When indigenous peoples begin to eat foods that are neither local or sustainable, there is reason for concern…
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The only known village for Khneng embroidery, Mustoh village, is located near the Bangladesh border in Shella Bholaganj Block of East Khasi Hills district in Meghalaya, India. It is situated 80km away from the State’s capital, Shillong. “The art of … Continue reading
The Indigenous Food Fest was organized by the Social Service Centre, Shillong Archdiocese, on 15th June 2018 at Savio Hall, Laitumkhrah Shillong, and NESFAS was invited to mentor the centre as well as participate. The festival mainly featured a Farmers’ … Continue reading
This year, for World Environment Day, NESFAS’ partner communities organized different activities to celebrate this auspicious event. The focus of most of the activities led by the communities is to “Beat Plastic Pollution” in order to “Save Our Soils”. NESFAS … Continue reading
A Thematic Panel “Innovations on community Forest Governance and Conservation” was organized by Procasur, in collaboration with NERCoRMP, Meghalaya, on the 28th May 2081 at NEHU. Dr. Carl O Rangad, Vice Chairman (Operations), NESFAS and Ms. Merrysha Nongrum, Associate, NESFAS, … Continue reading
NESFAS signed on 30th April 2018 a Memorandum of Agreement with the Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) to receive a Rs. 9.41 Crores grant from REC’s CSR fund to support a three-year project called “No One Shall Be Left Behind”. The … Continue reading