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Nutrition for underprivileged children- Reach Shillong Ministries Programme

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A programme focusing on food and nurtrition for children was held at the Reach Shillong Ministries (RSM)- An all out of School Programme Mawarliang, Laitkor, on the 27th July 2018. The aim of NESFAS’ involvement is to enhance the nutrition … Continue reading

“Finding our Grassroots”: Storytelling workshop

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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

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Tea-time stories: Finding our Grassroots. JOIN US!

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  ARE YOU A STORYTELLER? Join us for an evening session called “Tea-time Stories: Finding Our Grassroots” on the 13th and 14th July 2018, organized by NESFAS. Open to visual/graphic artists, storytellers, filmmakers, photographers, bloggers, content writers, and, communication enthusiasts. … Continue reading

Community-based forest management: Thematic Session organized by Procasur

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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

A Journey of Millet from Farm to Plate

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‘Krai’ (In local Khasi language) or Millets are heritage food of the indigenous people and over the years, NESFAS has been trying to revive its production. According to the inhabitants of Nongtraw, East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya, millet used to be … Continue reading

It starts at home, the community, the school, and with school garden .

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Workshop: Collective Action to revive indigenous food systems through School Garden. Over the course of interaction with the communities, a concern was raised for having a safe space where people can come together and start discussing about their concerns and … Continue reading