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Year: 2017
Mountain communities of the Hindu Kush Himalaya (HKH) have a rich tradition of beekeeping and honey hunting with indigenous honeybee Apis cerana
Year: 2017
Apricot is the second most important fruit crop, after apple, covering 19% of the total fruit production in Chitral, Pakistan
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Year: 2017
Apple plays an important role in the livelihood of the farming community in Chitral, Pakistan
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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
Large cardamom (Amomum subulatum Roxb
Year: 2016
The Sikkim Himalaya is part of 34 globally significant biodiversity hotspots and 22 agrobiodiversity hotspots in India
Year: 2016
Large cardamom (Amomum subulatum) is an economically valuable, ecologically adaptive, and agro-climatically suitable perennial cash crop grown under tree shade in the eastern Himalayas
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Year: 2016
Mountain value chains are influenced by the mountain specificities including inaccessibility, diversity, marginality and fragility, and therefore need to be looked at in the light of these pre-conditions in order to favour the poor and enable them to enter into dynamic global markets
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Year: 2015
Women account for more than 70% of the worlds poor, and many depend for their livelihoods on subsistence agriculture and forest products such as non-timber forest products (NTFPs) and medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs)
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