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Project title

Home Garden Biodiversity for the Livelihood of Small Farmers

Partner(s)

USC Canada, Asia

Purpose

Eliminate hunger and famine among the beneficiaries, by increasing the number of meals per day and the quality of each meal. To do so, we are looking at increasing the level of vegetable sufficiency on our beneficiaries’ farming land.

Theme/Area

Economic Empowerment

Start Date

2011-01-00

End Date

0000-00-00

Coverage

Local

Field offices

Gulariya Municipality, Bardiya District

Contact person

Prem Swarnakar, President

Contact email

infodwo@dwo.org.np

Contact telephone

+977-01-5130013

About Project

Dalit Welfare Organization (DWO) Banke has been implementing “Home garden Biodiversity for Livelihoods of Small farmers” in Naubsta and Kachanapur VDCs of Banke district. The program started with 35 farming families and added in subsequent years. Before the program intervention, farmers used to produce few seasonal vegetable species only during summer and winter seasons. During dry spring period, they had nothing produced in homestead areas. Seed supply systems and diversification of plant genetic resources ・Distribution of seeds and planting materials; 187.2 kg vegetable seeds and 840 fruit plants ・Implement Orientation trainings on use values of local crop and its seed conservation for 146 group members (female 133). ・Organize Seed fair of home garden crops to promote exchange of seed and information. Climate change adaptation and mitigation (including land rehabilitation work) ・Conduct Climate change adaptation and mitigation training on organic methods of insect management, improved composting reparation and use of botanical pesticide. Rural economy and support to farmer organizations. ・Conducted orientation about the program and its support, working modality and their roles in the community groups. ・The training covered importance of homegarden for food, nutrition and income, design of homegarden to maximize spaces, selection of crop species, integration of small livestocks, fishes, and bees and so on. ・organized nursery management training, refresher training for 15 bee keeping participants (12 female) and training on pig rearing and received piglet support. Gender equality ・Made an gender assessment to support USC Canada’s GER activity with the support of USCCA ・supported a small mortar and pipe for Hariharpur community group in Kachanapur


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