Learning at Scale: Strategies and Evidence for Instructional Support

Chemonics' Senior Education and Governance Advisor Dr. Jennifer Swift-Morgan shares findings from the USAID-funded Lecture Pour Tous project on improving learning at scale for children in Senegal.
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Final Report: Soma Umenye

The objective of USAID Soma Umenye was to improve reading outcomes in Kinyarwanda for at least 1 million children in public and government-aided schools in Rwanda.
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Angela Elong

Technical Director, USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program – Technical Assistance Francophone Task Order (GHSC-TA Francophone TO)

Ms. Elong is a Global Health Specialist with more than 9 years of experience working in health supply chain programs including technical areas of laboratory systems strengthening, monitoring and evaluation, data management, HIV/AIDS, malaria, family planning.…

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Webinar: Driving Innovation While Managing Risk In Health Supply Chains

On Tuesday, May 17, 2022 we hosted a webinar on the challenges and best practices of managing risks and opportunities around health supply chains.
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Advancing Inclusive Development

Advancing Inclusive Development
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Growing the Next Crop of Agri-Tech Entrepreneurs Through Innovation and Scale

In Uganda, many farming families struggle financially. Three young Ugandan agri-tech entrepreneurs developed an innovative app and tapped talented young people to change that. A Chemonics project helped to bring their idea to scale.
Impact Story

Next Generation Early Grade Reading (NextGen) Activity

Since offering free primary education in 1994, Malawi has made remarkable strides in student enrollment, yet significant challenges to the quality of education have led to low literacy rates.
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Cross-Border Conflict Evidence, Policy and Trends (XCEPT)

The Cross-Border Conflict Evidence, Policy and Trends (XCEPT) research program examines conflict-affected borderlands, how conflicts connect across borders, and the factors that shape violent and peaceful behavior to inform effective policy responses.
Project Page

Parvez Asheque

Chief of Party of the USAID Advancing Universal Health Coverage (AUHC) project

Parvez Asheque is a finance and private sector engagement specialist with more than 20 years of experience in health system strengthening, resource mobilization, and market development.

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Rethinking Technical Assistance in Rapidly Changing Socioeconomic Environments

The successful design and implementation of technical assistance in a rapidly changing socioeconomic environment is contingent upon participatory and systematic feedback mechanisms between implementing organizations and the communities they serve. In this blog, we share lessons from the Community Support Program in Lebanon.
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Susan Pascocello

General Counsel

Susan Pascocello is Chemonics’ General Counsel. An international development executive and lawyer, Ms. Pascocello brings more than 30 years of progressive private and public sector legal experience, including 25 years working in different aspects of international…

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Fares El Zein

Task Order 3 Director, Community Support Program

Fares El Zein is the Task Order 3 director for the USAID’s Community Support Program in Lebanon. He has over 20 years of experience in project design, organizational and legislative development, advocacy, and provision of technical…

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