SNV advances sustainable development in Honduras with a strong focus on renewable energy, clean development and inclusive agribusinesses.
SNV initiated projects in Honduras in 1987. The portfolio has a strong focus on renewable energy, particularly biomass, with projects including bioethanol production from coffee waste, development of palm oil and jatropha value chains, clean development mechanisms, and carbon markets.Other focus areas are agribusiness, including coffee, fruits and vegetables; tourism, particularly related to strengthening community-based tourism SMEs; and public policy.
Current staff includes 16 professional with crosscutting experience in the public, private, and grassroots sectors.
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