SNV worksin 39 countries and has worldwide1200 employees.In Nepal SNV implements programs since 1980in the Agricultural, Renewable Energy, and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene sectors. SNV has a strong track record in offering brokering, fund management, coaching and other capacity development services as part of an inclusive business approach to value chain development. This approach builds on the principle of upgrading value chains through the scaling of business, market or service innovations within most cases agribusiness companies as entry point. Along the value chain, opportunities are maximised to engage low income segments, innovate with climate smart investments and promote increased nutrition security based on “win-win” situations between the value chain actors.


  • 10th Thematic Learning Event, September 27, 2019. Theme: Commercial Pocket Approach -Overcoming Weak Market
  • 18th Executive Committee Meeting, September 11, 2019
  • The 4th Annual Conference, 14 June 2019, Kathmandu. Theme: Role of Provincial and Municipal Governments in Developing Market Systems