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Nepalese Agricultural Sector : A Way Ahead To Socio Veg Led- Enterprise

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Nepalese Agricultural Sector : A Way Ahead To Socio Veg Led- Enterprise


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  • 1. NEPALESE VEGETABLE SECTOR PROBLEM AND SOLUTIONS AND IT’S COMMERCIALISATION ( A WAY AHEAD TO SOCIO-VEG LED- ENTERPRISE) DIGVIJAY THAPA Business Strategist
  • 2. ACCORDING TO MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND COOPERATIVES (2011) THE VEGETABLE SUB-SECTOR HOLDS SOME 500,000 HOUSEHOLDS AND CONTRIBUTES 9.7% TO ANNUAL GDP OF NEPAL . BIG ENOUGH ISN’ IT ? WHAT’S IN VEGETABLE SECTOR ?
  • 3. SO WHAT’S THE PROBLEM HERE ? • REGULAR CROP FAILURES. • LACK OF DISEASE MANAGEMENT. • LOW PRODUCTIVITY AT LOCAL LEVELS. • LOW PRICE IN THE MARKET.
  • 4. •SUSBISTENCE VEGETABLE FARMING SYSTEM. • LACK OF ADEQUATE INFRASTRUCTURE. • LACK OF GOVERNMENT’S SUBSIDIES. • INADEQUATE SUPPLY OF LABOR. • IN ADEQUATE SUPPLY OF HIGH QUALITY SEEDS . • LESS COMPETITIVE FARMERS COMPARED TO INDIA AND NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES. WHAT ARE THE CAUSES ?
  • 5. •WORK WITH MARKET PLAYERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE AND FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND INFORMATION TO FARMERS. (Agro Vets, Market Promotion Committees, Cooperatives, Traders and Wholesalers) •IMPROVE QUALITY AND SUPPLY OF SEED TO SMALL-SCALE FARMERS. • IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY OF OFF-SEASON VEGETABLES. •IMPROVE ACCESS TO MARKETS AND FINANCE WITH THE HELP OF PRIVATE MARKET PLAYERS •IMPROVED ACCESS TO DISEASE MANAGEMENT AND HIGHER PRICED MARKETS AND BOOST LOCAL COMPETITION. DO WE HAVE ANY SOLUTIONS ?
  • 6. DO WE HAVE ANY SOLUTIONS ? DISTRICT AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE (DADO) TO IMPLEMENTS THE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE’S POLICY AT THE DISTRICT LEVEL AND PROVIDE SUBSIDIES. AGRICULTURE EXTENSION SERVICE CENTERS PROVIDE INFORMATION TO THE FARMERS ON THE CROPS.
  • 7. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR COMMERCIALIZATION. • IMPROVE COMPETITION WITHIN THE LOCAL FARMERS. •INCREASE SUBSIDIES AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO RURAL FARMERS. •INCREASE OFF SEASON VEGETABLE PRODUCTION. •BOOST SOCIO ENTERPRENEURIAL CIRCLE AND PRIVATE INVESTORS FOR INVESTING ACTIVITIES IN VEG SECTOR. •PROMOTE EXPORT OF VEGETABLES TO LOCAL NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES.
  • 8. VISIT www.digvijaythapa.blogspot.com THANK YOU