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Climate Change Adaptation
Climate Change Knowledge Network in Indian Agriculture (CCKN-IA)
Climate Change Adaptation
Forests and Climate Change Programme (FORCLIME)
Climate Change Adaptation
Global Climate Change Alliance in Timor-Leste
Climate Change Adaptation
The Umbrella Programme for Natural Resource Management (UPNRM)
Agriculture
ASEAN Sustainable Agrifood Systems (ASEAN SAS)
Agriculture
Better Rice Initiative Asia (BRIA)
Agriculture
Sustainable Agriculture (NAREN)
Biodiversity
Biodiversity and Climate Change (Bioclime)
Biodiversity
Biodiversity-Based Products as Economic Source for Nature Conservation
and Livelihood Development (BBP)
Biodiversity
Conservation and Management of Biodiversity in Kyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Biodiversity
BiodiversityConservation and Sustainable Use of Forest Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
Biodiversity
Conflict Sensitive Resource and Asset Management Programme (COSERAM)
Technical Cooperation Module 2 Indigenous Practices for Biodiversity Conservation (IP4BioDiv)
Biodiversity
Incentive for Sustainable Biodiversity Management (ISBM)
Biodiversity
Institutional Strenthening of the Biodiversity Sector in ASEAN
Biodiversity
Protection of Biological Diversity in the ASEAN Member States in Cooperation
with the ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity Program (CARE4BioDiv)
Hills to Ocean
Blue Solutions
Hills to Ocean
Integrated Coastal Management Programme (ICMP)
Hills to Ocean
Sector Project Promotion of Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture
Hills to Ocean
Support to the implementation of the Tri-national Sulu-Sulawesi Marine Ecoregion (SSME)
Comprehensive Action Plan
Others
Land Management and Decentralised Planning (LMDP)
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+)
Climate Protection through Avoided Deforestation (CliPAD)
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+)
Forest and Climate Protection in Panay-Phase II
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+)
Preparation of a National REDD+ Mechanism for Greenhouse Gas Reduction
and Conservation of Biodiversity in the Philippines
Green Education
Promotion of Green Economic Development

Making use of knowledge, networks and experience!

Sector Network Natural Resources and Rural Development Asia (SNRD Asia) is GIZ internal platform for learning, sharing sector-specific knowledge and networking of likeminded professionals in the field of natural resources and rural development in Asia. By joining SNRD Asia, you will add value to your daily work — whether it is project implementation, expanding your network, or the opportunity to work with external partners. Closely working with GIZ head office and collaborating with other networks in the region, SNRD Asia operate following the mandate set out by the German government.

Read more about what we do and who we are.

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Demonstrating Impacts of Sustainability Standards

Understanding global food security and nutrition

REDD quite simply explained – BMZ

SNRD Asia at a Glance 

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What our members say 

“As a new member but having been active in the region before, it is a great pleasure seeing familiar faces again via this unique network. It feels like a “shopping tour” through a (knowledge) market where “traders” offer their fruits of hard work from the field, share their experiences, and develop joint plans to produce the next generation of “best sellers” for sustainable development in Asia.”

Carina van Weelden, Junior Advisor, Management of the Sundarbans Mangrove Forests for Biodiversity Conservation and Increased Adaptation to Climate Change (SMP) Project

“The SNRD – H2O WG encompasses a diversity of projects, ranging from marine conservation initiatives in remote island scapes of the South Pacific to people-centric conservation initiatives along the densely populated coastline of India. Learning from each other’s successes and failures can only be a step in the right direction. Despite this diverse portfolio, it is encouraging that we are all united by common goals – the SDGs.”

Dr. Aaron S. Lobo, Technical Advisor (and Co-Speaker of H2O WG), Indo-German Biodiversity Programme
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