We are a team of qualified and experienced development professionals. We have worked on various agendas and projects for the benefit of the society.
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Livelihood security to all through development of bio-resource based interventions and agri-business models.
In 2001-2005 a project “Community Based Economic Development (CBED)” was implemented in two district of Nepal and two districts of Uttarakhand, India to develop a cooperative based poverty alleviation and income enhancement model of poor households in the hill area. During this project, we have developed a cooperative based economic development model. To spread the outcomings and success of the project, Center for Business and Entrepreneurial Development (CBED) was registered as a society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 on December 28, 2005. Over the last 15 years, CBED is advocating the issues of economic development, health and nutrition through various interventions and projects. Since its inception, CBED has advocated and thrived a cooperative movement in Uttarakhand by liasioning with the State Government and established more than 100 cooperatives and federations in Rudraprayag, Champawat, Uttarkashi, Pithoragarh and Tehri district of Uttarakhand, India.
CBED has gained expertise in community institutionalization, collective rural farming and marketing, economic, health and enterprise literacy and education, farm productivity enhancement and technology dissemination in rural Uttarakhand. Gender is a cross-cutting component of every intervention by CBED in economic development of rural areas.
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