Chemonics News and Blog
Why Holistic Inclusion Matters for Stabilization Programs
Gender Equality and Social Inclusion September 28, 2022
5 Minute Read
Understanding the context of a place is one of the first tasks of a stabilization program, and the social fabric of a community is critical to that knowledge.Learn More
Perspective: Marvie Javed on Climate Change and the Flooding in Pakistan
Climate Change Environment and Natural Resources Recovery and Reconstruction September 22, 2022
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The catastrophic flooding in Pakistan demonstrates both the devastating consequences of climate change and how communities that are the least responsible for climate change can be most affected. Marvie Javed, a Lahore-based senior specialist at Chemonics, shares her perspective.Learn More
3 Questions with Jennifer Simpson on Applied Research in International Development
Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning September 12, 2022
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Chemonics’ senior advisor for applied research shares her thoughts on why research is so critical to continue learning and furthering our impact in international development programs.Learn More
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News: Chemonics Joins Partners in Anacostia River Cleanup Event
November 29, 2021
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On November 20, Chemonics partnered with local, regional, and global environment and youth organizations in the UNLEASH: Race for Oceans – D.C. Cleanup Event.
Why Glasgow’s Climate Talks Should Warm to Resettlement for Small Island States
June 3, 2021
4 Minute Read
Rising sea levels brought about by global warming endanger climate-vulnerable islands. The enormity of the practical, psychological, and political challenges surrounding moving entire communities is sinking planned relocation efforts. Policymakers need logistical and strategic support, to share knowledge, and work with neighboring states to prioritize and initiate resettlement planning, argues Kristen Donnelly.