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Outcome Evaluation of Introduction of High Value Medicinal Plants and Tree Species in Agroforestry System

2004

HARP/Nepal DFID

Dabar/Nepal, with financial support from the Hill Agriculture Research Project (HARP), implemented a program to introduce high value medicinal plants and trees in four hill districts of Nepal. The program hoped that the cultivation and marketing of medicinal plants and trees could be a viable source of additional income for rural farmers in Nepal. New ERA was commissioned by HARP to conduct an outcome evaluation of this program. The evaluation assesses the implementation performance, output delivery and transparency of the project. The objective of the evaluation was to identify lessons learned and to make useful recommendations to improve HARP projects in the future.

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