6.4 million lives improved in 2017

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May 2018

6.4 million lives improved

The results are in! In 2017, we improved the lives of 6.4 million people in Agriculture, Energy and in WASH activities, in 26 countries around the world. The full 2017 Annual Report will be released soon with more details. Read more. 

Business opportunities in household sanitation

In Rwanda, SNV is engaging the private sector to facilitate access to household sanitation facilities via the Isuku Iwacu project. Read Emmanuel's story.

Stopping at ODF is not an option!

A kebele in Ethiopia shows how esteem, competition and a recognition system fuel ambitions to end open defecation. Discover more.

The link between energy access and health outcomes

Can SDG3 be reached without energizing health? Our colleague Sinead Crane shares her thoughts after attending the SEforAll 2018 forum in Lisbon. Read more. 

Partnering for climate change

Ending poverty is only possible with increased climate action. SNV joins NDC partnership as an associate member to work together to achieve climate and sustainable development targets. Read more. 

Good health is the engine of growth

Healthy people are the foundation for healthy economies and societies. SNV contributes to SDG3 through the promotion of good health and well-being across all sectors. Read more.

Let’s talk about sex!

Talking about Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) is a taboo in Bangladesh. However, remaining silent increases risks for millions of women vulnerable to sex and menstrual health related diseases. Learn more.

Malaria-free women shea butter cooperative in Ghana

SNV's Shea Butter Community Commerce Project was awarded the most outstanding community intervention at the Zero Malaria Now Corporate Award Ceremony. Read more about the project.

#SheisWe - EOWE impact featured at EDD 2018

For this year’s European Development Days, the EU Delegation to the Republic of Kenya took the initiative to run a local campaign to showcase how EU and Member States interventions have impacted the lives of women and girls in Kenya. Discover more!

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