Center for Environmental and Sustainable Agricultural Research
We are driven by common purpose-Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Transformative Insights
The Center for Environmental and Sustainable Agricultural Research, or CESAR, is a newly established NGO based in Nepal. Our organization is committed to conducting interdisciplinary research and innovation, consulting and technical assistance, partnership and collaboration, and education and outreach in the thematic areas of agriculture and environment, climate and ecosystem services, water and energy, gender and social inclusion, and eco-civilization.
Our team consists of highly skilled and diverse individuals from various backgrounds who share a common goal of making a positive impact on the environment and sustainable agriculture in Nepal. With a strong emphasis on collaboration and community engagement, we strive to generate innovative solutions to complex environmental challenges and promote sustainable practices for the betterment of our planet and future generations.
At CESAR, we believe that by working together, we can make a meaningful and lasting impact on our world.
Remote Sensing & GIS
We are dedicated to exploring and advancing the use of remote sensing and GIS technologies for sustainable agricultural management. By leveraging these tools, we aim to provide farmers and land managers with the data and insights they need to make informed decisions that enhance productivity, promote sustainability, and protect the environment.
Robotics and Sensors
We are exploring the potential of robotics and sensors to improve agricultural productivity and sustainability. Our R&D are tailored to the needs of smallholder farmers. We believe that these technologies have the potential to revolutionize the way agriculture is practiced, and we are committed to ensuring that their benefits are accessible to all.
Best practices are developed and shared among stakeholders to promote sustainable agriculture, ecosystem management, and natural resource conservation. These practices are based on a multidisciplinary approach that involves research and innovation, as well as collaboration with farmers, communities, and other stakeholders.