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. This paper focuses on a business model that is demonstrating promising results in not only building back the disrupted delivery of Crop Protection Inputs (CPIs) in Kavre – a major seed and fresh vegetable producing district and one of the hardest earthquake hit districts of Nepal - but also on building back better as the model addresses issues of climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction which had not been addressed prior to the earthquake.