camp

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Chemonics’ chief of staff Martha Van Camp brings 20 years of experience in global development, strategy, and operations. Prior to assuming this role, Martha spent seven years at Dexis Consulting Group in senior management and executive…

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Strengthening LMIS in HIV Care and Treatment

Through USAID and PEPFAR support, the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project helped contribute to strengthening HIV care services with a donation of 58 computers in eight health re

InfoMed Software Supporting HIV Treatment

In the DRC, the Global Health Supply Chain-Technical Assistance Francophone Task Order helped improve the supply chain with the implementation and use of Infomed, a software that eased the transportation of HIV

Hope Means Change

Healthcare workers are the often unsung heroes of health supply chains. Hear from Andela Emmanuel, a nurse in Yaoundé, Cameroon who works closely with people living with HIV.

Chemonics’ Nigeria SHARP Research on HIV/AIDS

Director of Global Health Program, Baz Semo, shares insights on her work with the USAID Nigeria Strategic HIV/AIDS and TB Response Program (SHARP) TO1 & TO3.

USAID Supports Ghana’s Fight Against COVID-19

The USAID through the Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management project collaborated with the Ministry of Health and Ghana Health Service to help with vaccine distribution.

Strong Mental Health For Tuberculosis Care

How does mental health impact tuberculosis treatment? Hear from Chemonics Board Member Dr. Annika Sweetland and learn why multidisciplinary approaches are critical in the fight to end tuberculosis for good.

Young Logisticians Professionals Program in Benin

The Young Logisticians Professionals Program is tasked to promote young professionals to help health facilities avoid stock-outs, expiring medicines and over-stocked commodities in Benin, implemented under the the Global Health Supply

My Dream for My Children: Life without Malaria

Jean Paul Hategekimana is a dedicated husband, father, educator, and laboratory manager at Nyagatare Hospital in Eastern Province, Rwanda. He and his family live in an area with high rates of malaria. With support from the U.S. Preside

Supportive Supervision in Burkina Faso

Supportive supervision is a new method of supervision that fosters trust and relationship between the health staff and supervisors to improve the quality and services at various health center across Burkina Faso.