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Mountain Agriculture Development

Livelihood of majority of the mountain people in the world especially Hindukush Himalayan region countries (Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, India, china, Afghanistan) revolve around agriculture. Agriculture is a main source of economy for their livelihood. The problem of shrinking agricultural land is getting compounded in new human settlements, urbanization industrialization and other infrastructure development. Management of marginal land is getting increasing priority with the increasing population pressure, poverty, soil erosion, and degradation and loss of natural resource in the hill and mountains for economy growth and environmental protection.

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