Meike van Ginneken announced as new SNV CEO

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September 2017


Meike van Ginneken announced as new SNV CEO, starting 1 January 2018.
"It is the perfect moment to have a new Chief Executive Officer at a time when SNV has reinvented itself.” says SNV Supervisory Board Chairman Koos Richelle.
During a period of transition in which the subsidy from the Dutch government gradually ended, the organisation successfully applied for project funding. In 2016 SNV had an annual turn-over of €112 million from 75 international governmental and private donors. Koos Richelle says, “In 2016 we reduced poverty for over 6 million people. Our continued growth will enable us to further scale our work in Agriculture, Energy, Water and Sanitation.”  Learn more about this announcement on the SNV website.
Read about our activities in September 






A more productive, higher tech farm - Thanks to biogas


Biogas has led to a more productive and technologically advanced farm for cattle raiser Adolfo Matus. To achieve this result, Adolfo installed a large scale bio-digester system at his Santa Lucia farm and uses the biogas produced to generate enough energy  to power a mechanical milking machine, for cooking and to produce biol, a by-product of biogas. Read more.


SNV experts to present at Clean Cooking Forum  


The Clean Cooking Forum, which will take place 24-26 October is a landmark, biennial gathering of people working to accelerate the production, deployment, and use of cleaner, more efficient cookstoves and fuels. Read more.






Is demand creation enough to reach sustainable ODF status at scale?


Behavioural change is needed to ensure real and sustainable improvements in eradicating open defecation within communities. However, the question remains: how do we get communities to stop open defecation and sustain open defecation free practices? Read more.


SNV joins the debate @ World Water Week 2017


SNV attended World Water Week 2017 which took place in Stockholm from August 27 to September 1. This year’s event addressed the theme of “water and waste: reduce and reuse”. Read more.




Celebrating Global Goals Week: contributing to sustainable development


Global Goals Week 2017 took place from 18 - 24 September. SNV’s work contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. During the Global Goals week campaign, we highlighted how. Read more.


Spice of equality, the inspiring story of a 94 year old cinnamon farmer


Ms. Trieu Mui Pham supported many households in her community to lift themselves out of poverty. We visited Ms. Pham at home, nestled in a cinnamon forest, to talk with her about her inspiring life story. Read more.




Female-led enterprise financing solutions


Financial services for low-income people are key to poverty reduction. The EOWE project in Kenya and Vietnam facilitates female-led enterprises to gain access to credit, allowing them to grow. Read more.


Empowering youth through savings


Two of the most important strategies for youth asset development are savings and entrepreneurship. To support young people to gain access to savings and credit, SNV has implemented the Youth Savings and Lending model in the OYE project in Rwanda, Tanzania and Mozambique. Read more.
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