Final Report: Libya Transition Initiative 3

From May 2017 to February 2022, LTI 3 sought to prevent further deterioration in political and security conditions in Libya while preserving as much space as possible for eventual political compromise, unified civilian leadership, reconciliation, and positive political transition. The program worked in strategic communities where stability is most fragile while seizing windows of opportunity…

Final Report: Haiti Justice Sector Strengthening Program

Haiti needed a functional justice system for its citizens to emancipate economic development and lift Haiti out of extreme poverty To do so, JSSP used strategies with various stakeholders to adopt a modernized Haitian penal procedural code, replacing the outdated 1835 version. Legislations to accompany the code, such as the laws on prosecutors, and the…

Final Report: USAID/OTI Burkina Faso Regional Program

BFRP leveraged its $9.5 million transition activities pool (TAP) to implement 220 activities supporting locally led solutions to address the most pressing sources of instability in the program’s target communities. BFRP awarded grants to 114 partners consisting of local non-governmental organizations (NGOs), community groups, and host-country government offices. BFRP cleared its first activity in October…

Learning from All Children Reading Technical Briefs

From 2015 through 2021, Chemonics led multiple early grade reading reform activities under the USAID All Children Reading Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Contract. These activities include programming in Senegal to support the Ministry of National Education’s Lecture Pour Tous program; in Rwanda under the Soma Umenye project; and in Tajikistan for the Read with Me project.…

WINenergy: Women in Energy

The future of sustainable energy solutions is determined by the competition of ideas at the intersection of sectors and by the responsible choices we make as a society. With this in mind, Chemonics invites you to observe International Women’s Day and join us for Women in Energy (WINenergy), a webinar hosted by Chemonics’ Water, Energy…

Monitoring and Evaluation Strategies for Disability Inclusion in International Development

Integrating disability inclusion into international development programming is critical to achieving inclusive development goals. This guide is intended to support proposal and project teams in meeting requirements for disaggregated participant data (or other disability inclusion measures) and to integrate disability inclusion into their monitoring and evaluation plans. It includes background on data and disability inclusion,…

UNGC Communication on Progress: January 2022

Chemonics became a member of the UNGC in 2018. The UNGC is a voluntary global movement of companies committed to proactive and ethical business practices. The annual UNGC Communication on Progress details the actions that Chemonics has taken to uphold the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the UN’s 10 universally accepted principles. This report…

Defining and Advancing a Gender-Competent Family Planning Service Provider: Competency Framework and eLearning Course

Around the world, gender norms influence the ability of individuals, couples, and families to meet their desired family planning needs. Provider bias and power imbalances in client-provider and client-client interactions impact the quality and accessibility of family planning reproductive health service providers who have great potential to be change agents. As they overcome biases and…

Final Report: Tajikistan Read with Me Project

From 2016 to 2021, The USAID Read with Me Project (RWM) improved reading outcomes in Tajikistan by increasing the availability of reading materials in 80% of Tajik schools, training 75% of primary school reading teachers in modern training techniques, leveraging $2 Million in funds to support literacy activities through innovation and partnerships, and increased government…

Media Release for #Wildeye Southern Africa

Wildlife crime in Southern Africa has become easier to track and harder to hide, as Oxpeckers Investigative Journalism launches Africa’s first geomapping tool designed to follow seizures, arrests, court cases and convictions in the region. Check out the media release for #Wildeye Southern Africa, the new online tool developed by Oxpeckers Investigative Environmental Journalism, with…

Mobilist Factsheet 2021

Mobilising Institutional Capital Through Listed Product Structures (MOBILIST) works to help public listed markets play a more significant role in development and climate financing.

Managing the Power Sector Transition to Renewable Energy

As the urgency to counteract climate change increases due to widespread weather-related natural disasters, efforts to ensure the uptake of renewable energy and lower global CO2 emissions must accelerate. On December 9, Chemonics convened a panel, featuring experts from the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), the Green Climate Fund, and Chemonics, and discussed post-COP26 global…