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Article by: The Shillong Times By Willie Gordon Suting There has not been much research on textiles of Ri Bhoi district. Anna Louise Meynell sought to dig deep into this subject with the desire to promote and spread awareness. Her … Continue reading

Traditional textile exhibition by Anna Louise Meynell

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The exhibition “TEXTILE TRADITIONS OF RI-BHOI DISTRICT- An exhibition of traditional hand-woven textiles” was organized and conducted by Anna Louise Meynell, from the 24th to 26th January, 2018 at Savio Hall, Laitumkhrah. Anna Louise Meynell has been engaged with NESFAS … Continue reading

NESFAS at 2nd ‘Organics and Millets 2018 International Trade Fair’, Bangalore

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Pius Ranee, Senior Associate, Agroecology, represented NESFAS at the 2nd “Organics and Millets” International Trade Fair 2018 organized by the Government of Karnataka, which was held from the 19th to 21st January 2018 at Bangalore Palace. This is the second … Continue reading

Our sincere condolences to the family of Sara Manetto on the passing away of her mother, Ms. Liliana Fiorentino.

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Our work has consistently established the Mother as the crucible of nutrition – physical, mental and spiritual, all essentials of a child and the family’s well being. The Indigenous  Partnership (TIP), NESFAS and their partners share sincere condolences and support … 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

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