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Logout Cancel. Nepal imports essential commodities, such as fuel, construction materials, fertilizers, metals, and most consumer goods, and exports such products as rice, jute , timber, and textiles.
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The political and administrative system of Nepal has not made those changes in trade, investment, and related economic policies that would expedite economic development and attract foreign capital. There are known deposits of coal lignite , iron ore, magnesite , copper, cobalt , pyrite used for making sulfuric acid , limestone, and mica. Yet agricultural productivity is very low.
The low yields result from shortages of fertilizers and improved seed and from the use of inefficient techniques. Potatoes, sugarcane , and millet are other major crops.
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Cattle, buffalo, goats, and sheep are the principal livestock raised. On the whole, Nepal has a small surplus in food grains. There are, however, major dislocations in supply and demand.
Periods of shortage between harvests of various crops occur in the mountain areas. At the same time, substantial amounts of food grain are moved to India from the Tarai. Because of the lack of adequate transportation, surplus food grain from the Tarai does not move north into the food deficit areas of the mid-mountain region. Some food grains move northward from the Tarai and the mountain areas into Tibet , however, despite a shortage in the mountain regions.
The greatest potential for increases in agricultural production is in the Tarai.
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In the mid-mountain region the potential for increasing production is limited. If left unaddressed, these can pose significant obstacles and prevent children from effectively learning. In addition, since Nepal lacks quality data on the number of children with disabilities and the types of disabilities, policymakers cannot make informed decisions to address the specific needs of this population.
Identifying children with functional impairments or disabilities as early as possible enables teachers and schools to adapt their teaching practices to better support those students and refer them for further medical treatment or other support services. However, school-based referral mechanisms for students with functional limitations or disabilities are weak or nonexistent.
Additionally, most teachers are not trained on disability-inclusive approaches for teaching fundamental skills such as reading, and this contributes to poor learning outcomes for students with functional impairments or disabilities. Skip to main content.