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Bio-dyke, an environment friendly solution to protect river banks

Bio-dyke is a bio engineering measure to manage and control flood water movement such as redirecting flood run-off through the use of flood walls and flood gates. This technology for controlling riverine floods is useful when there is no immediate need of heavy engineering works ...

Indoor Oyster Mushroom farming, a livelihood diversification option for flood affected families

Oyster mushroom farming is rapidly expanding in Nepal. Increased consciousness of its nutritional value and increased market demand is making mushroom cultivation one of the most sought businesses among the farming communities. Oyster mushroom is grown in substrate that comprises...

Indoor Oyster Mushroom farming, a livelihood diversification option for flood affected families

Oyster mushroom farming is rapidly expanding in Nepal. Increased consciousness of its nutritional value and increased market demand is making mushroom cultivation one of the most sought businesses among the farming communities. Oyster mushroom is grown in substrate that comprises...

Building Flood Resilience through Farmers’ Field School

Farmers’ Field School (FFS) is a participatory and interactive group learning process based on ‘learning by doing’ approach of extension education. It combines theoretical approaches and practical skills and experiences to enable farmers learn, understand and use best pract...

Safe Grain Storage in Flood Prone Area

This technical brief describes methods and techniques that can be used to improve existing grain storage structures as well as to construct low cost water impermeable grain storage in flood prone areas. Existing grain storage structures used by the communities are often tradition...