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SNV work in Asia

Be inspired by the poverty alleviation through tourism development guided by the organisation SNV, Netherlands Development Organisation.

SNV presence in Asia started in 1980 in Nepal and has since expanded to Bhutan (1988), Vietnam (1995), Laos (2003), Cambodia (2005), and Bangladesh (2005). The 150 local and international advisors are working hand-in-hand with local actors in some of the remotest and poorest corners of Asia to strengthen their capacity to effectively realise poverty reduction and good governance.

To ensure tangible impact in poverty alleviation, SNV has chosen to offer capacity development services in five sectors:

Renewable energy/Biogas
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Smallholder Cash Crops
Forest Products
Pro-poor sustainable tourism

The SNV strategy for Bangladesh only include the sector of Renewable Energy/Biogas.
To learn more about at SNV and read the inspiring SNV work in the Asian continent.

This article is written by Majbritt Thomsen, administrator on ‘Views On Tourism’.

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Posted in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cooperation and network, Development, Nepal, Performance and management, Policy, Sustainability.

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