SNV news from the field

Within SNV's Kenya Marketed Dairy Programme, PUM-experts are involved for a longer period of time, to ensure a structured cooperation and building solid relations with companies and consultants.
Dailekh district celebrates a milestone in Nepal's journey to becoming open defecation free.
Linking smallholders to stable markets and improving their farming skills to meet supply requirements is a corner stone of the SNV Sustainable Markets approach.
SNV's corporate animation was nominated for an award at the IDleaks Awards 2015, a debate on the framing of development cooperation.

Step aside Ghana cocoa, there’s a new crop rising in the dryland savannah of Northern Ghana. 

SNV was an event partner at the 2nd Responsible Business Forum on Food and Agriculture which convenes 350 leaders from ASEAN governments, international businesses, financial institutions and agricultural associations, to help shape a more sustainable future for food and agriculture in ASEAN.
A call to action for menstrual hygiene was made during Volvo Ocean Race by SCA, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, WSSCC and many other Dutch partners, among which SNV.
Germany’s international broadcaster Deutsche Welle released a new video on SNV’s Mangroves and Markets (MAM) project, under the multimedia project Global Ideas.
In the aftermath of the Nepal earthquakes, SNV’s improved cookstove programme reaches the milestone of 50,000 improved cookstoves finding their way through the market.
As people around the world tip their glasses to salute World Milk Day and draw attention to the entire dairy value chain throughout June, an Ethiopian woman says every day is a celebration for her and her neighbouring smallholder dairy farmers.


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