Baseline Survey for the Component 3 Beneficiaries in Western Nepal

2011

Chemonics International USAID

Nepal Economic, Agriculture and Trade Activity (NEAT) program was designed and implemented with financial assistance of USAID in 14 districts of Western and Mid-western Development Regions of Nepal. The main goal of the program is to promote economic growth, reduce poverty and improve lives in Nepal. This survey was conducted to obtain baseline information especially on off-season vegetables, staple crops and small livestock, those activities are running under the component 3 – food security of the program. The survey measured the changes in gross margin per unit of land of animal and prevalence of households with moderate to severe hunger of the program. The data were collected from all 8,000 beneficiary household of the program districts.

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