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The Politics of Biodiversity: Two Experiences with Thinking and Working Politically

Carolyn Heaps
November 29, 2018
4 Minute Read
What does thinking and working politically on biodiversity projects look like? Carolyn Heaps shares experiences and lessons learned from projects in Guatemala and Indonesia.

News: Chemonics at Global Innovation Week


September 28, 2017
2 Minute Read
During Global Innovation Week on September 27 and 28, Chemonics announced its commitment to innovation in global development and USAID awarded Digital Development Awards to two Chemonics-implemented projects.

Wildlife and Plant Trafficking – Is Prohibition the Only Answer?

Steve Collins
October 26, 2016
4 Minute Read
Rural development expert Steve Collins questions whether merely prohibiting wildlife and plant trafficking is enough to curb these widespread crimes.

Diffusing Land-Use Conflict with Science and Transparency

Brian App
September 6, 2016
3 Minute Read
Brian App discusses a model for resolving land-use conflicts using GIS mapping and transparent stakeholder discussions.

Meet 3 Animals that Tell Us About the Health of the Philippines’ Forests

Ronet Santos
July 20, 2016
4 Minute Read
The Visayan hornbill is one of several forest-dependent species whose presence is an indication of good forest health in the Philippines. Photo: Noel Labutap (USAID/B+WISER)

5 Surprising Facts About Indonesia — and Why They Matter for Global Development

Matthew R.G. Regan
June 30, 2016
4 Minute Read
Indonesia may not be near the top of the list of countries people think of when they think about development. According to Matthew Regan, there are many reasons why it should be.

News: Secretary of State John Kerry Visits Projects in Moldova and Indonesia


December 12, 2013
2 Minute Read
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry recently visited Chemonics’ projects in Moldova and Indonesia, taking time to meet with government officials and project beneficiaries.