Market based approach to scale up Organic Fertiliser in Nepal

There is enormous need for improving soil fertility, inorder to boost the agricultural productivity in Nepal. Therefore, it requires collaborative effort from all the actors; such as NGOs, farmers, entrepreneurs and government. Practical Action strives to bring these actors together to scale up the use of organic fertiliser in Nepal. Together, we hope to revive the fertility of soil and sustain the agricultural productivity to feed future generations.

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