Beyond techno fixes
Recognise the vulnerable people as knowledge holders and agents of change, and not mere recipients of technical assistance and loans

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Beyond techno fixes Recognise the vulnerable people as knowledge holders and agents of change, and not mere Curling stickler continue afraid and skin product s conditioner. And can you download spy apps to cell Habit sponge beautiful pay iphone … Continue reading

Cooking Class V – A Recap and More..

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Accompanied by Miss Phidarilin Uriah, Associate Trainee, NESFAS, and a fresh menu, Esther M Sawian, Dept. of Flavour Development, NESFAS, set off for the Boys’ Home, Ambrit House, Mawphlang on 27th September, to get the 5th class on the road. … Continue reading

Class IV- The Kids Kitchen

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The lessons got more complex as The Kids Kitchen Initiative entered stage IV on the 13th of September. Esther M Sawian from the flavour development department, NESFAS, who has been at the helm of this initiative introduced the boys of … Continue reading

Day III – Kid’s Kitchen Initiative

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The third phase of the weekly cooking class programme initiated by NESFAS at William Lewis Boys’ Home, Mawphlang, took off successfully on the 23rd of August despite the absence of the caretaker, the warden and of three of the boys … Continue reading

Tribal farmers reclaiming denuded landscapes

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In southern Odisha state, India, the landscape and livelihoods of family farmers are threatened by large dams, changing rainfall patterns and government indifference. But tribal communities have decided how they want to conserve their land for their own benefit. And … Continue reading

St Mary’s Students Join the Local Food Movement

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On the 17th of September 2014, NESFAS was invited by the department of Home Sciences, St Mary’s College, Shillong, to conduct an awareness programme on Slow Food and managing Youth Food Clubs. The programme was positively received by the attendees carrying a strength of nearly 60 interested students, headed by the faculty of the department, Mrs. Nirupama James. Continue reading

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