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Efficient food Management Western Nepal

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Its Me Mr. Arjun Pande, 32 years, and I come from Nepal — a small yet beautiful
landlocked Himalayan country located in South Asia that shares its territorial borders with India and
China. I studied master degree in Business Management from the University of TU, Nepal in 2015.
Professionally, I am a development worker with more 5 years of working experience in agricultural
projects providing rural poor farmers with technical expertise to enhance their socio-economic
conditions. I am employed as an “Agriculture Finance Officer” since May, 2016 in GLRM Nepal for
climate resilience and food security project as Chief Executive Officer.
Being already disaster-prone and the 30th most vulnerable country to flooding due to warming of the
Himalayas, Nepal has experienced a steady rise in the occurrence of floods in the Hilly region
(downstream area).
GLRM methodology is a very simple, women-friendly, low external input, and cost effective climate
change adaptation technology in which an unused piece of marginal sediment land (previously fertile
land) is leased for a definite period of time and provided to landless and land-poor people for
vegetable farming.
This technology has tremendous capacity to meet the food demand of the ever-increasing population.
Additionally, this will help to enhance the socio-economic status of such people by increasing rural
employment opportunities and income. Not only this, the beauty of this technology is that it does not
require irrigation and use minimal amount of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Since crop vegetation
and mulching cover the sand of riverbeds, there is a minimal chance of occurring wind erosion, and
subsequently there will be less accumulation of dust particles in the air which contributes to the
improvement of the local micro-climate.
Join us and fund us western Nepal farmer with GLRM kaski,Begnas Eaco farm Resort please see the satellite.

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