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News: Partnering to Improve Lives in Frontier Economies


June 14, 2019
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On Thursday, June 20, Chemonics will host Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School, Frontier Economies Logistics Lab (FELL) summer meeting in Washington, D.C.

Building the Tech Workforce through Private Sector Engagement

Doina Nistor | Eileen Hoffman
May 31, 2019
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In Moldova, the “golden triangle” of collaboration among industry, government, and academia is transforming the technology sector. Here’s the recipe for success from the Moldova Competitiveness Project.

Land and Property Rights Meet the SDGs: Reflections from the 2019 World Bank Land and Poverty Conference

Michael Brown
May 23, 2019
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Michael Brown shares key themes from the World Bank Land and Poverty Conference – reminding us that we still have a long way to go when it comes to addressing land and property rights.

News: Chemonics at the 72nd World Health Assembly


May 16, 2019
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Chemonics will host two side events on global health security and quality assurance in parallel with the 72nd World Health Assembly in Geneva.

News: Innovation, Technology, and Advancing the SDGs at ICT4D 2019


April 26, 2019
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At the 2019 Information and Communications Technology for Development Conference, experts from more than 70 countries convene to share technological innovation and explore the role of technology in global development.

News: Chemonics Tackles High-Priority Global Education Issues at CIES 2019


April 15, 2019
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This week, Chemonics presents at the 2019 Annual Conference of the Comparative & International Education Society (CIES) on sustainable education in conflict zones, early grade reading, book supply chain, and data- and technology-driven approaches to education.

Harnessing Technology to Address Gross Human Rights Violations

Patricio Toussaint
April 9, 2019
4 Minute Read
To hold government accountable, CSOs must go beyond traditional efforts to combat human rights violations by collaborating with others, including the information and communications technology sector, to maximize their impact.
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Good, Cheap, Fast – Pick Two

Chris Gegenheimer | Leslie Sage
April 3, 2019
1 Minute Read
Not every context is right for an off-the-shelf software solution. Just because a product exists, it doesn’t mean the collaboration with a vendor will be successful. Chris Gegenheimer shares a few key factors for success from an implementer’s perspective.