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Dimitra signs agreements with Nepalese companies NMC, JBS and NKC to provide technological solutions to farmers

BELIZE CITY, BELIZE, January 5, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – Dimitra Incorporated is excited to lead the delivery of digital technologies and regenerative agriculture methods in crops and livestock with three distinguished organizations within Nepalese agriculture: NMC (Nepal Multipurpose Cooperative Society Ltd.), the JBS (Jiwan Bikash Samaj) and Nepal Krishi Care (NKC) Pvt Ltd. These Nepalese organizations consist of hundreds of thousands of farming households to which Dimitra will provide new and innovative technological solutions for Nepal’s agricultural sectors. The aim is to ensure efficient delivery to the market and improve the profitability of the following Nepalese crops; dairy products, cereals, fish, fruits, vegetables, seed production; from farmers to end consumers with a sustainable livelihoods development framework in Nepal.

The Nepal Multipurpose Cooperative Society Ltd. aims to serve its members and continually improve the health of its members, member education and improvement of the environmental footprint. The NMC plans to raise the living and economic standards of its members by giving them more agricultural knowledge through technology to help self-reliance, mutual support, sense of frugality and encourage the good habit of saving.

“We are doing our best to figure out how to do better for small farmers. I’m happy with this participation program, I don’t know how we can improve ourselves, and I think I can learn from all of you where we can knowingly improve, thank you. – Mr. Ram Chandra Uprety, President, NMC, Municipality of Mechinagar, Jhapa, Nepal.

Jeevan Bikas Samaj (JBS) is a national level NGO in Nepal established to improve the socio-economic and cultural conditions of marginalized people. JBS’s mission is to improve the quality of life of the poor by increasing their access to resources. JBS provides solutions for Nepal’s supply chain and Nepalese agricultural sectors.

“I think it’s a great opportunity for us. This is the first step and I hope all of these things give us a lot of knowledge, information and technology, I think, especially in GIS systems and software systems. I think we can bring greater benefit to the local community, especially the farmers. Thank you. – Mr. Yogendra Mandal, Executive Director, JBS, Morang, Nepal.

Nepal Krishi Care (NKC) Pvt Ltd provides solutions to supply chain problem in grain agriculture sectors in Nepal. NKC is a social enterprise that supports innovative technologies and practices, including the Internet of Things. NKC provides advisory services at different stages of the agricultural value chain.

“We feel privileged to be associated with this kind of function and to have this agreement with the world famous Dimitra, thank you to the Dimitra team.
We really hope that we can use Dimitra’s long experience and vast experience in the agricultural sector in Nepal in general, and for Nepal Krishi Care in particular. “-Dr. Ramchandra Khanal, Director, NKC, Belbari, Nepal.

Dimitra Incorporated is a global technology company that provides an ecosystem of agricultural technology products to advance the performance of smallholder agriculture through mobile technology, IoT sensors, artificial intelligence, blockchain, satellite imagery and drones.

“Our partnerships with NMC, NKC and JBS will bring great added value to Nepalese agriculture. We will learn a lot from each other, Dimitra bringing the technology and knowledge to digitization projects in other countries. I am sure we will learn a lot about Nepalese markets, Nepal Agriculture methods and past successes. Every country we go to, we learn a lot about that country and we learn more about ourselves. – Jon Trask, CEO and Founder, Dimitra Incorporated

Dimitra engages with these leading Nepalese organizations and will help improve the productivity and double the income of Nepalese farmers by adopting digital technologies and regenerative farming methods in crop and livestock management. Dimitra will use a combination of technologies such as Blockchain and IoT sensors, to provide an advanced supply chain management platform to maximize and automate sales and marketing processes and digitize their business chain. ‘supply. Dimitra will provide technology, training, applications and share knowledge with farmers, which will strengthen Nepalese institutions and improve farmers’ productivity and profitability. My farm, crop, livestock, sensor management, satellites and weather modules will be used to raise awareness and lead to more sustainable farming practices in Nepal. Dimitra will work in conjunction with JBS, NKC and NMC to create an implementation plan and monitor results during engagement with specific goals of interest to all partners. Dimitra looks forward to all the great opportunities this deal will bring.

“I am very happy to be part of this agreement ceremony between these three organizations which connect 400,000 farmers in the province and Dimitra. It’s a big day actually. I would like to congratulate you all and hope that one goal, to double the income of farmers in this region will be definitely increased with the use of this technology and that the government of Nepal will always be with you. Another thing I would like to share with you is how this technology can be transferred to other provinces and the demand for the technology should be created among farmers in the other province. We are in a digital world and we link with this program in the digital world and we have always struggled with new technologies. Obviously, Province One is the first to embrace new technology and take leaps and bounds to use it and with the little one. Now we have three organizations that are really working with farmers for their wealth and everything. I hope that the objective of this agreement will be achieved and that the government of Nepal will certainly like to join Dimitra and in the future within the framework of our rules and regulations. This is really great and I hope that with our hard work it will continue all over the country and certainly increase the number of farmers in Nepal and Jon will always support Nepal by connecting farmers to the digital world. I want to congratulate you once again, thank you. – Ms. Niru Dahal Pandey, Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development, Kathmandu, Nepal.

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