Endangered species and breath-taking landscapes in the Hin Nam No National protected area in Laos are looking into a brighter future.
The peace agreement between the government and FARC is the beginning of a long process of building bridges in a country deeply divided. Development projects supported by Sweden focuses on the crucial role women will play in the peacekeeping work.
VIDEO: The 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals give hope for both companies and nations - even if they are criticized for not being sufficient. The goals were the theme of a NIRAS-led conference framing the World Prize for International Integrated Development Award to Swedish Gapminder.
NIRAS contracts are responsible for 30 out of the 136 million kroner, which spent on development aid in 2014. For eight consecutive years, NIRAS has been the top Danida consultant.
Debora Makenzi dreams of becoming the largest egg producer in southern Tanzania. Watch the video and learn how NIRAS has helped her on her way.
A large water project has just reopened in South Sudan. This type of development project in areas of conflict is a specialisation for NIRAS.
In Tanzania, modern day bee-keeping helps provide citizens with a way out of poverty and ensures an improved environment as well as a better quality of honey. Watch the video, and learn more about NIRAS’ collaboration with local organisations and how it has set new standards within honey production.