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Corporate Partnerships

Creating shared value and sustainable impact for our clients and the communities where they work
Global corporations and the international development community have a shared interest in fostering a healthier, more stable, and more prosperous world. Corporate social responsibility and sustainability have become cornerstones of doing business in the developing countries. We believe the private sector can be a powerful force for creating meaningful change in the world and that complex sustainability challenges require locally-driven, multi-disciplinary solutions. Using assessment, design, implementation, and evaluation services, Chemonics helps create shared value, sustainable impact, and measurable returns for our clients and the communities where they work.

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Assessments & Studies

  • Environmental and social due diligence and assessments
  • Environmental and social baseline studies
  • Environmental, social, and human rights impact assessments

Management & Monitoring

  • Environmental and social management and monitoring programs

Implementation & Scaling

  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and sustainability strategy design, implementation, and scaling
  • Local supplier and workforce development and capacity building

Strategic Partnership Development

  • Coalition building
  • Public-Private Partnership development


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    Rachel HampshireRachel Hampshire is an international health and nutrition professional with over twelve years of experience. She currently serves as the Director of the Global Health Supply Chain Technical Assistance Francophone Task Order. Ms. Hampshire has developed technical approaches for proposals and ongoing programs addressing themes such as nutrition, water and sanitation, community health, and maternal and child health. She has experience working with USAID, UNDP, CDC, and a number of private sector donors. During the five years she spent in Burkina Faso with Helen Keller International and Axios, she implemented nutrition, education, orphan support and HIV projects. Past work has also included laboratory strengthening in Nigeria and contributing to the Five Year Evaluation of the Global Fund. Ms. Hampshire is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (RPCV) from Niger, and has an MPH from University of Texas Health Science Center. Her bachelor’s degree is in English literature with a minor in French from the University of Texas at Austin. Read more

    Oscar MutandaOscar Mutanda brings over 10 years of experience managing Corporate Social Responsibility projects for mining corporations in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He currently serves as the program director of the Ivanhoe Fionet Program, a healthcare partnership with Ivanhoe Mines and the Fio Corporation. Mr. Mutanda has technical and management expertise in community mobilization, training and development, program design, evaluation, and meeting quality and ISO requirements. Mr. Mutanda has extensive experience building relationships with national government officials, local and international NGOs, and international donors, including USAID, DFID, the World Bank, and the IFC. He holds an M.A. in international community economic development from Southern New Hampshire University and is fluent in French, Lingala, Tshiluba, and Swahili. Read more


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