Daniel Vose is a director in Chemonics’ Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and Afghanistan region. Specializing in economic growth, governance, and stabilization in fragile contexts, Vose has worked with Chemonics since 2010. His portfolio has included the Iraq Governance Strengthening Project, Tunisia Business Reform and Competitiveness Project, Syria Sub-Grant Management Program, and Syria Education Programme. He has also contributed to the design of Chemonics job creation programming including in Iraq, Tunisia, and Jordan.
Negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghanistan government are raising hopes for peace. Chemonics explains why now is the time to address the key areas needed for the country to achieve its economic potential, to help ensure a lasting peace.