This case study explores the crowding-in of the small and micro slaughterhouse intervention in the pig sector.
This case study examines the work Samarth-NMDP had done in the pig sector to improve the sustainability and yield of quality pork production through the introduction of enhanced breeding methods.
Explore the interventions that Samarth-NMDP has undertaken in the pig sector which has cemented stronger linkages between farmers and the market, improved the quality of in-country pork and increased the benefit of smallholder farmers in terms of higher income and risk avoidance.
This case study in the fishing sector examines the importance of public and private actors working together and the benefits brought about by a cohensive public-private partnership.
This case study explores the impact of political affliciations of farmers on the supply chain and how to adapt the buisness model accordingly to deal with political change and the local context.
Post disaster, deaths and injuries as well as damages to buildings and service delivery stations, greatly affected agriculture service delivery. As per the National Planning Commission report, the post disaster recovery needs for the period covering 2015-16 in agriculture inputs alone is estimated to be NRs 2,755 million.