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Zimbabwe is the last place you would expect to find ‘Himalaya’ - that famed mountain range in Nepal, home to some of the highest peaks in the world.

Hivos and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) are looking for a partner to lead an exciting new social change process for a fairer, greener local food system in Bandu

In Zambia's Chongwe district, approximately 45 kilometres east of the capital city Lusaka, smallholder agriculture is under threat due to the wanton cutting down of trees and unpredictable rainfall

A walkway through the Harare Gardens in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital, was recently converted into a temporary photo gallery that attracted ordinary people going about their daily business.

'What makes a city a hub for innovation?' was the central question asked during the second Six-Hivos event held in Nairobi from 27-29 May 2015.

An inclusive, transparent and participatory consultation process in Bolivia  prepared the country proposal for the Global Fund funding to fight HIV / AIDS.

Hivos has officially released the publication Boldly Queer: African Perspectives on Same-sex Sexuality and Gender Diversity. The book is a rich collection of articles, essays, stories and

Hivos Southern Africa Hub, in partnership with Practical Action, Oxfam, ZERO and Zimbabwe Energy Council (ZEC), recently conducted a tour of mini hydro projects in Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands regi

By Loe Schout, with thanks to Ireen Dubel

Mendi Njonjo

There’s a new ‘sheriff’ in town, with Mendi Njonjo having taken over the helm as the new director of the Hivos East Africa (HEA) hub.

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