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News: Chemonics’ Senior Vice President Philip DeCosse Discusses Food Security and Resilience in Nigeria at CSIS Event


February 14, 2019
2 Minute Read
Senior Vice President Philip DeCosse represented Chemonics at Center for Strategic and International Studies’ event launching report on food and nutrition security in Nigeria.

We Can’t Respond to Famine Caused by Conflict in the Same Way as Famine Caused by Drought

Michele Piercey
September 6, 2017
3 Minute Read
Peace and stability expert Michele Piercey offers three approaches to respond to food security emergencies in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, and Yemen.

Improving Nutrition Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Introducing a New Crop

Sanavbar Sherova
June 1, 2017
3 Minute Read
To address dietary deficiencies in Tajikistan, farmers are looking at an old crop in a new way.

Giving a Voice to the Little Guy: Advocacy in Agriculture

Molly Tutt
May 16, 2017
3 Minute Read
Smallholder farmers produce about 80 percent of food in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. Don't they deserve a voice in policy development?

Using Crowdsourcing to Map Displacement in South Sudan

Marie Maroun
April 20, 2017
1 Minute Read
How can humanitarians deliver food aid to South Sudan's Unity State with limited population data? FEWS NET is turning to thousands of users on crowdsourcing platform Tomnod.

A Day in the Life of Grace: Food Security and Nutrition in a Rapidly Urbanizing Africa

Lark Walters | Rob Henning
March 27, 2017
3 Minute Read
Urban food consumption may be a $1 trillion market opportunity by 2030. How can local entrepreneurs meet the needs of these consumers?

News: Chemonics Cracks the Nut in Bangkok


March 24, 2017
2 Minute Read
At the Cracking the Nut Conference in Thailand, our agriculture and food security experts explore innovative solutions to address urban food system challenges.

3 Questions with Chris Hillbruner: Why Famine No Longer Takes the World by Surprise

Chris Hillbruner
March 21, 2017
4 Minute Read
Chris Hillbruner discusses the causes of crises in South Sudan and other countries, and how governments make difficult decisions about emergency food assistance.