WASH in Niger helps improving health and lifestyle of over 450,000 people and 14,700 students in numerous schools and villages by introducing Community Sanitation Approaches.
The programme aims, in the long term, to provide access for all Nigeriens to a minimum of electricity for lightening and power through the promotion of a business model for the sale and assembling of solar multipurpose Portable Solar Unites
Fruits and Vegetables and Livestock/Pastoralism are sub-sectors of SNV Niger's engagement in Agriculture.
SNV Niger contributes to the development of the onion and cowpea value chains from production to processing and transformation, commercialisation and marketingMore on Agriculture
Examples in Renewable Energy include Electricity for everyone and Self-sustaining Promotion of Improved Cook Stoves.More on Renewable Energy
SNV is a non-profit international development organisation with its headquarters in the Netherlands and staff in more than 30 countries. For over 40 years, we have been working with national, regional and local governments, entrepreneurs and civil associations to fight poverty. Our advisory services are funded under public and private sources. We provide solutions and services in three leading sectors: agriculture; renewable energy; and water, sanitation and hygiene.
In Niger, we have been providing Capacity Development Services to local institutions and organizations since 1978 and are working in line with national poverty reduction strategies.
The country activities are steered by the Country Director, William Stringfellow who is based in Niamey.