Nepal smart villages tackle the crisis in the country
Healy Consultants Group PLC
11 October, 2015
Saying that 2015 has been tough for Nepal is an understatement, as the country was hit twice by devastating earthquakes which levelled historical monuments, crumbled the infrastructure and brought chaos to this Asian country.
The World bank lowered its expectations of GDP growth for Nepal in 2015 from 5% to 3.4% amidst a crisis of fuel shortages and political turmoil. However, there are success stories in these desperate times which prove the Nepali ingenuity and prowess.
Murali Paudel, a village farmer initiated what is called climate-smart cultivation in his farm in the village of Dhaitar, which is located near the capital Kathmandu. The farmer today enjoys increased crop yield of at least 25 per cent.
The innovator managed to increase crop efficiency by mixing cattle waste products with water to produce efficient amino-rich fertilizer and pesticide. Furthermore, the new harvest seems better equipped to withstand rises in temperatures and rainfall.
"The Agricultural sector in Nepal is a topic of many discussions between foreign investors which aim to increase their contribution to the country and the region as a whole" said our business advisor Petar Chakarov.
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