|Title:||Nepal - Adaptation for Smallholders in Hilly Areas Project (ASHA) – Recipes for Change (R4C) – September 2022|
Four years ago, Megh Nath Ale and Tham Kumari Ale adopted permaculture, a nature-based sustainable farming practice that improves resilience to climate change. Over the years he has rehabilitated a barren, degraded land into an oasis of biodiversity but says it was not easy at first. Megh Nath says:” It was really hard work at the beginning. But now it’s easier and I am reaping the benefits. I feel it is working and the soil quality has greatly improved.”
The family received financial support and technical guidance to transform their farm and create a permaculture farmer field school through the adaptation for small holders financed by IFAD.
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