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Year: 2018
The Sikkim Himalayan Traditional Farming Systems (TFS) show good examples of how indigenously managed small patches of cultivated production agroecosystems constitute a larger landscape management approach and how contribution of such agriculture by the small-scale marginal land has contributed to ecological, economical and food security while providing employment to over 80% of the population directly or indirectly dependent on them
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Year: 2017
This study illustrates how a private sector- Plantec Coffee Estate (P) Ltd was able to successfully bring a positive change in restoring degraded landscape through private investment
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Year: 2016
The Annual Report 2015 gives a brief overview of ICIMOD’s activities over the past year
Year: 2015
The Ministry of Agricultural Development (MoAD), Government of Nepal and the International Center for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) join hands together to develop the Agriculture Atlas of Nepal
Year: 2015
Shifting cultivation is a dominant form of farming in the eastern Himalayas, practised by a diverse group of indigenous people from the most marginalized social and economic groups
Year: 2013
The ICIMOD Knowledge Park at Godavari, on the southern slopes of the Kathmandu Valley, was set up in March 1993 following the generous provision of 30 hectares of land by Government of Nepal in November 1992
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Year: 2013
The diversification of agriculture has been shown to provide a range of benefits in terms of household adaptive capacity
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Year: 1999
This manual is part of the project on Appropriate Technologies for Soil Conserving Farming Systems supported by the Asian Development Bank (ADB)
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