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AbstractThis paper assesses the lack of food security and the high level of poverty within Nepal. It will look at what factors influence these poor living conditions through research and data analysis. Data will illustrate the levels of improper nutrition and poverty compared to food production and supply throughout Nepal. Additionally, data will present information on Nepal’s main commodities. With this information, solutions focusing on the issue of food security and poverty will be constructed. Furthermore, crops with the potential to provide economic and nutritional benefits to Nepal’s communities will be identified and assessed. Ultimately, this paper looks for potential strategies for improving the poor conditions within the rural communities of Nepal.
DescriptionSustainable Built Environments Senior Capstone Project