The Hivos Local Office in South Africa and our Making All Voices Count programme staff proudly joined some 30,000 people who took part in the People’s March Against Xenophobia on 23 April

The death of Giovanni LoPorto, who had been taken hostage for three years, left Hivos in shock.

Hivos, in partnership with the British Council, is proud to announce Zoomaal’s launch of the ‘Made-by-Many’ Challenge to support creative and cultural events and festivals that have a social or eco

In April 2013, Hivos announced a new strategic direction for after 2015 that would involve thoroughly re-examining Hivos’ strategy and equipping the organisation for a more uncertain environment.

“Remember to not forget”… Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. George Santayana

The open data philosophy is starting to become known in Bolivia through the DataBO project, the first data accelerator in the country.

Top African afro-pop singer-songwriter, Salif Keita, will be the star performer at the Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA), Zimbabwe's premier arts festival.

Hivos’ Southern Africa Hub is supporting an innovative project called ZimVoices that is taking advantage of the rapid growth of internet and mobile telephony in Zimbabwe to influence citizen partic

Nairobi, Kenya from 27-29 May 2015

A training workshop held recently by Hivos Southern Africa Hub in partnership with SNV, the Ministry of Energy and Power Development and the Ministry of Agriculture, Mechanization and Irrigation De