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"Everyone in this area earned a decent living from natural scallops.

SNV's Balancing Benefits approach is empowering women farmers with key skills.
Success in Pathoumphon district spearheads Laos PDR's progress toward sanitation for all.
Our offices around the world came together to share experiences from the past 50 years and looked ahead to a future where we will continue to realise our goals.
On July 13, the Improved Cook Stoves production area at the Lao Disabled Women's Development Centre was officially opened, and participants underwent training to learn how to make ICS.
SNV is proud to announce the appointment of Koos Richelle to the SNV Supervisory Board.
The Citizen's Edward Qorro reports on how SNV's Girls in Control programme is opening doors for schoolgirls in Tanzania.
The Chonicle's Msilisi Dube reports on the challenges taboos around menstruation cause for rural schoolgirls in Zimbabwe.
Monica Oliveros-Delgado presents SNV's HIT model at a conference on vocational education and training in development cooperation, organised by the European Commission's Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development.
SNV and PUM have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, building a strong foundation for cooperation. PUM is a Dutch foundation whose senior experts provide business advice and technical assistance to organisations in developing countries and emerging markets, taking away bottle necks and facilitating sustainable paths for growth.


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