SNV is a non-profit, international development organisation, established in the Netherlands in 1965. They have been present on the ground in developing countries for over 40 years, and now operate in 35 countries (WASH in 21 of those countries) in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Balkans. SNV’s 900 advisors in the field come from a variety of cultural and technical backgrounds, and over 60 per cent are nationals of the countries where we work.
Asia & Pacific International NGO Latin America & Caribbean Sub-Saharan Africa
2017 - 2020
City Wide Inclusive Sanitation Engagement in Khulna – Continuation of Support in Two Towns and Diffusion of Best Practices in National Flagship Programs
To strengthen, professionalize and scale the fecal sludge management approach in urban centers in Bangladesh by establishing Khulna as a model city
To further strengthen, professionalize and scale the fecal sludge management approach in urban centers in Bangladesh by establishing Khulna as a model city and capacity development for replication at different levels
2014 - 2018
Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A)
Focuses on strengthening capacity in four areas: steering and implementation of sanitation demand creation, sanitation supply chains and finance, behavioural change communication and WASH governance. Implemented in over 15 Asian and African countries.
Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All SSH4A, is being delivered by the Netherlands Development Organisation SNV and is working in nine countries on sanitation and water: Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nepal, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. These are being delivered via local capacity building and interventions to end open …
2013 - 2017
Demonstration of pro-poor market-based solutions for fecal sludge management in urban centers of Southern Bangladesh
To demonstrate financially viable and sustainable Fecal sludge management solutions for cities and towns in Bangladesh
The project has developed and tested city-wide sanitation service delivery models for the two main types of urban centers in Bangladesh (city corporations and municipality) and thereby directly improving environmental health and well-being of the population, as well as demonstrating to sector stakeholders: • How to integrate FSM business …
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