SNRD Asia Window to the World!

16 January 2017

That digital change can’t be stopped,
but that today we are still in a position to shape it.

-Sabine Müller, head of the Sectoral Department, GIZ

The Sector Network Natural Resources and Rural Development (SNRD) Asia  has been making a progress on the digital front over the past year with the launch of its online platform — and even more so now thanks to the newly-integrated resource section.

Launched in May last year, the SNRD Asia website has been growing both in features and visitors. Its latest being the resource centre where a search function has been made available.

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Simply go to and insert any keywords of your interest. Thanks to contributions from our active members, wide-ranging publications covering everything from the topics of agriculture to coastal protection, to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, among many others, will be displayed.

In our attempt to better leverage the digital revolution, we hope you find this useful in your everyday working lives! For any questions, suggestions, feedback or comments, please email-us!

Read more about what we do and who we are here.

Interested in becoming a member, click here.

SNRD Asia is a community of technical experts, composed of GIZ staff, external partners and consultants, working in Asia in the fields of natural resources and rural development. Recognised as one of the company’s knowledge management instruments, the network serves as a platform for learning, networking , and sharing best practices. A regional player since the mid-80s, SNRD Asia operates following the mandate set out by the German government.

By Anusara Tanpitak,
Public Relations Officer, SNRD Asia and TUEWAS