As the development community continues to support countries on their paths to self-reliance, there is an opportunity to further hone governments’ and local groups’ technical, financial, and management capacity to independently and sustainably oversee health programs. At Chemonics, we facilitate this process by integrating capacity strengthening, skills transfer, and organizational development into all our work, including global health. We recognize that strengthening capacity and commitment to champion health services and programs requires a shift from conventional formal training to more active, experiential learning. That is why we use multiple avenues to support government, civil society, and individual actors to advance their health goals — from self-assessments, peer learning and research, and communities of practice to social and behavior change communications, hands-on mentoring and coaching, and adaptable tools and policy frameworks.
Strengthening Capacity and Commitment in Health Programming .
Supply Chain Workforces in Pandemic Response
Health systems in low- and middle-income countries are facing the urgent pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch our webinar recording.
Patient-Centered Health Reform
Learn about Chemonics' approach to patient-centered care in Ukraine and how it has improved the quality of tuberculosis treatment while saving costs for the Ukrainian government.
Fikreslassie Alemu Kibret
Health Systems Strengthening Director, USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program–Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) in Ethiopia
Zambia Country Director, USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM)
Dr. Babar Shaikh
Health Systems Strengthening Lead, USAID Pakistan Building Healthy Families Activity