Iraq is witnessing climate-driven displacement and conflict due to competition over resources in more water-scarce parts of the country.
Wud Salam is a senior communications manager at Chemonics International, with experience in social media management and communications for USAID/Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI) programs. Currently, she is managing the communications unit at the USAID/OTI-funded Iraq…
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Communicating inclusively is complicated yet crucial if we want to achieve sustainable change within our local communities and worldwide. Talking about how our style guides make us feel can help.
Chemonics launches vital resource for trauma-informed programming.
Sarah Linwick is an advisor and a writer-editor for Chemonics. Previously, she was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan, where she taught 16th- and 17th-century literature and college writing. Her Ph.D. is in English…
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Executive vice president Anna Slother transitions to the role of President, overseeing Chemonics' work with USAID
The Trauma-Informed Approaches to Development Toolkit is designed to support practitioners in seamlessly integrating trauma-informed approaches into the project stages of assessment, activity design implementation, monitoring, evaluation and learning, and staff care and engagement.
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The summit was held in Nairobi, Kenya, from November 14-16.
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In honor of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, learn how two Chemonics project offices took important strides in disability inclusion through internships.
Ivan Plis is a writer-editor and senior specialist in Chemonics’ Office of the CEO and the co-chair of ChemABLE, Chemonics’ employee resource group for disability inclusion.
World AIDS Day is December 1.
Establishing and cultivating resilient investment ecosystems is critical to enable sustained deal-making opportunities. This aligns closely with USAID’s priorities of addressing economic headwinds and promoting inclusive economic growth.