Can Meghalaya feed itself ?

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Can Meghalaya feed itself

Supply chains have been restored and the possibility of an extended lockdown is very minimal. The threat of a covid-19 type pandemic (considering the continued intrusion into non-human ecosystem) however still looms large. During the early phases of COVID-19 lockdown, … Continue reading

Agrobiodiversity Walk helps youths learn about nature’s richness

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On August 4, 2020, Society of Urban and Rural Empowerment (SURE) in collaboration with North East Slow Food and Agro biodiversity Society (NESFAS) organised a Biodiversity Walks at Mulum village under Laskein Block, West Jaintia Hills. Continue reading

Business Opportunity: Content and Design of Report/Data

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Tenders from Agencies/Firms called for content selection, writing, designing, editing, proofing of the web based (monthly newsletter, annual report and six monthly progress report) of NESFAS. Interested Agencies/Firms can download the detailed NOTICE below.   DOWNLOAD–> Notice inviting tender from media … Continue reading

Surviving COVID-19: A reflection by NESFAS Advisor

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A COVID-19 Survival Story

The NESFAS team was relieved when their go-to pool of wisdom and Advisor and facilitator of learning, strategic thinking and change, Mr. Rathindra Nath Roy, after testing positive came out of a 17-day quarantine and was declared COVID-19 negative. As … Continue reading

We Are Hiring! Content Writer-Intern

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Nesfas is hiring

The intern will help provide support for activities relating to communications. He/She will help generate content (articles, write-ups, features, etc) for the NESFAS website. He/She will also help edit additional content of the website.

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COVID-19 Safety Protocols Training: A SIRD & NESFAS Collaboration

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A few months ago, the world was hit by a global pandemic, taking everyone by storm and severely impacting various regions. Meghalaya has seen an ascent in COVID-19 positive cases, almost at a rapid pace in its the capital city of … Continue reading