Gender, entrepreneurship, and energy
Through capacity building, the single women of Chhahari Krishi Samuha – aged 60 and above – now negotiate with the bank for funds to scale their business, backed up by a strong investment plan.
Subhawana Subba, team member of a vertical hydroponics farm called Muttha, has a degree in biotech engineering and has designed a hydroponics monitoring system which has incorporated solar panels as a renewable energy source.
Saugat Griha – a micro enterprise cooperative that produces paper, food, and textile products – switched to solar dryers operated by women in many villages. They sought support for product diversification, and we sought to break the bias at each node of the value chain – from input supply to consumer – by bringing more women in the forefront of agricultural businesses incorporating renewable energy.
The Renewable Energy Solutions in Agriculture (RESA) Incubation Programme introduces renewable energy solutions in the agriculture value chain for both efficiency and environmental and social sustainability, ultimately building business resilience
The village of Bhoterungti in Kavre Palanchowk District, Nepal was one of many settlements in the region affected by the ...
Regional cooperation on yak conservation benefits forged through events and networks in the Kanchenjunga Landscape
Enabling global marketability for this distinct product from the Kangchenjunga Landscape
Local governments in Nepal are coordinating and investing in disaster preparedness
To strengthen efforts at mitigating human–wildlife conflict (HWC) in the Kangchenjunga Landscape (KL), we have trained ...
For mountain communities, engaging youth in agriculture and promoting micro, small and medium enterprises are key pillars supporting organic ...
The shocks of climate and the pandemic have demonstrated the vulnerability of the tourism economy in ...
Highlighting regional conservation and development issues in global platforms and processes