USAID's Investments for Economic Development in Nepal - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Economic Development spending

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In Nepal, USAID is improving the income-generating potential of the poorest of the poor, expanding young people’s access to jobs, increasing farmers’ incomes and food security, helping the Government of Nepal address macroeconomic and agricultural sector policies, and improving Nepal’s business environment for private sector-led growth.

USAID'S ECONOMIC GROWTH PROGRAM IN NEPAL AIMS TO:

  • Build a strong macroeconomic foundation;
  • Improve linkages to domestic and international markets;
  • Build necessary economic infrastructure;
  • Increase agricultural productivity and growth;
  • Promote private sector competitiveness; and
  • Promote economic opportunity.
Ruby Chaudhary of Lamahi, Dang, tends to her seedlings, which she sells to other farmers. She is one of more than 190 Local Serv

Ruby Chaudhary of Lamahi, Dang, tends to her seedlings, which she sells to other farmers. She is one of more than 190 Local Service Providers trained by USAID’s Education for Income Generation program that supported more than 50,000 farmers, providing valuable inputs such as seeds, seedling, and other agriculture solutions.

Kashish Das Shrestha/USAID

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