When indigenous peoples begin to eat foods that are neither local or sustainable, there is reason for concern…
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North East Slow Food and Agrobiodiversity Society is seeking a suitable candidate for the vacant post of ‘Driver-cum-Peon’. Eligibility: Graduate in any discipline Procedure: Interested candidates can drop in their CV (with reference) on or before the 28th of July 2018 during office hours. Date of interview: … Continue reading
On the way to the world famous Sohra lay the village of Sohrarim, which as claimed by its residents, was the original location of the now famed tourist destination. The village has one of the oldest Churches in the region … Continue reading
NESFAS organized an in-house commemoration to honour the legacy of U Syiem Tirot Sing. It has been 183 years since the passing of this great chieftain who was the first to not only defend the land and his people against … Continue reading
Young story tellers come together to create storyboards for indigenous messages at a storytelling workshop at NESFAS. What started as a sharing of work over cups of teas on the 13th and 14th July under the title “Tea Time … Continue reading
NESFAS activates its “No one shall be left behind” project supported by REC Foundation (Rural Electrical Corporation Ltd), with a 3-Day Partnership Workshop with its partners NEN Nagaland, SSC Shillong and SURE Jaintia Hills, on 11/07/18. Over a three-year period, … Continue reading