Sustainable livelihood

On farm and Off farm Income generating activities, Enterprenuership development, Market promotion, Micro finance, saving/credit mobilization

Environment & Biodiversity

Natural Habitat and Species Conservation, Climate Change, Biodiversity, ecosystem, disaster risk reduction and management.

Education & Human Rights

Applied research, Advocacy, Counseling, Human Right Policy Issues, Self-governing institutions, Advancing peoples’ interest

Health & Sanitation

Helath education, Nutrition, Water sanitation & Hygine(WASH), Mobile health clinics and immunization programs and fight against epidemic diseases.

Revolution of Organic vegetable farming started in Haraiya, Bara district

11Bishnu Maya Shrestha, inhabitant of Haraiya-6 in Bara district, faced much difficulty because of limited financial resources. Her husband, who had gone to Malaysia to earn for the family, fell ill and had to return to Nepal. The family, with two children going to school, faced the lack of enough income to maintain their livelihood.

Now, with the support of UNDP’s Global Environment Facility – Small Grants Programme (GEF-SGP), Bishnu and her family have adequate income and live a much better and easier life.


Green revolution initiated in dry land Rakachuli, Jhaltung Dada

9A 28 years Mrs. Bel Maya Saru (Wife of Shiva Saru) belong to the poor peasant Magar ethnic group(disadvantaged and Janjati) in habitant of Rakachuli VDC-3, Birkhe Tadi have had no vegetable farming before. In the name of vegetable she only knows Colocacia(Pindalu) and Yam naturally grown in their field. Since, March 2012 she has been involving in a vegetable model farm promoted by GIZ/STPP/MRC Nepal. Since then in the early month she planted in about 50m2 area of green leafy vegetable Amaranth (Latte Sag). Within 1 month, she started picking the tender stem with leaf to satisfy her kitchen requirement and continued till date (last of April 2012).



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