Nepal Earthquake: Agricultural Livelihoods Impact Appraisal in Six Most Affected Districts

This report presents a coherent picture of the impact of the Nepal earthquake on agriculture in the six most affected districts: Dhading, Dolakha, Gorkha, Nuwakot, Rasuwa and Sindhupalchock. It identifies priorities for recovery for families dependent upon agriculture for their livelihoods in these six districts; and provides an input into the Agricultural sector section of the Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) led by the Government of Nepal in partnership with the UN, EU and World Bank.

Nepal Food Security Cluster, and FAO – June 2015

Agricultural Livelihoods Impact Appraisal: Nepal Earthquake
http://foodsecuritycluster.net/sites/default/files/Nepal%20ALIA%20-%20Agricultural%20Livelihoods%20Impact%20Appraisal%20-%20June%2006_0.pdf

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