NESFAS staff attends ALC workshop in Karnataka

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Pius Ranee, a senior associate at NESFAS, attended a five-day workshop — Agroecology Fund Global Learning Exchange — that was organized by the Agroecology Fund (AEF), a multi-donor fund supporting agroecological practices and policies. The workshop was held from February 3-7, 2020 … Continue reading

Burom ïa ka Jingstad Tynrai ki Nongrep

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Bhogtoram Mawroh bad Pius Ranee Ka jinglamphang ïa ka Green Revolution (kumba ngi tip mynta kum ka GR) ha ka Ri India ha u snem 1960 ka dei kawei na ki jinglap bakhraw ha ka Ri India. Wat la ki … Continue reading

AGROECOLOGY LEARNING CENTRE: RESPECTING INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE

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By Bhogtoram Mawroh and Pius Ranee The introduction of the Green Revolution (GR) in India during the 1960s was a momentous occasion in the history of the country. Facing the dual challenges of increasing population amid food shortages, the country … Continue reading

Business Opportunity: App Development Services

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Proposals are invited from reputed Firms for providing App Development services for NESFAS. Interested Firms/Institutions may download the ToR below. For more information, please contact: Dr. Melari Nongrum (PhD), Executive Director, NESFAS, Tel: +91 8413031745; Email: melari.nesfas@gmail.com Last Date for sending … Continue reading

NESFAS focuses on Food Sovereignty at Tri Village Winter Fest in Ri-Bhoi

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NESFAS on January 31, 2020 conducted an awareness programme to promote indigenous food system for the youth at Liarsluid community during the Tri Village Winter Festival. The event was organised by three Ri Bhoi communities — Liarsluid, Khweng and Madanrtiang. … Continue reading

Several rice seeds displayed at Mukhap Rice Festival held by SURE

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The Society for Urban and Rural Empowerment (SURE), in collaboration with NESFAS, held a Rice Festival at Madan Mukhap, West Jaintia Hills on January 25, 2020 wherein the community members there displayed several varieties of traditional seeds, which are still … Continue reading