With more than 40 years of experience in international development, Chemonics knows how to adapt to change and strategically apply lessons learned across projects around the globe. At the core of that expertise is our our dedication to monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL). We not only apply industry best practices for MEL in our existing work, but we ensure we are funneling that data into the way we design and implement future projects. In addition to drawing from innovative technologies and methodologies, we empower local staff, stakeholders, and partners to use quality data to drive meaningful change.
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Creating Opportunities for Youth in Agriculture
Uganda, which has the second-youngest population in the world, is creating economic opportunities for youth in the agriculture sector.
Advocating for a Vocal Civil Society in Nigeria
Nigerian citizens need more tools and resources to learn how to productively contribute to reform at the local, state, and national levels.
Innovation: It’s Not a Mystery
One of the most common areas of confusion when talking about innovation, especially in the development world, is the difference between being innovative, facilitating (or fostering) innovation, and creating a culture (or an ecosystem) of innovation. For practitioners who already face significant time and resource constraints, it can be hard to differentiate between these buzzword-y…
To Build a Culture of Data Visualization – Celebrate!
With each passing year and technological advancement, society creates more data. This much data can be both a blessing and a curse. We have an expectation that with more data, better decisions will surely follow. Of course, this assumes that we understand what the data is telling us. With so much data coming at us,…
Best of the Blog 2018
Check out our countdown to the most popular posts from 2018:* 10. Making Development Dollars Go Further By Spencer Parsons and Gabriel Gonzalez-Kreisberg It will require an extra $2.5 trillion to achieve the SDGs. Can the development community find creative ways to fill that gap? 9. How Can Countries Pay for Their Health Systems? Supply Chains Might…