|First (SDC)||1999 – 2002||Develop, identify and validate maize technologies in the hills (on-station research).||NARC|
|Second (SDC)||2003 – 2007||Applied and adaptive research, Gender Equity and Social Inclusion (GESI), Participatory Variety Selection (PVS), Community Based Seed Production (CBSP), and Small Grant Projects (SGPs).||NARC, DoA|
|Third (SDC)||2008 – 2010||Varieties and technologies dissemination targeting poor and dis-advantaged farmers in the hills (Food Availability <6 months and income 1 US$/day) of Nepal.||NARC, DoA, NGOs|
|Fourth (SDC, USAID)||2010 – 2014||Varieties and technologies demonstration and commercialization of CBSP groups through value chain approach.||NARC, DoA, NGOs, private sector|
Overall, the project has placed emphasis in the validation and dissemination of improved maize technologies, varietal development, participatory approaches for technology adoption, and strengthened partnership with local stakeholders.
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