Empowering local staff and stakeholders in MEL techniques and practices is essential to the sustainability of development efforts. We design and facilitate training for individuals across the world covering a wide variety of monitoring, evaluation and learning topics, including managing data, assessing data quality, using MEL technology, and considering ethics in MEL. By equipping individuals with the knowledge to implement quality MEL activities, we are promoting better project design, monitoring, management, and adaptation.
Applying CLA in Real Life
What is Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) and how can we apply it in real life? Hear from our technical experts about how they collaborate, learn and adapt in projects around the world.
Getting Buy-In for CLA
How can global development projects get others on board when it comes to the collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) approach? Our technical experts from around the world share their thoughts.
Making CLA Sustainable
How can global development projects and practitioners make CLA sustainable? Our technical experts from around the world share their thoughts.
The Case for Practical Techniques for Inclusive Classrooms
While efforts to improve inclusion of learners with disabilities are gaining traction with donors and ministries of education, those efforts largely focus on identification and disability mapping to get policy into place. Approaching inclusive education solely from the lens of policy development leaves the classroom teacher and the children she serves waiting. Practical implementation of…
Development Starts Here — A Pledge to Action for Diversity and Inclusion
This post originally appeared on Devex. So often international development professionals facilitate incredible change in the most challenging environments, yet it can be difficult to practice what we preach. By the very nature of our work with people from all parts of society, all over the globe, international development firms — including Chemonics — have,…
News: Chemonics Invests in Young Innovators’ Promising Development Solutions
On Tuesday, November 12, Chemonics awarded two teams of young problem-solvers with funding and ongoing support to continue development of their innovative solutions for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Presented by Chemonics’ Executive Vice President Jamey Butcher, the award was part of the company’s commitment as lead scale partner of the UNLEASH global innovation…
News: Chemonics Recognized as Industry Innovators for Second Year in a Row
The Government Innovation Awards, presented by Federal Computer Week, Government Computer News, Washington Technology, and Defense Systems, showcases the best examples of innovation in government IT. This year, Chemonics earned recognition under the industry innovators category for its contributions and leadership to advance the private sector’s vital role in the government IT community. The award…
News: Innovation, Technology, and Advancing the SDGs at ICT4D 2019
Digital technology has had a profound impact on global development across sectors and in many parts of the world. From April 30 to May 3, public, private, and civil society organizations from more than 80 countries will convene for the 2019 Information and Communications Technology for Development (ICT4D) Conference in Kampala, Uganda. Now in its…
Theory of Change: It’s Easier Than You Think
Imagine you are chronically late to work. If your goal is to get to work on time, you may have identified multiple reasons for being late. If you only consider one of these reasons and don’t identify root causes, which are simply other reasons for your lateness, you will continue to be late. One reason…