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SNV has been advising development actors in Mali since 1979 and is a key partner for local authorities and other actors involved in decentralisation processes. We support local partners through a range of services, including Organisational Strengthening, Value Chain Development and Knowledge Networking. SNV's approach uniquely interweaves policy and practices; building partnerships between local, regional and national organisations. We focus our intervention in three lead sectors: Agriculture, Renewable Energy, and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene.

SNV's activities in Mali are led by Country Director, Jean de Matha Ouedraogo, based in Bamako.

 

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