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The Value Chain Approach for Mountain Development : Case Studies from Uttarakhand, India - ICIMOD Working Paper 2013/6

  • Choudhary, D.
  • Ghosh, I.
  • Chauhan, S.
  • Bahti, S.
  • Juyal, M.

The level of poverty among mountain populations is linked, directly or indirectly, with specific mountain conditions like geographic isolation, socio-cultural marginalization, poor physical and economic infrastructure and poor access to markets, technologies, and information. Value chain interventions in the high-value products and services sector can successfully engage small farmers and producers. <br><br> This publication lays out the findings of action research on six value chain interventions: Malta oranges; Kuth and Kutki, two medicinal and aromatic plants; Indian bay leaf; off-beat tourism; and nettle plant fibres. Based on the findings, the publication recommends continued support for the development of livelihood options related to high-value products and services.

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  • Pages:
    44 p.
  • Language:
    English
  • Publisher Name:
    International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD)
  • Publisher Place:
    Kathmandu, Nepal

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