During the first week of April, SNV’s 12 Junior Professionals, along with 4 Dutch Young Water Experts, gathered for five days in Nairobi to partake in the SNV Way residential learning programme to develop the skills and capacities needed to be an effective SNV advisor.
For SNV’s Functionality of Rural Water Supply Services programme in Cambodia, it is important to know why supplies aren't functioning before you can fix them. A recently-completed survey sheds light on the situation and paves the way for using evidence to guide smart development.
With funding support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the UK Department for International Development (DFID), SNV Bangladesh and Khulna City Corporation (KCC) have launched a new pro-poor, market- based solutions project for faecal sludge management in Bangladesh.
This week SNV and the Dutch energy utility Eneco Energy Trading launched the first ever Programme of Activities (PoA) for Improved Cookstoves, which is set to posivitely impact 150,000 households in the Far West region of Nepal.
The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs is SNV’s main donor, providing the majority of SNV’s programme funding in the period 2007-2015. The IOB, the evaluation unit of the Ministry, has now published the official midterm evaluation of this programme spanning 2007-2011.
In honour of the UN’s International Day of Forests, SNV invites you to explore its ‘Promotion of the production and export of legal timber from community forests’ work in Djoum, Cameroon through a photostory of those involved at the local level.
Mozambique's new Project GOTAS will be improving rural livelihoods through through effective decentralisation of rural water and rural sanitation services as well as improving health promotion through active citizen participation in decision-making processes.
As part of SNV's participation in International Women's Day 2014, SNV Bhutan joined the country and its partners to celebrate by launching the female leadership manual entitled 'Strengthening Female Leadership in Farmers' Groups and Cooperatives'. Read more about our IWD activities.