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"A self-reliant, sustainable, competitive, and inclusive agricultural sector "

That drives economic growth and contributes to improved livelihoods and food and nutrition security leading to food sovereignty.

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Lead Applicant Organization Name

Cilrp project

Lead Applicant Organization Type

  • Investment-based Organization

If part of a multi-stakeholder entity (i.e. team), provide the names of other organizations and types of stakeholders collaborating with you.

Livelihood recovery program ,direct connection with community and government

How long have you / your team been working on this Vision?

  • Under 1 year

Lead Applicant: In what city or town are you located?

Nepal

Lead Applicant: In what country are you located?

Nepal

Your Selected Place: what’s the name of the Place you’re developing a Vision for?

Nepal,area 15,745 km^2

What country is your selected Place located in?

Nepal

Describe your relationship to the place you’ve selected.

• Understanding the food security and food systems in Nepal

• Food-water-energy nexus framework

• Major drivers impacting food system now and in future

• Framework for analysing food system in Nepal

• Source of knowledge, information and data

• Testing and validation of methods and assumptions

• Community of practice to support foresight and scenario

analysis,so I selected in this place and many cases and challenge in this place so more important. Please see below:- Low levels of production and productivity
• Fragmented land holdings and scattered production
• Subsistence farming and increased population pressure
• Food habit change - increasing consumption of processed food
• Weak climate resilience, frequent climatic shocks and damages
• High costs of production and soaring food prices
• Transportation and distribution problems
• Inadequate food buffer stocks & poor distribution system
• Decreasing food diversity; low awareness on the need to address food
and nutrition security
• Poor collaboration and cooperation between research, academia and
extension.

Describe the People and Place: Provide information that would be helpful for an outsider who has never been there and may have no context about this Place to better understand the area.

All are area work place image

What is the estimated population (current 2020) in your Place?

1250000

Challenges: Describe the current (2020) and the future (2050) challenges that your food system faces.

 Understanding the food security and food systems in Nepal

• Food-water-energy nexus framework

• Major drivers impacting food system now and in future

• Framework for analysing food system in Nepal

• Source of knowledge, information and data

• Testing and validation of methods and assumptions

• Community of practice to support foresight and scenario

analysis,so I selected in this place and many cases and challenge in this place so more important. Please see below:- Low levels of production and productivity
• Fragmented land holdings and scattered production
• Subsistence farming and increased population pressure
• Food habit change - increasing consumption of processed food
• Weak climate resilience, frequent climatic shocks and damages
• High costs of production and soaring food prices
• Transportation and distribution problems
• Inadequate food buffer stocks & poor distribution system
• Decreasing food diversity; low awareness on the need to address food
and nutrition security
• Poor collaboration and cooperation between research, academia and
extension.

Address the Challenges: Describe how your Vision will address the challenges described in the previous question.

Low levels of production and productivity

• Fragmented land holdings and scattered production

• Subsistence farming and increased population pressure

• Food habit change - increasing consumption of processed food

• Weak climate resilience, frequent climatic shocks and damages

• High costs of production and soaring food prices

• Transportation and distribution problems

• Inadequate food buffer stocks & poor distribution system

• Decreasing food diversity; low awareness on the need to address food

and nutrition security

• Poor collaboration and cooperation between research, academia and

extension.

High Level Vision: With these challenges addressed, now provide a high level description of how the Place and the lives of its People will be different than they are now.

Low levels of production and productivity

• Fragmented land holdings and scattered production

• Subsistence farming and increased population pressure

• Food habit change - increasing consumption of processed food

• Weak climate resilience, frequent climatic shocks and damages

• High costs of production and soaring food prices

• Transportation and distribution problems

• Inadequate food buffer stocks & poor distribution system

• Decreasing food diversity; low awareness on the need to address food

and nutrition security

• Poor collaboration and cooperation between research, academia and

extension.

Full Vision: How do you describe your Vision for a regenerative and nourishing food future for your Place and People for 2050?

Please visit this link text:- Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development

How did you hear about the Food System Vision Prize?

  • Website
  • Facebook

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Hi Nabin Yadav 

We’ve developed this Pocket Guide to support you through the final days of wrapping up your submission.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1o8WGMus6-V8GywWdlNwmCpk7I1fMVzcQ/view

This will give you the most important bullet points to keep in mind to successfully submit your Vision.

Go ahead, review the check-list and final words of advice before the deadline.

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