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Project Name: Unnati

Project Goal :

  To increase the income and improve the livelihoods of small holder farmers in Sindhuli and Mahottari districts from vegetable production and marketing.

Working Districts :

  Sindhuli and Mahottari

Impact Population :

  Small holders farmers having 0.3 – 0.5 hectares of land living within 1.5 hours walking distance from the BP highway corridor in the Sindhuli and Mahottari districts; and 4 agriculture cooperatives operating in the area.

Implementing Partners :

  Center for Environmental and Agricultural Policy Research, Extension and Development (CEAPRED)

Project Period :

  11 December 2012- 10 December 2015

Donor :

  European Union

UNNATI seeks to support cooperatives to deliver high quality support services and link small holder farmers along the BP highway corridor to large markets (Kathmandu and Indian border towns).
In 2013, 43 farmers groups were formed covering 1,024 small holder households, an assessment of the capacity of the existing cooperative was done and members of farmer’s group were trained on group mobilization. All 1,024 farmers were trained in organic vegetable production techniques and all have started using farm yard manure as fertilizer to complement chemical fertilizer.
Similarly, 66 households fully replaced chemicals and used animal urine as a pesticide and a fertilizer. All of the 1,024 beneficiary households received and cultivated high yielding varieties of vegetable seed and were able to generate income of NRs. 1,368,890 selling 35 Metric of fresh vegetables.

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