Improving the climate-resilience of Nepal's agriculture sector

Higher temperatures and changes in monsoon patterns make Nepal one of the most climate-vulnerable countries in the world. At the same time, Nepal heavily relies on the agriculture sector as a means for employment and economic growth. In response to this challenge, beginning in 2013, IFC has worked with agribusiness firms in Nepal to make their supply chains more climate resilient through the promotion of improved agricultural and water management practices. IFC is also promoting the adoption of new technologies and practices among smallholder farmers, including women, to help them adapt to the negative effects of climate change. This video spotlights the project, which was supported by the Pilot Project for Climate Resilience (PPCR), and its impact on agribusiness companies and farmers in Nepal.

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- Mar 27, 2020

kirti raj

- Jan 13, 2020
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Joy Mildred Adhiambo

- Dec 3, 2019
Improving the climate-resilience of Nepal's agriculture sector

Andradiet I.J

- Nov 9, 2019
proper use of technology will increase the agriculture productivity, production volume and variability of product, as well as increasing the value added by improve the quality of product and expansion of the value chains. At the end of the day, the quality of life and the resilience will increase

Waqar Aamir

- May 21, 2019


- Apr 19, 2019
Smoking intervention, Great


- Apr 7, 2019
Improving the climate


- Mar 24, 2019
Topik Sangat Menarik


- Oct 31, 2018
interesting, thank you


- Jul 13, 2018
Interesting information! Thanks!
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