Success Women Entrepreneurs
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32 years age of Manamati Bohara is one of the farmers from polekhani, Rithachaupata-3, Darchula with her four family members facing great difficulty in maintaining their livelihood through her husband wage. Mrs. Manamati Bohara passed under S.L.C. 2 years ago, her husband Man Singh Bohara wages in village area but he is busy in vegetable production in present time. She had no any knowledge about modern tools and techniques of vegetable cultivation.
Mrs. Manamati Bohara is a member on formed 2073.8.24 of Gyanajyoti Krisak Samuha in Promoting Agriculture, Health and Alternative Livelihood (PAHAL) program through Community Rural Development Society (CRDS-Nepal). She participated in kitchen garden training, offseason vegetable production, cooperative education training, linking informal group to formal financial institution training, 26 days financial literacy training and demonstration of plastic house in her field. Poor but hard-working Manamati Bohara first got an opportunity to participate in training related to Kitchen garden, offseason vegetable on plastic house through which she got motivated to some extent. Nowadays, she is producing cucumber, tomato, chilly, other items in own plastic house (tunnel) & other 1.5 Ropani field. She had participated in a training related to 26+1 days financial literacy training and also learned to transform informal group into formal organization (co-operative). She became one of the share members of Kusmawati Co-operative Limited, Rithachaupata. She starts up Rs. 100 regular saving in the co-operative from income to vegetable & goat framing. PAHAL program also identified her as a model farmer and provided support of some agricultural tools like plastic house, drip irrigation drum for production of off-seasonal vegetables. She has successfully to incomes minimum 4000/- per months from vegetable production and goat farming,
Mrs. Manamati Bohara says, ‟I believe that I will further enhance my vegetable production and expand my marketing area up to Lekam region even though my skills and experience are growing.”