Anukulan: Driving small farmer investment in climate-smart technologies

  • Countries of Operation: Nepal
The project will help half a million poor and vulnerable people in rural Nepal build their resilience to climate change impacts like floods and drought.

In practice this means supporting smallholder farmers to earn an extra £140 per year by taking advantage of small farm economic opportunities and investments in climate-smart technologies such as drip irrigation, conservation agriculture, essential oil production, multiple-use water systems and community-based renewable energy.

To ensure sustainability it will also build the capacity of local communities and local institutions to manage floods, drought and new crop diseases and become stronger and more self-reliant. 

Read the Anukulan project overview here.

Lead Organisation

Consortium Partners

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