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Baseline Survey for the Impact Evaluation of the Agriculture and Food Security Project

2013

The World Bank

The Agriculture and Food Security Project (AFSP) funded by the World Bank was implemented by Ministry of Agriculture Development in 19 districts of Far-western and Mid-western Development Regions of Nepal. The main goal of this five year (2013 – 2018) project is to address low agricultural productivity, food security and save the maternal and child health in the project site. This study obtained baseline data on agriculture practices, productivity of foodgrain, livestock, food habit, and socioconomic characteristics. The study also assesses production of promoted crops, usage of inputs such as improved seed and fertilizer, food consumption practice, food diversity habit, demand of nutritious food for young children and pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.

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