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To Improve Water Management, Start Local

Owen Scott | Maria Fernanda Zermoglio
July 9, 2019
4 Minute Read
In the face of climate change, it’s more important than ever to support and strengthen communities' management of the water resources on which they rely.

5 Steps to Better Government Supply Chain Technology

Philip Lule
July 2, 2019
1 Minute Read
Our LMIS Advisor in Ghana Philip Lule shares key elements that are essential to addressing information systems implementation challenges in developing countries.

When Public Health Becomes A National Security Concern

James Riungu
June 27, 2019
4 Minute Read
As countries around the world grapple with infectious disease outbreaks, one USAID project in Kenya has adopted a new framework to ensure the health commodity supply chain for responding to public health emergencies is strong and sustainable when needed most.

News: Committing to Integrating WASH in Healthcare Facilities


June 25, 2019
3 Minute Read
Chemonics joined more than 70 organizations pledging to accelerate progress towards ensuring that all healthcare facilities worldwide have basic water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services by 2030 at a recent event hosted by Global Water 2020 and the Global Health Council.

3 Questions with Jennifer Swift-Morgan on Supporting Cameroonian Scholars

Dr. Jennifer Swift-Morgan
June 20, 2019
4 Minute Read
Jennifer Swift-Morgan discusses her upcoming stint as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar in Yaoundé, Cameroon and her desire to help prepare the country’s young academics, policymakers, program managers and social entrepreneurs to lead Cameroon’s sustainable development.

News: Partnering to Improve Lives in Frontier Economies


June 14, 2019
2 Minute Read
On Thursday, June 20, Chemonics will host Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School, Frontier Economies Logistics Lab (FELL) summer meeting in Washington, D.C.

A New Solution for Advancing Criminal Justice in Latin America

Ariana Szepesi-Colmenares
June 13, 2019
4 Minute Read
The impact investing model Pay for Success (PFS) has gained traction in the United States to support criminal justice-oriented programs. Ariana Szepesi-Colmenares asks: Shouldn’t the development community look more closely at PFS’ potential to achieve results in Latin America, too?