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3 Questions with Antonio Mussa: Cyclones, COVID-19, and Antimalarial Interventions

Antonio Mussa
June 11, 2020
4 Minute Read
Disruptive events like COVID-19 and natural disasters take the spotlight away from other harmful diseases like malaria. Antonio Mussa explores parallels from these events in Mozambique.

Tragic but Not Unique: Maternal Death in a Rural Clinic

Julie Becker | Emma Clark
May 5, 2020
4 Minute Read
This is the first in a series of maternal health blogs, setting the scene for a conversation about the challenges of offering quality care in lower volume, more basic health facilities.

3 Takeaways from Testing the Gender Competency Framework in Ethiopia

Andrea Poling | Samantha Law
April 7, 2020
3 Minute Read
How do family planning service providers consider gender when counseling their clients? Here’s what HRH2030 learned in Ethiopia.
Woman talking to a community health worker in Indonesia

Recommendations for a Diverse, Sustained Health Workforce

Rachel Deussom
February 27, 2020
4 Minute Read
How do we establish higher-performing health systems to achieve universal health coverage? These three key recommendations focus on building a diverse workforce to deliver accountable, affordable, accessible, and reliable health care for all.
Chris Scott

News: Chemonics Announces New Executive Vice President Chris Scott


February 25, 2020
2 Minute Read
In his new role, Mr. Scott will oversee Chemonics’ global health and supply chain portfolio.
Antimicrobial resistance blog post

To Squash Superbugs, Look to Behavior Change

Oluwatimilehin Adeyemo
January 28, 2020
4 Minute Read
The misuse of antimicrobials is driving the rise of drug resistant pathogens. How can social and behavior change techniques compel individuals to use these life-saving drugs responsibly?

News: Chemonics Announces New Senior Vice President Julie Becker


January 27, 2020
2 Minute Read
New senior vice president for global health Julie Becker has built a career as an innovator at the intersection of reproductive health and HIV and will lead the technical strategy and implementation of Chemonics' health programming around the world.
Botswana pharmacist and patient

Communities Together —Accelerating Uptake of Promising New HIV/AIDS Medicines

Nagesh Borse
December 6, 2019
< 1 Minute Read
With potential new HIV treatment options on the horizon, how can a successful transition between regimens be secured at a country and local level? Drawing on our USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project’s recent role in the transition to TLD – the currently preferred first-line ARV – we share some advice.