At Chemonics, we work hand-in-hand with governments and local partners to address some of the world’s most challenging health issues, with the understanding that complex health problems require integrated solutions. We apply expertise and lessons learned from our work across sectors — in education, environment, gender, democracy and governance, economic growth, and agriculture — to support local actors and holistically address intractable health problems. We push today’s human resources for health agenda by drawing on our expertise from working in more than 20 countries to improve performance and productivity of health workforces. Our global health supply chain programming delivers essential commodities to more than 60 countries around the world. And we deliver essential health care in complex operating environments. For example, we ensure that communities across northern Nigeria have access to quality HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment services. With decades of experience operating in complex social and political environments, we know how to quickly mobilize resources, seamlessly adapt to change and strategically apply lessons learned across all our projects.
Messages for Life
The USAID Communications Support for Health project assists the government of Zambia in addressing health-related issues such as malaria, HIV/AIDS, maternal/child health, and family planning/reproductive health.
The USAID-funded Communication Support for Health project partners with the government of Zambia to develop public awareness campaigns to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Tuberculosis: Know, Be Aware, Have No Fear
Tips for primary health-care providers on how to avoid contracting tuberculosis when working with patients.
Saving For Health
USAID’s Maximizing Agricultural Revenue and Key Enterprises in Targeted Sites worked with Nigerian NGOs to help more than 900 women increase their income and improve child nutrition.
No Glove, No Love
Everybody has a right to safe sex. This video from the Zambian Ministry of Health and USAID provides guidance on how women can communicate with their partners to protect themselves and their futures.
Rwanda Family Health Project
The USAID-funded Rwanda Family Health Project worked with local partners to improve community-based family health services and deliver high quality care to the Rwandan people through institutional capacity building.
TB and HIV Co-management
In Ukraine, fighting HIV means fighting the threat of co-infection with tuberculosis. A USAID-funded program worked with health providers to improve detection and treatment of tuberculosis and enhance patient outcomes
Medical Workers Combatting TB
Learn how the USAID Strengthening Tuberculosis Control in Ukraine project addressed high rates of TB by developing a cascade training program to strengthen medical workers’ ability to treat and prevent the disease.
Fikreslassie Alemu Kibret
Health Systems Strengthening Director, USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program–Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) in Ethiopia