Cambodia

Access to development

Improved, smart practices in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene reduce the risk of disease, improving the productivity and income of millions of families.

Powering development

We are helping to build a sustainable renewable energy sector in Cambodia while reducing poverty too.

Feeding development

Working with key actors in the agricultural value chain, we empower Cambodian farmers to make a better living

Approaching full access

Helping a whole district gain access to sanitation. Read more

Firing up renewables

Turning waste rice husks into useful energy. Watch video

Telling the story

Documenting progress in agriculture. Watch video

Latest news

On behalf of SDC (Swiss Agency for Development & Co-operation), SNV will lead a consortium with AVRDC (The World Vegetable Centre) and Swiss Contact in the Cambodian Horticulture Advancing Income and Nutrition (CHAIN) Project.
Banteay Meas continues its sprint towards becoming the nation’s first fully open-defecation-free (ODF) district.
The Royal Government of Cambodia through the National Climate Change Strategic Plan aims to adapt to the changing climate by promoting resiliency through improving food, water and energy security.
Cambodia’s Banteay Meas celebrates the declaration of the district’s newest open defecation free communes.
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Homepage photos by Nicolas Axelrod & Thomas Christofoletti / Ruom for SNV

Cambodia

From our 50 years of experience in development, we have found that combining the right approaches can create real improvements and lasting change in the lives of millions.

We have worked in Cambodia for 10 years, tailoring solutions to the local context and addressing people’s real needs. We aim to change the underlying systems that that keep poverty in place, and give people the tools to guide their own development.

Hand-in-hand with local actors, SNV Cambodia is working to:

 

 

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