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3 Questions with Dany Khy on Chemonics’ New Center for Private Sector Engagement

Dany Khy
February 25, 2021
4 Minute Read
As Chemonics launches its Center for Private Sector Engagement, its director Dany Khy shares our goals, approaches, and challenges for partnerships during the pandemic and beyond.

What Does a Systems Approach to Conflict Prevention Look Like?

Sahar Tabaja | Ahmed Al Khameri | Vieshnavi Rattehalli
February 23, 2021
5 Minute Read
If done right, a systems approach to conflict prevention can be powerful. But what does a systems approach mean in practice, and how might it be used in all stages of a project cycle?

News: Chemonics and Reading Partners Bring High-Quality Literacy Tutoring to D.C. Elementary Schools


February 15, 2021
3 Minute Read
Chemonics International and Reading Partners are pleased to announce their partnership for the 2020–2021 school year, bringing high-quality literacy tutoring to elementary schools in Washington, D.C.

From the Highlands to the Deltas: Why We Need Integrated Water Security Programming

Brian App
February 11, 2021
5 Minute Read
Integrating water supply, sanitation, and hygiene development efforts with work in livelihoods, watershed management, and biodiversity conservation results in improved outcomes for each sector. Brian App shares key lessons from projects in southern Africa.
women riding on motorbike

Combatting Human Trafficking During COVID-19

Heather Goldsmith
January 27, 2021
5 Minute Read
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased opportunities for human traffickers to exploit people with limited financial means. Based on her work in Myanmar, Heather Goldsmith suggests how development partners can adapt their approaches to educational outreach on combatting trafficking to vulnerable communities.

The Case for Youth Engagement in the Program Design Process

Katherine Centore | Ashwin Suryavanshi
January 20, 2021
5 Minute Read
The development community cannot effectively design and implement programs for youth without youth at the table. Here are a few approaches to doing just that.
A woman with a basket on her head walks down a road in Sanaa, Yemen.

Creating a Sustainable Peace Deal in Yemen: A Discussion with Ahmed Al Khameri

Ahmed Al Khameri
January 19, 2021
4 Minute Read
Investing in understanding Yemen's local conflict drivers and integrating this knowledge into peacebuilding and stabilization efforts is central to addressing the complexity that characterizes and feeds the ongoing crisis.