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News: Partnerships and Innovation – Chemonics at #GHPC19


May 3, 2019
2 Minute Read
During CORE Group’s flagship Global Health Practitioner Conference, Chemonics joins global community health professionals to explore innovative health models and meaningful partnerships.

Disability Measurement Challenges: Not an Excuse to Delay Inclusive Education

Paige Morency Notario
April 11, 2019
5 Minute Read
As development professionals, we often get waylaid by measurement challenges in our pursuit of disability-inclusive education. Paige Morency Notario reminds us that when it comes to meeting students’ needs, it’s better to start somewhere than not to start at all.
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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.

When Projects Close: Lessons Learned from an Ex-Post Study

Ilisa Gertner | Caryl Merten
March 29, 2019
4 Minute Read
An ex-post study of project impact can inform future programming and validate development approaches. But, what factors should implementors consider when planning such studies? Ilisa Gertner and Caryl Merten share their recent ex-post experience.
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Innovation: It’s Not a Mystery

Hillary Eason
February 15, 2019
4 Minute Read
In this post, Chemonics’ Hillary Eason discusses her take on innovation and demonstrates how, regardless of the roles we play, we can all take part in bringing the next brilliant solution to life.
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To Build a Culture of Data Visualization – Celebrate!

Chris Gegenheimer
January 8, 2019
3 Minute Read
Data visualization isn’t only for ‘vizards’ or data pros. Chris Gegenheimer shares how we can all celebrate data; we simply need to build a culture around it.

Best of the Blog 2018


December 27, 2018
2 Minute Read
From socially inclusive development to a robotics club in Moldova, Chemonics’ staff members have shared their insights, opinions, and technical approaches on our blog.
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Tracking Distortions Versus Designing for Disruption

Spencer Parsons
November 1, 2018
2 Minute Read
Humanitarian professionals track market distortions to try to mitigate their effects. Meanwhile, development practitioners have been known to design market disruptions to innovate. But, whether you’re tracking distortions or designing for disruptions, monitoring and evaluation are crucial.

News: Chemonics to Speak Truth to Power at Evaluation 2018


October 25, 2018
2 Minute Read
Chemonics convenes its monitoring, evaluation, and learning experts for Evaluation 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio from October 29 through November 3.