Discussion created on 12/03/2016

Using aquaculture to empower women in Nepal

Hey there,

I'm a soon to be graduate from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. After my graduation, I am planning on going to Nepal to help out on an aquaculture initiative started to help improve food security and women's well-being. By goals will be to quantify the social impacts of the project and see if there is room to improve the farming process..

I was wondering if anyone out there has ever done this sort of thing and could offer any advice of how I can best prepare.

Thanks so much!

Sam


You can see the detailed project here: https://experiment.com/projects/what-are-the-socioeconomic-impacts-of-aquaculture-based-community-development-for-nepalese-women

( I am responsible for paying for my airfare and such which is why experiment.com is being used)

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