The Sector Network Natural Resources and Rural Development Asia and the Pacific (SNRD Asia and the Pacific) is financed through projects and programmes which GIZ is conducting on behalf of the German Government. It is governed by a Steering Group (consists of a Spokesperson, a Deputy Spokesperson, 4 Representatives from Germany, a Representative from National Staff and 6 Speakers and Co-Speakers, Tandem Partner from each Working Group).
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WHO WE ARE

Established in the mid-80s, the Sector Network Natural Resources and Rural Development Asia and the Pacific (SNRD Asia and the Pacific) is part of GIZ’s knowledge management initiatives in Asia working to raise the positioning of the technical capacities and expertise of German Development Cooperation in the region. Through sharing of expertise and networking, SNRD Asia and the Pacific currently links 76 projects and programmes in over 20 countries across Asia and the Pacific.

COLLABORATION


The centrepiece of the network

WORKING GROUPS

serve the technical and thematic needs of SNRD Asia and the Pacific member projects. Generally working over a longer term, they are the core exchange, networking, coordination and reporting bodies of the sector network.

TASK FORCES

serve as dynamic, single-output oriented format to flexibly respond to current events, emerging topics or company-wide developments.

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