www.mdinepal.org
shrestha.khop@gmail.com
Project Scenario
• Title of the Project: Conservation of Indigenous Fish
Bio-diversity in East Rapti River
Basin (ERB) thr...
Project Location
• Nepal in the world map
• Makawanpur district in the
central south part of the country
• Northwest part ...
Objective of the Project
• The overall goal of the
project is to conserve and
promote indigenous small
fish species of Eas...
Fish ponds at the foot hills of Kankada
VDC
Achievement
CARP-SIS Mixtures
37 SIS have been identified and few of them such
as;
•Pothi (Puntius sophore),
•Pothi/sidhara (Puntius c...
SIS Collection, Preservation & Labeling
Beneficiary HHs
Pond Type & Size
Water Quality
Feeds & Associated Costs
1 USD = Rs. 100 (Approx.)
Profit & Loss
Expected Productivity
Mortality
Major Problems Observed
Responses over the services provided
Mr. Bhuwan Karki, Under Secretary from Ministry of Finance &
other Representatives from Line Ministries of Kathmandu,
Nepa...
And, beyond this….
• MDI has now been able to
acquire 2.3 ha. of land of its
own recently in Chitwan
(Bhandara) for develo...
Efforts of MDI-Nepal in Promoting the Carp-SIS polyculture at the Foot Hills of Nepal. By Khop Shrestha.
Efforts of MDI-Nepal in Promoting the Carp-SIS polyculture at the Foot Hills of Nepal. By Khop Shrestha.
Efforts of MDI-Nepal in Promoting the Carp-SIS polyculture at the Foot Hills of Nepal. By Khop Shrestha.
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Efforts of MDI-Nepal in Promoting the Carp-SIS polyculture at the Foot Hills of Nepal. By Khop Shrestha.

  1. 1. www.mdinepal.org shrestha.khop@gmail.com
  2. 2. Project Scenario • Title of the Project: Conservation of Indigenous Fish Bio-diversity in East Rapti River Basin (ERB) through CARP-SIS Polyculture (NEP/SGP/OP5/Y1/CORE/12/10) • Project Duration: 2 years ( Nov 2012 – Dec 2014) • Total Budget: USD 28,472 • Funding Support: UNDP GEF Small Grants Programme of Nepal • Coverage VDCs: 4 VDCs of west Makawanpur (watershed areas of East Rapti river basin with its tributaries (Manahari & Lothar river)
  3. 3. Project Location • Nepal in the world map • Makawanpur district in the central south part of the country • Northwest part of the Makawanpur district (CARP-SIS Project Area)
  4. 4. Objective of the Project • The overall goal of the project is to conserve and promote indigenous small fish species of East Rapti river basin through CARP- SIS polyculture with the aim of increasing cash incomes of indigenous communities, improving nutrition, protecting water resources and preserving fish biodiversity in the local water bodies. Watershed Areas of East Rapti River Basin (Altitude Range 400-600 m)
  5. 5. Fish ponds at the foot hills of Kankada VDC
  6. 6. Achievement
  7. 7. CARP-SIS Mixtures 37 SIS have been identified and few of them such as; •Pothi (Puntius sophore), •Pothi/sidhara (Puntius chonchonius), Dedhuwa (Esomus danricus), •Faketa (Raiamas bola), •Khasre (Barilius bendelisis), •Gardi (Labeo dero), Mara/Dhawai (Amblypharyngodn mola) was not found. The Carp species mixed are •Rohu (Labeo rohita), •Naini (Cirrihinus mrigala), •Common carp (Cyprinus carpio) •Ggrass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella). These local species were identified by Mr. Dilip Kumar Jha, Associate Professor of Agriculture & Forestry University (AFU) of Rampur, Nepal.
  8. 8. SIS Collection, Preservation & Labeling
  9. 9. Beneficiary HHs
  10. 10. Pond Type & Size
  11. 11. Water Quality
  12. 12. Feeds & Associated Costs 1 USD = Rs. 100 (Approx.)
  13. 13. Profit & Loss
  14. 14. Expected Productivity
  15. 15. Mortality
  16. 16. Major Problems Observed
  17. 17. Responses over the services provided
  18. 18. Mr. Bhuwan Karki, Under Secretary from Ministry of Finance & other Representatives from Line Ministries of Kathmandu, Nepal observing CARP-SIS Project of Makawanpur during 29- 30 November 2013
  19. 19. And, beyond this…. • MDI has now been able to acquire 2.3 ha. of land of its own recently in Chitwan (Bhandara) for developing a well managed CARP-SIS hatchery & grow out ponds for sustaining extension services to the communities on longer term. • Farm designing works are under consultation.
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