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Research status of MAPs in Nepal
Learn medicinal and aromatic plants with Braimy- B.Sc Agriculture
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  • Lack of quality standards and certification for Nepali MAPs products, which limits their access to high-value markets and reduces their competitiveness.
  • Limited availability of planting materials and cultivation techniques for high-demand MAPs species, which leads to overexploitation of wild resources and degradation of natural habitats.
  • Weak coordination and collaboration among different stakeholders along the MAPs value chain, such as collectors, traders, processors, exporters, government agencies, research institutions, and civil society organizations.
  • Insufficient policy support and incentives for MAPs sector development, such as tax exemptions, subsidies, credit facilities, insurance schemes, and market information systems.
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