Promoting gender equality, social inclusion and biodiversity conservation in Nepal’s home gardens
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Elias, M.; Gauchan, D.; Gotor, E.; Sthapit, B. (2017) Promoting gender equality, social inclusion and biodiversity conservation in Nepal’s home gardens. In: Creating mutual benefits: examples of gender and biodiversity outcomes from Bioversity International’s research. 4 p. ISBN: 978-92-9255-063-9
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Bioversity International, the Nepalese LI-BIRD NGO and the Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation led a project from 2002-2012 in Nepal's mid-hills and Terai to promote technologies, approaches and methods for sustainable on-farm management of plant genetic resources and improve food security through the use of home gardens. The Home Gardens project was a successful example of increasing production, consumption and income of the rural poor, and has made an important contribution to strengthening the capacities of farmers and promoting more equitable gender relations.
Related reference: https://hdl.handle.net/10568/80119