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More Than an Afterthought: Disability Inclusion as Essential for Economic Growth

Patrick Rader | Liz Keller
January 20, 2022
4 Minute Read
USAID’s 2021 Economic Growth Policy identified inclusive economic growth as the driver to reduce extreme poverty, and a lack of inclusion as a key barrier to enterprise-driven economic growth. Why then, is inclusion in implementation often an afterthought?
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3 Questions with Chris Perine on Chemonics’ Climate Group

Christopher Perine
January 18, 2022
3 Minute Read
As the world continues to grapple with climate change, Chemonics’ Climate Group Managing Director Chris Perine explains how the Climate Group is working to reduce our global footprint.
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How 58 Policies Are Helping Guide Ecological Restoration in Brazil

Corey Quinlan Taylor
December 29, 2021
4 Minute Read
A review of 58 Brazilian national and state environmental policies charts a new path for the restoration of natural areas in the Matopiba region of the Cerrado biome, known as Brazil’s new agricultural frontier.

Three Successful Approaches for Reducing the Malaria Burden in Mozambique

Mulamuli (Mula) Mpofu, PhD | Dr. Baz Semo | Antonio Mussa | Carey Walovich
December 13, 2021
4 Minute Read
In Mozambique, through the Integrated Malaria Program (IMaP), our work with the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) led to successful outcomes, including reduced malaria mortality.

Putting People at the Heart of Rule of Law Programming

Rebecca Duke
December 8, 2021
4 Minute Read
Rebecca Duke, a senior associate in the Democracy and Governance Practice at Chemonics, shares three Lessons for operationalizing a new mindset for people-centered justice in global development.

Safeguarding Women and Girls with Disabilities During Natural Disasters and External Shocks

Marcie Roth | Elizabeth Harrell
December 3, 2021
5 Minute Read
Women and girls with disabilities must have a seat at the table when planning for natural disasters and pandemics long before they occur.

Development Works Here with Karina Perez Jvostova

Karina Perez Jvostova
November 24, 2021
< 1 Minute Read
Development works here because great people work here. We’re excited to introduce you to our team.

Guiding Principles for Integrating the Private Sector in Democracy and Governance

Kerry Dittmeier | Luke Waggoner
November 18, 2021
5 Minute Read
The private sector plays a critical role in advocating for better governance and strengthening democratic systems. So why are they often overlooked?