SDC Phase 1: Enhancing contribution of home gardens to on-farm management of plant genetic resources and improved livelihood of Nepalese farmers (2002 to 2004); SDC Phase 2: Enhancing family nutrition and income for improved livelihoods of resource poor and disadvantaged Groups through integrated home gardens in Nepal (2006 to 2008); SDC Phase 3: Linking home garden in an inclusive development programme for contributing to securing livelihoods of resource poor and disadvantaged groups of Nepal (2009-2013)
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Understand and document the dynamics (historical perspective, structure, composition, utilization and underlying indigenous knowledge systems) of home gardens. Relevant peer review and impact studies done.
Describes experiences of: Bioversity International, LI-BIRD
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