In many regions of Nepal, many people still don't have sufficient food all year round

Increasing yields: polytunnels and small livestock

Most people in our project regions are subsitence farmers, and many families are unable to produce enough food to last them all year. The results are malnutrition and undernorishment, stunting, or even deaths due to simple illnesses like diarrhoea. By introducing polytunnels for vegetable production, local farmers can improve their harvests and families have access to a more diverse diet; better poultry rearing techniques and improved breeds allow them to eat more nutritious food. Many families are even able to generate some additional income by selling vegetables on the local markets.

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  • Food security for Mugu, Western Nepal

    Project duration: December 2017 to November 2019 Project area: Jima and Dhainakot, Mugu District, Karnali Region In keeping with the goal of capacity development, PHASE plans to provide 150 female and male farmers in 2 communities in Mugu, one of the poorest districts of Nepal, with a basis not only to achieve food security for […]

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