SNV news from the field

A delegation from the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Juba visited some of SNV’s projects to meet with and talk to its beneficiaries.
Seven new villages officially declared open defecation free through SNV's Sustainable Sanitation & Hygiene for All+ programme.
We have received good news from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the strategic partnership on evidence-based advocacy.
SNV states that the claim made on that SNV Netherlands Development Organisation co-financed IFAD's 'Vegetable Oil Development Project - Phase 2' in Uganda is completely incorrect.
SNV in Lao PDR has been partnering with CIAT in Champassak and Salavan Provinces to support an inclusive business model for the farming of cassava.
Farmers should invest in fodder production to increase milk production and, ultimately, to cut costs.
Global civil society urges UN member states to ensure that the Declaration of the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda includes an explicit reference to the criterion that "no target should be considered met unless it is met for all social and economic groups".
How can we feed a world population of 9 billion in 2050 when there are currently over 800 million people going hungry every day?
In a closing project workshop held in Khammouan Province on January 26, 2015, representatives from SNV in Lao PDR shared some of the achievements, outcomes, impacts, experiences and learnings from the Building Income, Independence, and Empowerments for Farmers (BIIE) rice project.
The UK Government-funded Sustainable Sanitation & Hygiene for All Results programme has been officially launched in Uganda, with the first five villages declared open defecation free.


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