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Year: 2018
This paper was written collectively by monitoring and evaluation (M&E) specialists of the Association of International Research Centers for Agriculture (AIRCA) for the purpose of strengthening the M&E systems of individual centres within AIRCA
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Year: 2018
ABSTRACTWe assessed an impact of bay leaf value chain intervention programme on household welfare in mountain agroforestry context
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Year: 2017
Livelihoods of communities living in mountain areas is typically dependent on subsistence agriculture and smallholder farming
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Year: 2017
South Asia is one of the most water-scarce regions of the world
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Year: 2017
The Himalayan nettle (Note 1) is a fiber yielding non-timber forest product that has cultural, economic and medicinal values to many ethnic communities residing in the hill and mountain areas of Nepal and India
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Year: 2014
Poverty, marginalization, and vulnerability are key issues in mountainous areas of Pakistan, especially in rural areas, where the bulk of the population lives and is primarily dependent on agriculture for food and livelihoods
Year: 2007
Beekeeping can play an important role in rural development activities, both directly by providing products for household consumption and income from sale of honey and other bee products, and indirectly as an important source of pollinators to improve productivity especially of horticultural crops
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Year: 2004
In mountain agriculture, field crops, fruits, vegetables, livestock and honeybees combine to provide self-sufficiency for farmers
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