Tent Farming Practice Suppoting Family Farming. This photo was taken from Meudihawa, Bhairahawa where only husband and wife lives together in a tent made up of bamboo. Date of photo taken was 11/4/2011 by myself. They don't know about their parents where they used to live and they don't have children too. They are landless people so they used to grow vegetables and cash crop like pumpkin and sugarcane as in picture near by their tent for daily consumption. Photographer : Bidur Paneru

Tent Farming Practice Suppoting Family Farming. This photo was taken from Meudihawa, Bhairahawa where only husband and wife lives together in a tent made up of bamboo. Date of photo taken was 11/4/2011 by myself. They don't know about their parents where they used to live and they don't have children too. They are landless people so they used to grow vegetables and cash crop like pumpkin and sugarcane as in picture near by their tent for daily consumption. Photographer : Bidur Paneru

Terraced Organic farming at an altitude of 900m. This picture was taken on the way to shivjatta, Sunsari District. The captured picture is located in the border of Sunsari and Dhankuta District and the place is 3 hours walk from Dharan where only motorbikes can reach till half way. The farmers are unknown about the pesticides and use the natural made pesticides, the compost manure is made in the home by cow dung. The harvested product is sold to Dharan. Photographer : Abhishek Khadka

Terraced Organic farming at an altitude of 900m. This picture was taken on the way to shivjatta, Sunsari District. The captured picture is located in the border of Sunsari and Dhankuta District and the place is 3 hours walk from Dharan where only motorbikes can reach till half way. The farmers are unknown about the pesticides and use the natural made pesticides, the compost manure is made in the home by cow dung. The harvested product is sold to Dharan. Photographer : Abhishek Khadka

Rice-Harvesting. Family members buzy on harvesting rice in Kirtipur, Rice is a major staple food of Nepal. Photographer : Narayan Maharjan

Rice-Harvesting. Family members buzy on harvesting rice in Kirtipur, Rice is a major staple food of Nepal. Photographer : Narayan Maharjan

Family, Farming, Female. Future? This snap is of a family from Rampur, whose son is in Malaysia. Family owns about a bighha of land where Father is working with his daughter in law,daughters, wife & few nice neighbours. When i asked him how much he earns? he says,"khana pugchha babu"? Photographer : Prashant Bhandari

Family, Farming, Female. Future? This snap is of a family from Rampur, whose son is in Malaysia. Family owns about a bighha of land where Father is working with his daughter in law,daughters, wife & few nice neighbours. When i asked him how much he earns? he says,"khana pugchha babu"? Photographer : Prashant Bhandari

A story of female-headed household. Leading a family of two children without out male head has been a daring job for Deviyani Yadav. She has been facing several problem of having her husband away from home.This is not only the story of Deviyani, such female-headed household are increasing all over Nepal due to which it has created labor scarcity for farming which has been ultimately affecting the family structure and capacity for production. Photographer : Binu Rana

A story of female-headed household. Leading a family of two children without out male head has been a daring job for Deviyani Yadav. She has been facing several problem of having her husband away from home.This is not only the story of Deviyani, such female-headed household are increasing all over Nepal due to which it has created labor scarcity for farming which has been ultimately affecting the family structure and capacity for production. Photographer : Binu Rana

The Children and Nepalese Farming; A Reality. We all know family farming is an asset for poor households to maintain food security. But the photo explains story of two girls and a little boy who are rushing to send foods for parents and their friends who were busy in rice cultivation and the kids have ignored going to school the day because if they don't send food, they won't be allowed to go to school.  Photographer : Niraj Prasad Koirala

The Children and Nepalese Farming; A Reality. We all know family farming is an asset for poor households to maintain food security. But the photo explains story of two girls and a little boy who are rushing to send foods for parents and their friends who were busy in rice cultivation and the kids have ignored going to school the day because if they don't send food, they won't be allowed to go to school. Photographer : Niraj Prasad Koirala

Jhum Cultivation in NE India. Jhum (shift) cultivation is very common farming system in Nagaland, India since the farmers do not use the fertilizers (organic) so they keep moving up to the virgin fields every after 1-2 years for better productivity. Photographer : SHAHID ALI

Jhum Cultivation in NE India. Jhum (shift) cultivation is very common farming system in Nagaland, India since the farmers do not use the fertilizers (organic) so they keep moving up to the virgin fields every after 1-2 years for better productivity. Photographer : SHAHID ALI

Roof top farming is the alternative where cultivable land is scarce. Roof top farming is now being considered as kitchen gardening by the cities people. Like the kitchen gardening roof top gardening also provides a fresh vegetable for the daily consumption. This picture was taken at the Koteshwor, Kathmandu. The picture was taken early in the morning. The boundary wall of the roof is constructed as a long running cannel where plants can be grown. Photographer : Bishwoyog Bhattarai

Roof top farming is the alternative where cultivable land is scarce. Roof top farming is now being considered as kitchen gardening by the cities people. Like the kitchen gardening roof top gardening also provides a fresh vegetable for the daily consumption. This picture was taken at the Koteshwor, Kathmandu. The picture was taken early in the morning. The boundary wall of the roof is constructed as a long running cannel where plants can be grown. Photographer : Bishwoyog Bhattarai

Family Farming : Strong pillar for woman empowerment, children education and good nutrition. This photo describes a woman named Rita Kumari Rai, 32, from SIM VDC of Southern Kathmandu, for whom the family farming proves to be strong economic support for her daily livelihood and her daughter's education. Before family farming, she used to work as labor in building houses. Photographer : Samjhana Khanal

Family Farming : Strong pillar for woman empowerment, children education and good nutrition. This photo describes a woman named Rita Kumari Rai, 32, from SIM VDC of Southern Kathmandu, for whom the family farming proves to be strong economic support for her daily livelihood and her daughter's education. Before family farming, she used to work as labor in building houses. Photographer : Samjhana Khanal

family farming for yesterday, today and forever. Family farming owns a farm and include all the family based agro industry i.e. agriculture,fishery,livestock etc. This photo was taken in hilly region of Nepal in sankhuwasabha district.The women in her own farm established coffee nursery and she was working with her small children with the hope to strengthen the family's economy. Photographer : januka dahal

family farming for yesterday, today and forever. Family farming owns a farm and include all the family based agro industry i.e. agriculture,fishery,livestock etc. This photo was taken in hilly region of Nepal in sankhuwasabha district.The women in her own farm established coffee nursery and she was working with her small children with the hope to strengthen the family's economy. Photographer : januka dahal

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