Survey on resilient agricultural value chains in Nepal: mango, ginger and dairy (cow)
This survey has been developed by the International Centre for Environmental Management (ICEM), as part of an FAO-funded assessment of agricultural value chains in Cambodia and Nepal. More information about this project is available at: https://icem.com.au/portfolio-items/technical-assessments-on-value-driven-agricultural-resilience-to-climate-change/.

Through the survey, we aim to improve our understanding of selected value chains, challenges and potential solutions to improve agricultural resilience. The survey is targeted at different types of actors (businesses and people) involved in selected value chains. For the Koshi River Basin in Nepal, these are:
1. Mango grown in Saptari district
2. Ginger grown in Sindhuli district
3. Dairy (cow) in Dolakha district

The survey will take approximately 15-20 minutes. We thank you for your time. For any further questions, contact us at: marlies.vandermeiren@icem.com.au.

We like to start this survey by asking for your email address (in case we need to check an answer with you):
Email address *
Please tell us your name (in case we need to check an answer with you). It will be kept confidential.
What is your gender?
Clear selection
Where do you work?
Clear selection
What is the full name of your organisation (in English)?
Which of these agricultural value chains do you know most about? (please select one only) *
If you're involved in more than one value chain, and you want to fill in the survey for more than one of the value chains, please fill in ONE survey PER value chain (at a time). Repeat the survey for another value chain, if you wish.
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