Ki nongrep ha Meghalaya kin myntoi ne em naki ain nongrep 2020?

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Kawei na ki jingkular jong ka sorkar NDA kadei ban pynkiew ar shah ïa ka kamai jong ki nongrep kat da poi u snem 2022. Sah sa tang ar snem ban poi u snem 2022 bad i kumba kane ka jingkular kan ym urlong lymda ka sorkar kam trei borbah mynta. Continue reading

How does your home garden grow?

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The focus on nutritional food and accessibility amid the Covid-19 pandemic has prompted
people in the North-East to tend to their little patches of green Continue reading

A hopeful indigenous Christmas message from NESFAS chairman

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A hopeful indigenous Christmas message from NESFAS chairman

COVID-19 came and kept us inside even more, and here in Italy, we were the ones in the whole of Europe that saw the worst of COVID. In northern Italy, the last time they saw such an incident was 400 years ago. And suddenly, particularly the rich countries in Europe, were confronted with an issue- do we now pay attention to our health or do we pay attention to our livelihoods.
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Mukhap community wins indigenous cooking competition

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The Society For Urban and Rural Empowerment (SURE) in collaboration with NESFAS organised an indigenous cooking competition (Grand Finale) on December 17 at their head office in Jowai where four communities battled it out for the title. All government SOPs and safety measures were adhered throughout the day and events.
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Research team represents NESFAS at 2-week global Climate Change webinar

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The NESFAS team attended a climate change webinar from November 18 to December 1, 2020 hosted by the Centre for Science and Environment, Delhi. Senior Associate (Research) Bhogtoram Mawroh and Research Assistant Stefan Lyngdoh whp attended the two-week bworkshop — An Introduction to Climate Change: Science, Politics and Impacts Continue reading

Bamboo School: Uplifting the livelihoods of local traditional artisans in Darichikgre

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The surge in cultivating bamboo for architectural and handicraft purposes is evident in various parts of northeast India; particularly in the quaint village of Darichikgre Continue reading