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Improving Smallholder Farmers’ Rights to Food by Promoting Climate Resilient Technologies and Practices, and Through Policy Advocacy (RTF)



The second phase of the Right to Food (RTF) project 'Improving Smallholder Farmers’ Rights to Food by Promoting Climate Resilient Technologies and Practices, and Through Policy Advocacy' is implemented to scale up promising climate resilient or smart technologies that were identified in the first phase of the RTF project. The main goal of the project is to improve the livelihoods of poor and marginalized smallholder farmers by creating enabling environment for scaling up promising climate resilient and drudgery reducing technologies, practices and products. The project is implemented in Siraha and Udayapur districts. 

The following are the major activities of the project:

  • Scale up promising Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) technologies and practices, and sustainable agriculture kits (SAKs)
  • Support and strengthen the capacity of Village Land Right Forum (VLRF) to effectively advocate on land right/land use issues
  • Raise awareness and provide capacity building, and generate evidence for policy advocacy
  • Document and disseminate knowledge to facilitate change

 

Project Details
Countries: Nepal
Working districts: Udayapur, Siraha
Project Duration: 2017 - 2017
Partners:
Funded by: CARE Nepal, Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)
Contact Person: Raju Jati