SNV joins the climate debate at COP23

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SNV is attending and hosting a side-event at COP23
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October 2017


COP23: Creating affordable access to energy
Climate change will increase worldwide poverty if no additional efforts are made. Climate change adaptation and mitigation are intrinsic parts of our work to alleviate poverty. By providing affordable access to clean energy, increasing farmers' resilience and stimulating clean cooking solutions, we create economic, social and health benefits for families and businesses while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
SNV will attend the UN Climate Change Conference 2017 (COP23) taking place from 6 to 17 November in Bonn. We will also host a side-event on 10 November. Come and join us if you are at COP23 or join us online via @SNVworld or @SNV_RE on Twitter.


Read about our activities in October






Endev and SNV partner to create access to energy in refugee camp


The project will implement a market-based approach to deliver clean, safe and affordable cooking solutions to over 16,000 people and provide more than 21,000 with access to solar energy. Read more.


Clean Cooking: Talk does not cook rice


The Clean Cooking Forum in New Delhi, 24-26 October, was unanimous regarding the immediate need to help the 3 billion people who are still being exposed to harmful smoke from cooking every day. It is clear that clean cooking solutions need to be scaled up urgently - because the current pace is simply not good enough. Read more.




Resilient tomatoes – Grafting techniques offer new opportunities for Cambodian farmers


Bacterial wilting is a significant problem for smallholders in Cambodia during the wet season. The CHAIN project and the World Vegetable Centre are training farmers in grafting techniques to make crops more resistant. Read more.


Converging for Nutrition


Drawing on experience from the ENUFF project (funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation), SNV published a paper that provides insights and recommendations to create multisectoral programmes for nutrition. Read more.


Biogas – Transforming the lives of families in rural Ethiopia


The Aman family are one of 18,000 families to date benefitting from the Ethiopian National Biogas Programme. We visited their home to hear them talk about the many benefits provided to them by their biodigester. Read more.


Introducing clean cookstoves in Laos


SNV is accelerating the market for clean cookstoves in the Greater Mekong region by using payments by results (RBF) for producers. Learn more about our journey to stimulate this market. Read more.


Equality as the starting point


Mrs. Trieu Thi May is a cinnamon farmer from Northern Vietnam. She and her husband are community leaders, taking part in the SNV WEAVE project that promotes equal inclusion of women in the cinnamon value chain. Read her story.




SNV and partners launch the iWET project in Ethiopia


The Inspiring Water Entrepreneurship in Tigray (iWET) is a five year project that contributes to the improved health and productivity of rural communities in the Ethiopian Tigray region. Learn more about this project.
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