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April 2018

We live in an interconnected world. Three big debates define whether farmers will be able to feed their families in the future: farm support subsidies, trade policies, and migration. Read more. 

SNV joins the SEforALL Forum in Lisbon

Leaders from government, business, civil society and international organisations gathered in Lisbon to discuss how to further progress towards SDG7's targets. Our energy team joined the debate, bringing their experience on how to catalyse decentralised renewable energy markets, promote clean cooking solutions and how to tackle the 'last mile' energy access challenge. Read more about the event. 

“We feel a more explicit focus is needed for financing and better policies for decentralised renewable energy”

Tom Derksen, SNV's Energy Managing Director, speaks about sustainable energy access in an interview with our partner Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL). Read more. 

The OYEM project officially kicks off in Mali!

Young people in Mali often lack decent employment opportunities, leading to high levels of unemployment. The Value Chain Development and Youth Employment (OYEM) project aims to address youth unemployment by training 8,620 youth and creating 6,472 jobs. Discover more.

Case study: Lessons from Public Private Producer Partnerships (4Ps) in practice. Download Now!

Watch how SNV is promoting Inclusive Business in the garment sector in Bangladesh.

Urban sanitation in Bangladesh: a 'ticking time bomb' we must address

SNV Bangladesh Country Director visited our urban sanitation programme in Khulna city, where Ward 10 is now considered an urban sanitation model thanks to SNV and WSUP’s Faecal Sludge Management (FSM) enhancements. Read more.

Promoting handwashing with soap and behaviour change

SNV's Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A) approach is promoting handwashing with soap as one strategy to improve health and behaviour outcomes in Indonesia. Discover more.

Isuku Iwacu: a better future and a source of life for 500,000 Rwandan. Discover more in this video!

How to set-up business hubs for women entrepreneurs in rural areas?

SNV Vietnam via the FLOW/EOWE programme is boosting women entrepreneurship and supporting female farmers through trainings on climate smart agriculture, value chain, business management and leadership. Discover more!

SNV links pastoralists to livestock value chains to fulfil the exponentially growing demand for meat and increase the income of livestock farmers and pastoralists. Read more.

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