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The War in Ukraine and the Future of Global Food Security

Garron Hansen | Tetyana Dudka
November 22, 2022
2 Minute Read

What bold choices and scalable changes can we make to potentially meet the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly Goal 2: End Hunger? Today’s lessons from Ukraine and worldwide shed light on our global dual reality: There is hope — and the stakes have never been higher.

News: Chemonics Invests in Young Innovators’ Promising Development Solutions


December 5, 2019
3 Minute Read

The company’s investment of cash and in-kind services recognizes scalable solutions to global development challenges created at recent UNLEASH global innovation lab.

She Is an Agripreneur: Enabling Female Entrepreneurship in Agribusiness

Hailey Dougherty
October 22, 2019
4 Minute Read

When economically empowered, women reinvest in their communities — leading to greater self-reliance, prosperity, and food security. To support these outcomes, the development community should adopt high-impact initiatives for female entrepreneurs in the agriculture sector.

3 Questions with Cynthia Steen on Transforming Moldova’s Agriculture Sector

Cynthia Steen
May 21, 2019
5 Minute Read

In Moldova, agricultural producers are diversifying their markets, while brokering new relationships and harnessing innovative technologies. Cynthia Steen discusses challenges and successes in this venture.

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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.