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South Sudan schools vie for the title in the country's first menstrual hygiene management debate.
Doing business in the global marketplace requires building trusted relationships between sellers and buyers. SNV's Co-operatives for Change helps co-ops and potential buyers establish and develop market linkages.
A multi-stakeholder workshop was organised by IUCN to analyse the achievements of the Mangroves and Markets (MAM) project and reflect on some of the challenges.
SNV Rwanda signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the Rwanda’s Ministry of Youth and ICT (MYICT) on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 aiming to create employment for 4,000 youth from across Rwanda.
SNV will be an event partner of the Responsible Business Forum on Food and Agriculture to be held on 23-24 June, 2015 in Hanoi.
Together with Crosswise Works, Professional Rebel and NABC, the IB Accelerator developed the programme for the Social Impact Trade Mission in Kenya.
SNV has joined the 4C Association, whose 4C standard is one of the major sustainability standards for coffee worldwide.
How to build on each country’s existing adaptation activities and integrate climate change into national decision-making to ensure it gets to the local communities that need it most?
Recently, the Kenyan news source Daily Nation reported that local traders and farmers in Kilifi county uncovered questionable public procurement practices - a problem that social audits are working to address.
SNV shares inclusive business approaches at EMRC AgriBusiness Forum DRC.

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