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"The Community Empowerment Programme has been a very good tool in awakening the communities to appreciate the role that they need to play to improve their livelihoods." Find out how the Community Empowerment Programme impacted the lives of rural Ugandans in the detailed programme report.
On behalf of SDC (Swiss Agency for Development & Co-operation), SNV will lead a consortium with AVRDC (The World Vegetable Centre) and Swiss Contact in the Cambodian Horticulture Advancing Income and Nutrition (CHAIN) Project.
Banteay Meas continues its sprint towards becoming the nation’s first fully open-defecation-free (ODF) district.
Through SNV’s experiences in Cat Tien, important lessons have been learned regarding REDD+ development in Vietnam. Part of these lessons are anaysed and assessed in a new book titled ‘REDD+ on the Ground: A casebook of subnational initiatives.’
SNV Lao PDR advisors share their experience at the 3rd International Faecal Sludge Management (FSM) Conference in Hanoi.
The Improved Cook Stoves Programme in Lao PDR aims to become financially sustainable by the revenues of carbon credits.
80% of Cambodians work in rice paddies, yet earning a secure living from rice growing can be an impossible task for many smallholders, who barely grow enough to feed their own families.
What determines the success of inclusive value chain interventions? SNV and KIT have distilled the key elements for success from projects that achieved change with large-scale impact.
SNV's clean cookstoves programme is helping the Nepal government meet a goal of clean cooking for all by 2017.
Imagine if keeping your livestock healthy, actually harmed your prospect of reaching new markets?


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