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COffee farming

Coffee farming in Sankhuwasava District of Nepal ......
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SODEC Report

SODEC Report

Society Development Center (SODEC) is a Non-Governmental Organization registered in Sankhuwasava District Administration Office as of June 2000. It has an affiliation with Social Welfare Council, NGO Forum for Rural Energy and Environment Nepal, NGO Federation Nepal, Inland Revenue Office, and Peace Initiative Nepal. The organization has been working with over 18,000 households across Sankhuwasava, Surkhet and Dailekh Districts of Nepal since September 2000. Majority of the people it is serving are poor and excluded having food deficiency, and lack of access to services such as education, health, safe drinking water, agriculture and others. 


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About MSFP

About MSFP

 

The ten-year Multi Stakeholder Forestry Programme (MSFP) is designed through a multi-stakeholder process to contribute to poverty reduction and tackling climate change in Nepal. It builds on the achievements of over 20 years of forestry work of the Government of Nepal (GoN) supported by the Finland, Switzerland, and UK (e.g. LFP, NSCFP). MSFP is funded jointly by the Government of Finland (GoF), Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC, and UK Department for International Development (DFID). GoF, SDC and DFID have already agreed to jointly fund Nepali Rupees 4,450 million for the first four years of MSFP.

The MSFP’s main beneficiaries are rural communities of Nepal, especially poor and disadvantaged households, and those most vulnerable to climate change. MSFP explicitly targets these groups and gathers disaggregated data to assess its progress. The programme aims to bring an estimated 1.7 million people out of poverty by working with existing and new forestry groups of various kinds and creating an additional 80,000 jobs


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PUBLIC NOTICE - Multi Stakeholder Forestry Programme

 

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The Multi Stakeholder Forestry Programme (MSFP), funded by the UK, Switzerland and Finland, builds on the achievements of over 20 years of forestry work of the Government of Nepal (GoN). MSFP is the product of the first multi-stakeholder design process undertaken in Nepal in the forestry sector. The goal of the programme is to improve the livelihoods and resilience of poor and disadvantaged people involved in community-based forest management.


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Society Development Center

Society Development CenterSociet Development Center,
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News of MSFP

News of MSFPसंखुवासभाको सामुदायिक वन उपभोक्ता समूहहरुले लोक्ता र अर्गेलीको मूल्य वढेपछि यस वर्ष लोक्ता तथा अर्गेली वक्षृरोपण कार्य तिव्र वनाएको छ । विगत वर्षमा प्रति केजी ४० देखि ५० रुपैयामा विक्रीहुने लोक्ता यस वर्ष प्रति केजी ९० रुपैया सम्म विक्री हुने गरेको छ ।
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